10 Best Shows Like Next Level Chef

In Gordon Ramsay’s latest exciting reality series, Next Level Chef, foodies work hard and hope to win $250,000. Many different aspects of the food world are represented here, from people who run food trucks t0 people who cook at home and those who have big social media followings.

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Gordon Ramsay has brought his expertise and famous harsh and honest personality to many shows within this genre, and while fans will want to check this new one out, there are many other food reality shows that are a lot of fun to watch (and will make anyone hungry).

10 Restaurant: Impossible

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There are some memorable cooking TV shows, and sometimes it’s fun to watch a series that is about being passionate about getting in the kitchen, coming up with creative new dishes, and also running a

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Pregnant mum-of-11 shows off how she cooks dinner each night but trolls slam it as ‘prison food’

IT can be hard to come up with new and exciting recipes when you have kids, so imagine how tough it is to cook for 11 children.

Veronica Merritt, 36, from New York, who has over 100,000 TikTok followers, shared what dinnertime looks like in her household – and cruel trolls have slammed it as “prison food.”

Mum-of-11 Veronica Merritt showed what a typical meal looks like in her house

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Mum-of-11 Veronica Merritt showed what a typical meal looks like in her house
People were quick to slam the meal - including criticising the quality

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People were quick to slam the meal – including criticising the quality

Pregnant Veronica, who posts under @thismadmama, uploaded a video showing how she makes a pasta dish for her bumper brood.

She said: “For tonight’s dinner I decided to go with just a simple, meatless pasta with some sauce and some frozen veggies and some garlic bread.”

Veronica firstly cooked the pasta in boiling water, while adding 12 sticks of garlic bread to the oven.

After

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Worst Cooks in America: Food Network Series Returns in January; Renewed for Two More Seasons – canceled + renewed TV shows

Worst Cooks in America is not going anywhere anytime soon. Food Network has renewed the competition series for at least two more seasons. The show’s 23rd season launches on the cable channel in January.  Episodes will be released via the Discovery+ streaming service a week early.

Chef Cliff Crooks joins Anne Burrell for the new season and they work with 12 new cooks. Food Network revealed more about the return of the series in a press release.

“Anne Burrell, star of Food Network’s primetime franchise Worst Cooks in America, has signed an exclusive multi-year deal inclusive of at least two more cycles of the popular series she has headlined since it began, it was announced today by Courtney White, President, Food Network and Streaming Food Content, Discovery Inc.

The next Worst Cooks in America cycle is set to premiere early next year. In the upcoming season, Anne is joined

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Upcoming shows refresh food and travel genres with multicultural focus

Three new series coming to PBS bring new talent and multicultural storytelling to popular lifestyle formats — food and travel programming.

Two of the shows debut next summer: The Great American Recipe, a cooking competition that scours different regions of the U.S. in search of the best amateur recipe; and America Outdoors with Baratunde Thurston (w.t.), a travel show that ventures into unique ecological systems to explore how people access and experience the natural world.

The third series, planned for a winter 2023 debut, is American Historia, a travelogue hosted by actor John Leguizamo that will showcase “lost Latino heroes” who made outstanding contributions throughout history.

The Great American Recipe creators spent about two years cooking up the reality competition show, according to Zara Frankel, director of programming and development at PBS. Producers at Objective Media Group America developed the show with PBS, which funded production with support

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