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We hope you're hungry, because we've been cooking up our picks for some brand new cooking shows!

'Baketopia' On HBO Max 🎂

Brand new to HBO Max is the baking show, Baketopia, hosted by baker and YouTube sensation Rosanna Pansino.

"I really wanted to challenge bakers to do something that I've never really seen before. I'm challenging them to make trendy desserts.... the desserts that you're seeing all over the interwebs, all online. Those are the ones that I'm challenging bakers to make," Pansino said.

Pansino is also giving fans a breakdown on how the new series will look. In each of the show's 12 episodes, one winner among the three bakers takes home $10,000!

"If you can do something that I've never seen before... create a dessert I've never seen or use a technique I've never seen, that's what gets you bonus points here."

You can watch Baketopia now on HBO Max.

'Top Chef' On Bravo 🔪

Top Chef gets candid this season and covers the trials and tribulations that chefs... and the entire world... faced this past year.

The 18th season will take place in Portland, Oregon, and showcases how the chefs have endured the pandemic and the #BlackLivesMatter movement, all while serving up their best dishes.

The show premieres Thursday, April 1st, on Bravo.

'Cocktails and Tall Tales' On Discovery+ 🍹

Here's a collaboration you never knew you needed!

Melissa McCarthy is joining forces with food and hospitality icon, Ina Garten, otherwise known as the Barefoot Contessa.

These two are hosting a special called Cocktails and Tall Tales, streaming now on Discovery+.

'Luda Can't Cook' On Discovery+ 🍳

For another twist, iconic rapper Ludacris is trying his hand at cooking on his new show Luda Can't Cook, streaming now on Discovery+.

'Mary McCartney Serves It Up!' On Discovery+ 🥖

Paul McCartney's daughter, Mary McCartney, is also shaking it up on her new series with Discovery+, Mary McCartney Serves It Up!

The London-based vegetarian writer is coaching viewers through quick and easy recipes from her kitchen to yours.

Stream it now on Hulu and Discovery+!

Jaymee Sire Chats Food Network Podcast 'Food Network Obsessed' 🎙

One food expert who chats with all of the popular Food Network talent is Jaymee Sire!

As host of the popular podcast, Food Network Obsessed, the Food Network superfan opened up as to why TV audiences are obsessed with food shows!

"We're all obsessed with Food Network. We're obsessed with cooking shows. We're obsessed with the competition and the reality portion of it. It's super fun for me, because I'm in that world. I'm also a fan! I get to ask all the things that fans would want to know," Sire said.

The star also opened up as to how the hit podcast came together!

"We talked about it in November. We started recording episodes in December and then we officially launched January 1st. We just got renewed for an extended second season, so we're all super excited that it's continuing on."

Food Network Obsessed is available now on all podcast platforms.


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