3/29/2013 02:37:00 PM

A Mini-Guide to April's Food TV Premieres

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There's a lot of new food TV getting set to debut in April including brand new series from Anthony Bourdain, season three of Chopped All-Stars and more. Check out what's in store below and set those DVRs accordingly.

Chopped All-Stars Season 3, The Food Network - April 7 - 9 PM ET/PT. The third season of Chopped All-Stars kicks off with a face-off between Cooking Channel stars Nadia G., Gabriele Corcos and Sunny Anderson Also expect showdowns between Chopped judges Scott Conant, Marc Murphy and more in upcoming episodes.

Parts Unknown, CNN - April 14 - 9 PM ET. Anthony Bourdain's long-awaited new CNN series is certainly a food TV highlight this month. The concept of the show has Bourdain doing his usual worldwide romping but this time, he'll be traversing previously hard to access countries like Myanmar, Peru, the Congo and more.

Cooking Channel's Masters - April 18 at 10 PM ET/7 PM PT Whoopi Goldberg and Ming Tsai are starring in this primetime special to discuss topics like politics, food quality issues and success. But of course there's some cooking involved here too - Ming puts his unique spin on three classic dishes: fried chicken, pot stickers and home-made potato chips.

Mystery Diners, Food Network - April 19 - 10 PM ET. A restaurant owner sends undercover agents to see whether or not his employees are doing their jobs.

Knife Fight, Esquire Network - April 23 - 9 PM ET/PT. Top Chef winner Ilan Hall is starring in this new food reality competition that features late night cook-offs between hot LA chefs at his restaurant The Gorbals.


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