Anthony Bourdain, Bobbly Flay Return To Netflix: How To Livestream The Top 6 Great Food Shows In April
Mar 28, 2016 04:55 AM EDT | By Chandan Das
Netflix has just announced the list of TV programs and movies that it will stream during April. The April 1 release of the streaming giant includes a host of favorite food shows, including "Anthony Bourdain: Pars Unknown", "Giada at Home" and "Rev Run's Sunday Suppers." However, become you become overjoyed for the new releases, bear in mind that Netflix will remove the "Barefoot Contessa: Back to Basics" collection as well as the "Throwdown! With Bobby Flay" collection by the end of March, Pop Sugar reported.
Let us take a look at the favorite food shows that are coming to the streaming service next month.
"Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown," Season 5 (2015)
In this show, viewers will join the world-renowned chef, bestselling author and multiple Emmy-winning television personalities Anthony Bourdain, as he travels across the globe to discover lesser-known places and assorted cultures, Food Network claimed.
"Beat Bobby Flay," Season 1 (2013)
The competitors in "Beat Bobby Flay" Season 1 are chefs who fight it out to win the bragging rights among this culinary crew.
"Giada at Home," Season 7 (2014)
In this food show, fans will see some of their favorite dishes ranging from sweets to savory picks. They will possibly see the renowned chef preparing Giada's Pea Pesto Crostini, Three Simple Appetizers, and Creamy Tomato-Basil Dip
"The Great Food Truck Race," Seasons 1-2 (2010)
This show is hosted by Chef Tyler who mentors home cooks on "Worst Cooks in America," hosts "The Great Food Truck Race" and shares recipes on "Tyler's Ultimate." In "The Great Food Truck Race," seven real teams representing the country's best food trucks hit the road to cook their way across America. Each week, the teams that sell the most food race on to the next episode; the losing team drives home.
"Kids Baking Championship," Season 1 (2015)
This popular food show is hosted by judges and mentors Duff Goldman and Valerie Bertinelli who lead eight talented young bakers through challenges aimed at finding the most impressive as well as the most creative kid.
"Rev Run's Sunday Suppers" (2014)
The show is hosted by Rev Run, an exemplary father of 6 who finds his true joy in family, good friends, and great food. But with four of their 6 kiddos off on their own, Rev and Justine have a nearly empty nest and long for the days of a full table. However, they are determined to get the band back together for weekly Sunday dinners; they will use simple, heartfelt recipes to lure the kids (and some special guests) back to the table.
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