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Foodie Tune-In Reminder: "Top Chef: Las Vegas" Premiere, "Top Chef Masters" Finale, New Episode of "F Word"

Tonight is more or less a perfect storm of food-oriented television programming for foodies.

Just a quick reminder to tune in to tonight's season kick-off of Bravo's brand-defining culinary competition series Top Chef: Las Vegas, which joins the schedule at an earlier-than-usual time of 9 pm ET/PT before relocating to its normal timeslot at 10 pm ET/PT next week. (In the meantime, you can read my advance review of the first episode here.)

Plus, the super-sized season premiere of Top Chef leads right into the final showdown on Top Chef Masters at 10:15 pm as finalists Hubert Keller, Michael Chiarello, and Rock Bayless square off in the kitchen to see just which one of them will walk away with title of Top Chef Master. Just which of these master chefs will emerge the ultimate champion? Find out tonight.

And if that weren't enough culinary cravings for you, BBC America's own fascinating foodie magazine program F Word is brand new tonight as well, with an episode at 9 pm ET/PT (or 6 pm PT if you're on the West Coast) in which hotheaded chef Gordon Ramsay goes to work in a Chinese restaurant, soul singer Mica Paris brings her brigade into the F-Word kitchen, and comedian Jo Brand faces off with Ramsay in the recipe challenge.

So prepare yourself something delicious, settle down on the sofa, and be prepared to salivate for the three hours tonight. Your stomach will thank me in the morning.

Comments

Radha said…
I wish they were airing the Top Chef Masters finale and the new Top Chef on different nights. I love both shows but that's too much culinary stress for one night!

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