Food TV shows January 2019: Resolve to watch these tasty shows

Food TV shows January 2019 have food fans resolving to watch some tasty offerings. What shows will be making you hungry this month?

Food TV shows January 2019 aren’t all about diets and healthy eating. Some of this month’s best bets offer both tasty treats and some cooking inspiration. Whether you are looking to elevate your kitchen game or prefer to salivate over some delicious sweet treats, all of these shows are definitely must watch food TV.

While some food shows or even regular television is looking at healthy eating, resolutions or food trends, these food shows are about enjoying good food. Isn’t that a great resolution for the New Year?

Here’s what FoodSided is watching for January 2019.

TOP CHEF — “The Fastest 2 Minutes in Cooking” Episode 1601 — Pictured: (l-r) Chef David Danielson, Padma Lakshmi, Tom Colicchio, Graham Elliot — (Photo by: Michael Hickey/Bravo)

Top Chef

The favorite Bravo show is definitely unpredictable for Top Chef Season 16. With Restaurant Wars coming early and episode winners packing their knives one challenge later, this season is definitely shaping up to be a good one. Wonder what Kentucky favorite recipe could be on some upcoming episodes?

Top Chef airs on Bravo on Thursday nights.

Hell’s Kitchen

Has Gordon Ramsay mellowed a little in this season or is the biting commentary still scorching? In a season that started as rookies versus veterans, the experience hasn’t been a factor in Hell’s Kitchen. Which chef will eventually win the coveted position as Gordon Ramsay’s executive chef?

Hell’s Kitchen airs on FOX on Friday nights.

Winner Cake All

A new baking competition is coming to Food Network. Hosted by Giada De Laurentiis, this baking competition should have some really impressive cakes. Or, will there be some epic fails thrown in as well?

Winner Cake All airs on Food Network on Monday nights.

GORDON RAMSAY’S 24 HOURS TO HELL & BACK: Gordon Ramsay. CR: FOX. © 2018 FOX Broadcasting.

Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back

The New Year brought Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back Season 2 back on FOX. After season 1, fans might be cringing all over again. This season, Gordon dons some creative disguises to keep the restaurant owners on their toes.

Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back airs on FOX on Wednesday nights.

Worst Cooks in America

Want to feel better about your cooking skills? Maybe you want to learn a trick or two in the kitchen. Worst Cooks in America is back with a whole new set of recruits. This Food Network show proves that anyone, even some of these questionable cooks, can learn how to create a tasty meal.

Worst Cooks in America airs on Food Network on Sunday nights.

FOODZ

Love watching food TV, but don’t always have a lot of time to watch? From the Firework app, this quick food competition show is definitely entertaining. With a 90s twist, this food challenge makes for an entertaining, quick diversion.

Kids Baking Championship

This version of Food Network’s Baking Championship franchise has many people astounded by the talent of some young bakers. After watching a few of these episodes, everyone could be wanting to become a better baker.

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What’s your must watch food TV shows January 2019? Is there a specific program that makes you hungry, causes you to salivate or you just can’t stop watching? Share your thoughts below or tag us on social media using #FoodSided.

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