Top Chef Canada set to return in April with all-star season, Vancouver-based food blogger Mijune Pak joins panel of judges

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      Top Chef Canada has announced that it will return to Food Network Canada with a new all-stars season on Sunday, April 2 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

      A new host and panel of judges will be introduced to the popular culinary competition this year. The upcoming show will be hosted by Le Cordon Bleu–trained chef and television personality Eden Grinshpan, while chef and restaurateur Mark McEwan will return as head judge.

      Resident judges who will be joining the judging panel include Vancouver-based food blogger and creator of Follow Me Foodie Mijune Pak, food writer and restaurant critic Chris Nuttall-Smith, and Toronto restaurateur Janet Zuccarini.

      “We’re excited to have Mark McEwan back as head judge, and welcome new host Eden and resident judges Mijune, Chris and Janet…all top talent in Canada’s elite culinary field, each with their own unique area of expertise,” said John MacDonald, Senior Vice President, Women and Lifestyle Content, Corus Entertainment, in a press statement.

      This season of Top Chef Canada will see chefs from past seasons return to face different culinary challenges in a bid to win a grand prize of $100,000, as well as a Monogram kitchen valued at over $25,000.

      The participating all-star chefs who will join this culinary competition have yet to be announced.  

      Corus Entertainment