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Worst Celebrity Cooks in America


I love to cook. I am a pretty experimental cook, so sometimes it may not be as tasty as I had hoped. Still, I keep trying. I love cooking new recipes or being inventive and creating my own. (See the recipes tab above). 

I get tons of inspiration online from blogs and social media, but also Food Network is a must in my house. That leads me to discuss a new and exciting show coming to the network, starring the fabulous, Rachel Ray.





This first-ever boot camp is for some celebrities that are not the handiest in the kitchen. Among these cook-challenged celebrities is Dean Cain, Jenny 'Jwoww' Farley, and Barry Williams. The celebrity who makes the biggest and most impressive food transformation after the six episodes is up, wins $50,000  for charity. Plus they get bragging rights!

Upcoming episodes are going to be cool. I love watching blind-fold taste tests and can't wait to see what Family Food is... though I imagine it's a neat foodie twist on Family Feud. Each week, Rachel and Anne pick teams, and after each battle, one star is sent packing back to Tinseltown. 


“With Anne and Rachael as team leaders to a roster of cooking-challenged celebrities, Worst Cooks boot camp is high energy and hilarious,” said Bob Tuschman, General Manager and Senior Vice President, Food Network. “The kitchen is bursting with big personalities and comical culinary mishaps – but along the way some of these celebs actually develop impressive cooking chops.”

Watch it all go down, Wednesday, September 23 at 9pm EST, on Food Network. I know I can't wait, what about you?

Be sure to catch your favorite celebrities in hilarious exclusive videos, see highlights from the show, get culinary tips or vote on the Worst Cooks at FoodNetwork.com/WorstCooks. Also join in the Twitter conversation using hashtag #WorstCooks


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  1. Will have to check this out! Looks like it could be fun to watch.

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  2. I don't cook or shop for food. Mr Wonderful handles that. I look at food as fuel, just like gas for a car. LOL
    sherry @ fundinmental

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  3. I really do like the concept for this show! I want to watch it.

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  4. Looks like a good show! I love watching cooking shows.

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