You might remember me talking about Worst Cooks In America back in September, but that was the celebrity version with stars, like Dean Cain for one. The last time I spoke about the version that features every day people was last year.
This show is awesome!
Hosted by Chefs, Anne Burrell and Tyler Florence, they're on a mission to find the most disturbing dishes, presented by people like you and me, trying to do their best with their culinary skills. That might sound cruel, on the contrary. The chefs are highly encouraging and often, they and the viewers, are surprised by the wonderful dishes the contestants create. I have to admit, I've seen more burned or well-done foods on this show than any other. The whole point of the show though is to take terrible cooks with little or no culinary knowledge, and make them so much better with teaching, recipes and actual direction. They end up learning their way around a kitchen.
Won't you join me on Sunday, January 3rd at 9pm EST, to catch the brand-new season where Chef Anne Burrell once again takes on Chef Tyler Florence. Fourteen contestants, including a truck driver and an Army veteran, will be in the culinary boot camp. The first episode will have them cook up the nasty dish that got them on the show. After carefully taste-testing those creations, the chefs will pick their teams and do their best to show them how to make better balanced dishes. It all ends on Valentines Day at 9pm EST, when one improved cook is awarded a $25,000 prize!
Fans of the show can visit Food Network Worst Cooks for the quiz that will tell them if they should apply to be on the show, get photo and video highlights, find some awesome culinary tips, and even vote on who your favorite Worst Cook is! Join in on Twitter also with the hashtag #WorstCooks
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