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There have been moments in my life where I felt like the worst cook that ever was. I am sure we’ve all had those moments. And I’ll bet they aren’t moments we’d want broadcast to the world. Seven celebrities will be putting their culinary skills, or lack thereof, on display for the world to see this fall on the television show Worst Cooks In America.
The celebrities that will be putting their questionable cooking skills out there for all to see are Dean Cain, Ellen Cleghorne, Jenni “Jwoww” Farley, Chris Soules, Jaleel White, Kendra Wilkinson and Barry Williams. These seven contestants won’t be completely on their own, however. After determining the contestants skills at a potluck dinner, Rachael Ray and Anne Burell will divide the group into two teams in order to mentor the contestants and work to help them improve their skills.
“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.”
This season’s Worst Cooks In America will contain six episodes. Each week the contestants will face a new challenge. Some of the challenges include blindfold dish tastings, a game of Family Food and small-dish tapas-style entertaining. On October 28, the end of the season, the contestant who has become the best cook will win a $50,000 grand prize for charity.
The celebrity edition of Worst Cooks in America premieres Wednesday, September 23rd at 9pm ET/PT on Food Network. Join the conversation on social media through the season using the hashtag #WorstCooks. Also, be sure to check out the website where you will be able to voice your opinion by voting. While on the site you’ll also find video highlights, cooking tips and more.
What do you consider your worst cooking moment?