Are you like me and love to watch those cooking shows, my favorites are the Worst Cooks in America? My mom loved these shows and would always watch them, she would have loved this one as much I do.
The Chiefs are at it again for another season, and chefs Anne and Tyler are confronted with some of the worst cooks they’ve ever seen during an open casting call. There has got to be something funny about the worst chefs, can they be that bad. As we know the chefs choose teams and go head to head against each others teams.
Choosing their 14 recruits this season they include the lunch lady and a truck driver and an army veteran plus a special education teacher, this is going to be the best yet. All of them are then sent to boot camp where each will cook up an offering dish, that has landed them in the hot seat. Imagine being the one to have to taste those dishes.
After they pick their teams they are set to start the challenges, I have seen past seasons and this is great. They will go from being so horrible to actually being great cooks, and in the end one of them wins 25,000 dollars and the chance to be the best chef. Every challenge ends where one of the recruits are sent home, until there’s just one standing. Premiering on Sunday, January 3rd at 9 pm ET/PT, the seven-episode series pits Anne against Tyler, each leading a team of disastrous cooks in an intense kitchen boot camp designed to vastly improve the food skills of their recruits.
Upcoming episodes feature a game show – style battle called, “Family Food,” internationally-flavored empanada and Asian street food challenges and a visit from the competitors’ loved ones. The season culminates in a finale on Sunday, February 14th at 9 pm ET/PT where the most improved recruit is awarded $25,000 and bragging rights for their mentor.
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