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Worst Cooks in America

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Chefs mentor amateur cooks in an attempt to transform them from kitchen zeros to kitchen heroes.

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Recruits participate in first annual Boot Camp Culinary Games, from whipping cream to stomping tomatoes; chef Anne Burrell and chef Alex Guarnaschelli teach them how to roll sushi and make traditional Japanese bento boxes.
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Anne Burrell and Alex Guarnaschelli welcome 14 of the country's worst cooks with very frightened but open arms; the recruits are tasked with making their favorite childhood dish and learn how to spice up their cooking by making Jamaican jerk chicken.
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For the skill drill, the recruits team up with their chefs in a recipe relay race where they will be working together to make steak fajitas; chef Anne and chef Tyler break off to teach their recruits their finale menus.
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The recruits play a dessert scramble game before they are tasked with making their own sweet parfaits; then, the final two recruits on each team cook head to head to earn their spot in the finale.
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Boot camp is transformed into a nautical oasis, equipped with fish tanks and a live mermaid; for their skill drill challenge, the recruits solve a recipe riddle to make ceviche; the main dish challenge is fish en papillote.
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The roles reverse in boot camp as the recruits and chefs play the fan-favorite game Remote Control Chef; in the game, the recruits instruct their chef on how to make a dish that they cannot see, taste or touch; the recruits make homemade ravioli.
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It's Derby Day at boot camp; Anne Burrell and Tyler Florence challenge recruits to identify flavors as they make crostini; recruits have to make fancy steak dinners while proving that they have more skills in the kitchen than the very worst.
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Chef Anne Burrell and Chef Tyler Florence are ready to whip seven of the worst celebrity cooks into culinary shape; recruits are tasked with making their go-to dish for a dinner party; how a boozy brunch can cure their dinner party dish-asters.
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The teams go head-to-head in a potato-sack relay race to collect ingredients for game-day meatballs.
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The recruits enter boot camp and discover that they will be going back to the basics with meat-and-potatoes challenges.
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The remaining recruits enter boot camp to find it has been transformed into a casino complete with a game of egg roulette.
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Fifteen of the worst cooks in America enter boot camp with dreams of putting their kitchen nightmares behind them; chefs Anne Burrell and Tyler Florence ask the recruits to make their signature dishes -- a request with truly disastrous consequences.
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The final recruits get private cooking lessons from Alton Brown and Anne Burrell, learning to create a dish of their choosing.
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In the penultimate skill drill challenge, the recruits play remote-control chef and tell Alton Brown and Anne Burrell how to create a dish they can't see or taste.
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The recruits enter the world of clandestine cuisine and play a game where they answer seafood trivia in order to reveal a picture puzzle.
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It's a sweet week in boot camp, with the recruits playing a culinary version of Candyland in which they must identify sweet treats using all their senses.
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The recruits learn how to combine unlikely ingredients and kick things off with a game where they must punch their way to success.
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It's game day, and the teams of recruits face off as they make game day dishes in order to move down the field to the end zone.
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The recruits enter the world of culinary sophistication, starting with a game where they have to taste and identify different crepe fillings; Anne Burrell and Alton Brown show them how to make their own crepes; the recruits create a duck dish.
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The recruits enter boot camp and play a game where fortune cookie clues lead them to ingredients, and they learn to make fried rice; Anne Burrell and Alton Brown mentor the recruits as they make dumplings.
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The theme is indulgence and their first lesson is that salads can be indulgent; the recruits play a game where salad elements are tossed into a bowl on their teammate's head; the hosts teach the recruits how to make fresh mozzarella.

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