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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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The celebrity recruits are left to run free in boot camp, working in teams to recreate a dish from taste alone. Unbeknownst to them, though, chefs Anne Burrell and Tyler Florence are secretly watching their every move. Then the celebs battle it out in their toughest competition yet, a Chopped-style showdown to determine which two will make it to the finale.
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The final two celebrity contestants are asked to re-create their baseline dishes using all the techniques they've learned over the past six weeks; the finalists prepare a three-course meal for culinary experts Leah Cohen, Zac Posen and Melba Wilson.
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Boot camp is transformed into an elegant cocktail party; mentors Anne and Tyler announce that the recruits each have to make their own champagne cocktail and a tray of blinis from scratch; celebrities must cater lunch for the entire crew.
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Celebrity recruits learn how to make Thai ice cream rolls and must create their own flavor profile; then they depart for Spain, where chef mentors Anne Burrell and Tyler Florence teach them how to make paella; two chefs face the elimination round.
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Celebrity recruits are introduced to fish; for the skill drill, teams race to assemble sushi rolls off a speedy conveyor belt; for the main dish challenge, recruits make fish tacos with homemade tortillas.
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It's Celebrity Game Night at boot camp, and the teams of celebrity cooks go head to head for food games and trivia, including a Wheel of Horror; celebrities go on a museum tour of famous movie dishes and are asked to replicate movie-inspired dishes.
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Eight of the worst celebrity cooks in America arrive at culinary boot camp, and chefs Anne Burrell and Tyler Florence ask them each to cook their favorite restaurant dish to see how they measure up to the original.
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Playing a game of food trivia and culinary tasks; the recruits learn the art of beef butchering and the least successful recruits go head-to-head in a high steaks challenge.
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The final two recruits cook a restaurant-quality meal for a panel of culinary experts; in the end, one recruit will be named the winner and awarded $25,000 for their charity.
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As the competition nears its end, the celebrities fight for a spot in the finale; they face a worst cooks battle inspired by Iron Chef called tin foil chef; the celebrities with the best dishes head to the finale.
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The celebrity recruits finally tackle desserts, starting with a fast-paced assembly line challenge; over-the-top milkshakes topped with decadent sweets; the two recruits with the worst desserts battle it out in a cupcake challenge.
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Anne Burrell and Rachael Ray test their knowledge of world cuisine; the recruits stretch their cooking boundaries by making hand-pulled noodles from scratch; an international-themed blind elimination challenge.
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Celebrities learn to make classic crepes; novice cooks butcher whole chickens, grill them, and create their own unique side dishes; the two least successful recruits go head-to-head in a chicken challenge, and one recruit is sent packing.
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Taste and describe game with the celebrity recruits; mentors demonstrate hors d'oeuvres, which their recruits must replicate exactly, as well as make their own; the two celebrities with the worst dishes go head-to-head in an elimination challenge.
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The celebrities must make a dish inspired by food they've posted on their social media profiles; the mentors teach the celebrities how to make some lobster dishes, which proves to be disastrous for some of these clueless cooks.
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The final two recruits learn a three-course, restaurant-quality meal before the Main Dish Challenge; judges Debi Mazar, Michael Psilakis and Jessica Tom take the recruits' dishes into a blind taste test to determine the $25,000 grand prize winner.
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Fourteen of the worst cooks in America enter boot camp with dreams of putting their kitchen nightmares behind them; Anne Burrell and Bobby Flay see just what kind of disasters they're dealing with by asking the recruits to create a date night dish.
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It's the penultimate week of boot camp and if the remaining recruits want a spot in the finale, they must first work in teams to play Remote Control Chef.
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The recruits begin by embarking on a treasure hunt fit for a pirate when their teams are tasked with discovering clues left for them by pirate captains Anne Burrell and Tyler Florence.
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After finding that boot camp has been turned into a carnival, the recruits are asked to participate in a pie-eating contest for the chance to dunk their opponent's chef.
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The recruits begin by getting up-close and personal with their spice cabinets in a "Skill Drill" game that requires the teams to identify various commonly used spices.

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