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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 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.
aired 25 days ago
The recruits enter boot camp and see it transformed for a Chinese New Year celebration; they play a game where fortune cookie clues lead them to ingredients, and they learn to make fried rice.
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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.
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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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Sixteen of the worst cooks in America enter boot camp with dreams of putting their kitchen nightmares behind them; Anne Burrell and Alton Brown ask the recruits to make a baseline dish and the results are truly disastrous.
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Anne Burrell and Tyler Florence welcome back four former recruits for a Thanksgiving redemption; the much-improved recruits team up to make a Thanksgiving feast for a chance at culinary atonement and $5,000 worth of kitchen equipment.
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Four former recruits return to boot camp for a shot at culinary redemption in a competition focused Thanksgiving; chefs Anne Burrell and Scott Conant kick things off by asking the recruits to make a side dish using a Thanksgiving ingredient.
aired 158 days ago
Worst Cooks: Reheated is serving up behind-the-scenes footage, home casting videos and kitchen trivia. In the penultimate week of boot camp, the remaining recruits battle it out for their spot in the finale. First, they're each given $15 and 20 minutes to scour Aldi supermarket for the ingredients to make a meal of their choice. For the main dish challenge, the recruits attempt to replicate dishes created by chefs Anne Burrell and Bobby Flay that utilize high-end ingredients.
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The final two recruits create impressive dishes that require skills they've learned while their mothers watch from the next room; Anne Burrell and Bobby Flay teach them how to make a three-course, restaurant-quality meal they'll have to recreate.
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In the penultimate week of boot camp, the remaining recruits battle it out for their spot in the finale. First, they're each given $15 and 20 minutes to scour Aldi supermarket for the ingredients to make a meal of their choice. For the main dish challenge, the recruits attempt to replicate dishes created by chefs Anne Burrell and Bobby Flay that utilize high-end ingredients. After the tasting, the chefs decide which recruits are going to the finale!
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Boot camp has gone retro and the recruits must work together as a family while tasting and describing dishes while blindfolded. The retro theme continues as the recruits learn how to make fondue and receive a visit from Cindy Brady herself, Susan Olsen. Chefs Anne Burrell and Bobby Flay teach the recruits how to make a beautiful brunch but those who aren't having a sunshine day will be sent home.
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The recruits return to boot camp and find themselves south of the border. Things start with a game where the recruits must smash pinatas filled with various ingredients before making their own tostadas. Next, chefs Anne Burrell and Bobby Flay teach them how to make a mole dish for the main dish challenge. Those who can't master their mole will be asked to leave.
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The recruits enter the world of poultry where they start off with a bird-based quiz game before making their very own omelets; The recruits learn how to make perfect fried chicken.
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The recruits take a taste buds challenge; chefs Anne Burrell and Bobby Flay ask the recruits to create their own pretzel and dipping sauce that incorporates both sweet and spicy flavors.
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The remaining recruits explore Greek cuisine with a game that explores the tradition of plate smashing before learning how to make the Greek classics tzaziki and dolmas; the chefs task the recruits with making their own mezze platters.
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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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