Worst Cooks in America
Chefs mentor amateur cooks in an attempt to transform them from kitchen zeros to kitchen heroes.
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There must be a lot of bad cooks to choose from for ``Worst Cooks in America.'' As the series enters its fifth season, mentors Anne Burrell and Bobby Flay have found 14 more home cooks who could use some training in the kitchen. As is customary with the show, each contestant prepares a signature dish for the mentors at the start of boot camp, after which Burrell and Flay pick which cooks they want on their respective teams. The contestants then face a season filled with culinary challenges -- including milking cows and preparing sushi -- and someone from each team is eliminated every week. The final two contestants prepare a three-course meal for a panel of culinary professionals, with the cook who shows the biggest transformation earning the $25,000 grand prize. Among this season's contestants are a successful real estate agent who admits a kitchen is a strange place for her, and a full-time mother who quickly becomes frustrated when she enters a kitchen.
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