Worst Cooks In America – Food Network



Worst Cooks In America Reality Show Auditions

Worst Cooks In America – Food Network

Cooking. An elusive skill that many have tried but few can truly master, and that’s exactly what The Food Network is counting on with their all new season of the fantastically popular culinary reality show Worst Cooks In America. The producers and casting directors of this hilarious and inspiring series are conducting a nationwide search for the next batch of hopeless chefs that want to be transformed into the next great American food artist. Take a chance and you could go from burning  toast to preparing exquisite London Broil and walk away with a $25,000 prize.

Worst Cooks In America takes 14 of the country’s most hapless kitchen dwellers and puts them through an extensive culinary bootcamp to try and transform their horrific cooking attempts into something that could be served in the finest establishments in the world. The contestants (referred to as recruits on the show) are split into two teams and mentored, challenged and molded by The Food Network’s biggest stars and some of the finest chefs from around the globe for eight of the most fun and illuminating weeks of their lives. Under the skilled eye of these food titans the recruits will be tested weekly on their preparation, baking, seasoning, knife and temperature skills with a final winner being chosen by three celebrity food critics judging each contestant on their three course meal offerings. Don’t be embarrassed by your poor kitchen abilities, the world famous food experts at Worst Cooks In America are ready to get you into tip-top cooking shape and help you win the grand prize of $25,00 dollars. Auditions and casting calls for this exciting reality TV opportunity will be held across the country soon and you can submit yourself or someone you know today. For more information or to apply for castings you can go here theconlincompany.com or you can send an email with your personal in formation and why you think you’re the worst cook in America and why you weant to change to worstcooks@theconlincompany.com. We’ll keep the updates coming as they become available so keep checking back and be sure to leave a comment for us and tell us why you or someone you know would be perfect for Worst Cooks In America.

Everyone always says that it’s the effort that counts, but those are probably the same people that are sneaking their plates of your food to the dog when you’re not looking. Don’t fret. Now you can turn your kitchen shame into triumph on The Food Network hit Worst Cooks In America.



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55 People are talking about Worst Cooks In America – Food Network

  1. Jasmine Denny says:

    I am 19 years old. My name is Jasmine. Coming from a generation of people that cooked food it was never passed down to me. I want to be able to learn and become a person that is better than just making cereal to my family. That one day I can pass it down to my siblings and children. Pick me so I can have an experience to make a possible career. Thank you.

  2. Barbara Goen says:

    My husband told me that this is the only cooking show I should watch because the contestants would be able to teach me something because I am worst than they are. I take the battery out of my smoke alarm when I make toast because it always goes off, so please pick me so that I can learn how to cook those fabulous meals for my husband.

  3. Candice rinlee says:

    My husband is the worst cook I have ever met! He made me fried eggs that had the consistency of an over boiled egg and tried to make macaroni and cheese and never drained the water from the pasta

  4. julie muckler says:

    Good morning. I am the worst cook in America–or certainly in the top five. Hamburger Helper is beyond my capabilities. My grill at home recently melted. I am no longer allowed to have knives without supervision. I want to prove myself to millions of viewers, as well as my son and husband, who are already cringing in anticipation. Please pick me.

  5. Denise Whitford says:

    I am a single mom who is a very picky eater and only eat certain things. I need to learn how to cook so maybe i can get a man to share my life with.

    thank you


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