Worst Cooks in America Casting New Season

21 Aug

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Have you ever messed up boiling water? Look, it’s not as easy as it looks. You need to get a pot, heat it, add water…wait, do you add water before or after you heat the pot…then let it boil, but not for too long because then the water is gone and then you have to start all over again. Let’s not even talk about making pasta, then. Oy.

If you’re that kind of cook who struggles with even the basics or prepares horribly disastrous dishes, you should apply for the next season of Worst Cooks in America, a very popular show on Food Network. While everybody starts off bad, celebrity chefs guide players along the way, giving tips and advice. The lucky home cook who improves the most and sharpens his or her culinary skills the best will be much richer. We’re talking $25,000 richer.

If you are or know the worst cook in America, all you’ll have to do is e-mail worstcooksnyc@gmail.com with some info:

* Name of the worst cook and/or nominator
* Age
* Hometown
* Where you live
* Occupation
* Contact phone number
* Recent photo of the worst cook
* If nominating, your relationship to the worst cook
* Details on why you or the person who you’re nominating is the worst cook in America. The more details and stories the better.

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