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Food Network Turns to Worst Cooks in America for 2010 Lineup

Food Network Aims to Entertain With 2010 Lineup

Looks like Food Network's switching gears to focus less on cooking expertise and more on entertainment. On the roster for 2010: more Brian Boitano, and a new show, Worst Cooks in America.

Worst Cooks in America, which premieres Sunday, Jan. 3, features 12 "hopeless cooks" who are divided into two teams, one under the tutelage of network vet Anne Burrell and the other led by Arizona chef Beau MacMillan.

The show's premise: bad cooks undergo a five-week "culinary boot camp" where they will learn kitchen techniques from Burrell and MacMillan that they must apply in weekly elimination challenges.

After the contestants have been narrowed down to two, they will compete for a grand prize of $25,000 in a final challenge that has them preparing a three-course meal for a panel of food critics who think the dishes have been prepared by chefs Anne and Beau.

For even more entertainment, Brian Boitano fans should also stay tuned for the return of the Olympic medalist, who's back with a second season of the screwball show What Would Brian Boitano Make? in March. Will you tune in to watch either of these shows — or are they too far a departure from the classic cooking shows that once dominated Food Network?

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Kelliegrl Kelliegrl 6 years
Brian's show is a lot of fun to watch.
Soniabonya Soniabonya 6 years
I'll give it a shot. WCiA sounds entertaining. Watching might help improve my own techniques ^_^
Spectra Spectra 6 years
I am excited for "Worst Cooks in America". I think it'll be fun to watch people learn some new skills and get more familiar with how to cook.
hdanzige hdanzige 6 years
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AmberHoney AmberHoney 6 years
I'll be there.
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