Celebrity cooking disasters, Worst Cooks in America Celebrity Edition returns


Not everything is perfection for celebrities. Celebrity cooking disasters are real. The Food Network Show Worst Cooks in America Celebrity Edition returns with more celebrities who can’t cook their way to stardom.

Looking at some celebrity social media feed, fans may think that their favorite celebrities are master chefs. The impeccably prepared food looks like it came from a celebrated chef. But, sometimes these photos are more fantasy than reality. The Food Network show, Worst Cooks in America Celebrity Edition returns Wednesday, August 23rd with all the celebrity cooking disasters.

This season’s celebrity contestants are: Nora Dunn, Carmen Electra, Erik Estrada, Vivica A. Fox, Perez Hilton, Carson Kressley, Sean Lowe and Melissa Peterman. This group is quite diverse. From reality show regulars, like Carson Kressley, to old school favorite, Erik Estrada (who remembers him from CHiPS), the contestants backgrounds should add to the entertainment.

While I have no knowledge about any of these celebrities cooking backgrounds, I’m going to make a few guesses about what we might see on this season of Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition. Carson Kressley, the style expert, will present beautiful, pretty plates. Even if the food isn’t the tastiest, the plate will be colorful, stylish and Instagram worthy. Erik Estrada will probably add some Mexican flavors to his dishes. With recent popularity in several Mexican television shows, he might bring some South of the border spice. Vivica a. Fox should bring some big personality to the show. With her long list of achievements, I think that he food will blend healthy with traditional.

Since these budding chefs need guidance, Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition is led by two Food Network stars, Anne Burrell and Rachel Ray. The two Food Network personalities guide their celebrity teams to better cooking and hopefully victory.

These celebrities aren’t competing just for themselves. While hopefully their celebrity cooking disasters are overcome, the winning celebrity receives $25,000 for their charity.

What should you expect from watching this show; feeling better about yourself. Sometimes we look at celebrities in awe. These cooking disasters can make us all feel a little better about both our at home cooking and maybe our own insecurities. No one is perfect, but we can improve on ourselves.

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Worst Cooks in America Celebrity Edition on August 23 to watch. Maybe that those same enchiladas that I served for dinner twice this month won’t look so bad.

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