Worst Cooks in America can have some scary plates, but is there Halloween redemption?
For these Worst Cooks in America, Halloween could be the best night of the year. While they might have come a long way in the kitchen, these cooks are looking for even more redemption. Will their cooking skills still be scary?
According to the Food Network, this Worst Cooks in America episode, Halloween Redemption, features the following:
Four former Worst Cooks recruits return to boot camp for a shot at culinary redemption by learning how to make a holiday spread for the scariest night of the year: Halloween. Chefs Anne Burrell and Carla Hall start by asking the recruits to make a dish using an assigned mystery ingredient. After picking teams, the chefs teach them how to make a Halloween party buffet. The recruits must impress a party of Halloween fanatics, as well as culinary expert judges Danny Bowien, Jordan Andino and Gabriela Rodiles, to win kitchen upgrades worth $5,000.
Given that Carla Hall has taken over the Halloween programming on Food Network, it is fitting that she has joined Anne Burrell on this special Worst Cooks episode. Carla should have a good demeanor for this Food Network show.
With the recruits making a Halloween buffet, it will be interesting to see how the teams work together. A buffet must have dishes that play off each other. A little salty, a little sweet and most importantly, they need to taste good.
In the end, the recruits need to listen to Anne and Carla. The team that executes will earn the prize. Hopefully, the only thing scary in the kitchen will be the judges’ costumes.
Ready to watch Worst Cooks in America, Halloween Redemption? Here’s how.
Date: Sunday, October 18, 2020
Start Time: 9 p.m. ET
Episode: “Halloween Redemption”
TV Channel: Food Network
Worst Cooks in America will air on Food Network Sundays at 9 p.m. ET.