Deliciousness hosted by Tiffani Thiessen brings the foodie world to MTV

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Deliciousness, hosted by Tiffani Thiessen, looks to celebrate all the foodie indulgences and more.

From bougie ingredients to epic fails, Deliciousness, hosted by Tiffani Thiessen, is far from those cooking competitions that fill food television. While many MTV fans have marveled at the viral videos in Ridiculousness, these food videos will have people laughing, gasping and maybe even feeling a little superior about their kitchen skills. Isn’t it time that we all step away from the sourdough bread starter for a little while?

In the past year, it seems that everyone has channeled their inner foodie. From the obsession over baking bread to the endless hours of watching celebrity chefs on social media, that home kitchen has been the most popular room in the house. Whether it was boredom, necessity or some combination of both, food has been the focal point of many conversations.

In the new MTV series Deliciousness, premiering on December 14, this show seems to capture what everyone needs right now. Cooking fails are real, they are funny, and you are not alone. Yes, really, we all have burnt that casserole, under cooked that cake and more importantly, dropped that turkey.

Check out this preview clip of Deliciousness hosted by Tiffani Thiessen.

Tiffani Thiessen knows her way around a kitchen. The food television show host and cookbook author has impressed many people with her creative recipes, innovative ideas and entertaining concepts. Still, she can appreciate a good cooking fail.

With a panel of judges, including Angela Kinsey (The Office), Kel Mitchell (All That, Kenan & Kel) and Tim Chantarangsu (Basic to Bougie), this new MTV show will be a combination of laughs, questions to ponder and definitely a few moments of schadenfreude. Even if you use your oven as a storage cabinet, you can feel a little pleasure in watching these food videos.

Deliciousness premieres with a full week of shows starting on December 14 at 7 p.m. ET/ET. According to MTV, the episodes airing December 14th through December 18th will be holiday themed. Even if you laugh extra hard at some of these epic fails or have a tinge of jealously over the foodie delights, Santa won’t put you on the naughty list for watching.

If you want to get a glimpse of the foodie fun before the premiere, check out Deliciousness and Ridiculousness on socials. The new show, Deliciousness will air after all new episodes of Ridiculousness.

And, if you have something to add to the conversation, tag #Deliciousness. If your sister-in-law sets you on fire while cooking Thanksgiving dinner, why shouldn’t that family holiday memory should be shared with the world. It could make someone’s food fail seem a little better.

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