Worst Cooks in America: Food Network Series Returns in January; Renewed for Two More Seasons – canceled + renewed TV shows

Worst Cooks in America is not going anywhere anytime soon. Food Network has renewed the competition series for at least two more seasons. The show’s 23rd season launches on the cable channel in January.  Episodes will be released via the Discovery+ streaming service a week early.

Chef Cliff Crooks joins Anne Burrell for the new season and they work with 12 new cooks. Food Network revealed more about the return of the series in a press release.

“Anne Burrell, star of Food Network’s primetime franchise Worst Cooks in America, has signed an exclusive multi-year deal inclusive of at least

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Worst Cooks in America Season 23 Premiere Date Anne Burrell Food Network Deal

Anne Burrell’s beloved competition “Worst Cooks in America” has been renewed for two more seasons at Food Network as part of a new, exclusive multiyear deal the celebrity chef has signed with the Discovery owned-cable channel, TheWrap has learned exclusively.

Under the new pact, Food Network will make “at least two more cycles” of “Worst Cooks in America,” with the next up being Season 23. That installment, which will feature longtime host Burrell joined by Cliff Crooks (stepping in as her new co-host following Michael Symon’s turn on Season 22) is set to debut with a 90-minute episode on Wednesday,

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Minnesota Cooks cookbook highlights local ingredients, farmers and chefs

Since 2003, the Minnesota Farmers Union has been connecting farmers and chefs in a popular, recipe-driven program called Minnesota Cooks, which culminates in a fun and fascinating annual event at the Minnesota State Fair. The program is also responsible for the ultimate fair freebie, the gotta-have Minnesota Cooks calendar.

Armed with nearly 20 years of recipes that celebrate Minnesota-grown ingredients, longtime Minnesota Cooks writer Claudine Arndt and photographer Katie Cannon have produced “The Farmer and the Chef” (Globe Pequot, $27.95), a lively, informative and user-friendly cookbook that illuminates the lives of the state’s farmers and food makers, then continues to

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Desi cooks call for end to Western whitewashing of food

The Hindi expression “ghar ka khana” translates, quite simply, to “home food,” and it carries with it a certain sentimentality. It’s the crackling and pop of jeera hitting the pan. It’s the jarring whistle of the pressure cooker as dal softens on the stove. And the slightly sweet smell of just-done basmati rice has a universal meaning: It’s time to sit down for a meal.

Desi American families hold their recipes close; they’re a tangible reminder of home and the generations it took to perfect them. But a step outside into the food landscape of the white west often

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