Worst Cooks in America Premiers Feb 17!


Who won’t make it past day one of Boot Camp? Tune in tonight to find out!

Watch the season premiere of Worst Cooks in America Season 4 featuring Aadip Desai as a #1 culinary criminal #teamAadip!!


aadip desaiTonight at 9pm pst/est and 8pm cst, I’ll be appearing on Worst Cooks In America on The Food Network. This is not a joke. Watch live if you love me or set your DVR if you like Downton Abbey more. I’ll be live tweeting at @aadip. You can too, using hashtags #WorstCooks and #TeamAadip. Send me a Tweet if you are watching


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Kindest Regards.