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Miami Casting Call: Abysmal Cooks Wanted for Bobby Flay Food Network Show

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Attention, Bobby Flay fans. Primp for your chance to interview with the man himself along with Food Network host Anne Burrell for the network's open casting call for the third season of Worst Cooks in America.

What's required of you?

You have to bring your worst dish. Not just the story. Your actual worst dish.

Now might be the time to test out that raw durian salad or a scrapple

sundae. Or perhaps you can find a way to masticate one of Flay's very own

recipes into something disturbingly unrecognizable. Or maybe you've perfected your very own Friday fuck up.

The Worst Cooks in America season set to air in February 2012 pits a Flay-led

and a Burrell-led team against each other in an effort to hone a winner,

who's awarded $25,000. Production begins in November.

Where: Epic Hotel, 270 Biscayne Boulevard Way in Miami.

When: September 16 at 11 a.m.

For more information, check out the website here.


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