2021 – almost time for new Worst Cooks In America Bingo!

As 2020 draws to a close, we start looking to the new year with hope and anticipation. For me, that means working on more recipes, reading more cookbooks, and watching Food Network for Worst Cooks In America and playing WC Bingo. Allison Wolfe and I have so much fun creating the bingo cards to go along with the show. Just to be clear, I am not affiliated with Food Network or Worst Cooks. I am simply a food groupie and fan, and found a fun way to interact with the show. The bingo cards have proven to be popular, so we are gearing up for the new season that starts Sunday, January 3rd at 6pm PT/9pm ET.

The new season bring a new(ish) chef to Team Blue – Carla Hall. She was a judge on the recent Halloween redemption episode (I see you, Brett Azar!), but has not had to run the gauntlet of boot camp recruits. I don’t know if she knows what she signed up for, since the redemption chefs had already been through the drill before. Both chefs are amazing in the kitchen, and it will be great to see what they can do with people that can burn water.

I hope you have fun playing bingo along with us. I don’t get to see the show ahead of time, so I am just as surprised at the shenanigans that go on. You can print up an individual card or play a few, the choice is up to you.

Disclaimer: I am not affiliated with Food Network, but I am a huge food groupie. Watching food competition shows is my idea of a sporting event.

Want to play along? Click here to pick a bingo card after December 24, 2020.

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