Why do you need or want to be on Worst Cooks in America?
The inability, lack of confidence/knowledge, and creativity to make anything that I or anyone I know would want to eat makes me the worst cook.
What was the most valuable tip or piece of advice that you learned from Chef Anne?
Will you continue to work on your culinary skills?
I will and need to.
If you could have a do-over of the challenge that sent you home, what would you do differently?
I guess I would have not tried so hard to make everything perfect.
What advice would you give to future Worst Cooks competitors?
Don’t get too frustrated.
What was the first dish or meal that you attempted to cook back at home after being eliminated? How did it go?
It was an omelet that turned out really well and was folded nicely.
What was your most memorable or funniest moment while shooting the show?
Personally, it was continually burning my hand on a hot handle of one of the dishes.
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