Worst Cooks: A Winner Looks Back

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Rachel Coleman, a former website editor from Brooklyn, was crowned "Best of the Worst" on Season One of Worst Cooks in America. Before the new season kicks off this Sunday night at 9pm/8c, we asked Rachel to take a look back on her win and share how she's doing in the kitchen a year later. Plus, this boot camp survivor lends some advice to the Worst Cooks of Season Two.

Listen up, new recruits!  Here are a few bits of inspiration from Rachel:

"I now cook at home all the time! At this point it's hard for me to even remember what I DID eat before, since now I cook at least 5 nights a week. I even cooked dinner for my roommate and 10 of her friends for her 30th birthday party; my roommates love having me around."

"The best advice Chef Anne gave me was to READ THE ENTIRE RECIPE before cooking. I honestly think that (and being disorganized) was my biggest mistake pre-show, I wouldn't know where I was going so I'd get lost on the way there. Now I make sure I understand the entire recipe before starting."

"Just focus on every step and don't get overwhelmed. It's easy to think 'This is impossible!' and get flustered and mess up, but to succeed they need to just keep moving forward and working with purpose."

Read the rest of the interview here. Rachel's victory also made her red team leader Chef Anne Burrell a winner...can Chef Anne do it again on Season Two? Don't miss the premiere of Worst Cooks in America this Sunday night at 9pm/8c.

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