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Worst Cooks in America, Season 4: Top Moments of Episode 5

Get an insider's look at the recruits' challenges, and relive the most-memorable moments from the fifth episode of Food Network's Worst Cooks in America Season 4.
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Ingredient Scavenging

At a local grocery store for this week's Skill Drill, the recruits overcome their penchants for canned, frozen foods and embrace the fresh aisles of the market. Chefs Bobby and Anne send them on a scavenger hunt complete with riddled clues to source ingredients they'll need to prepare three types of Asian dumplings: wonton, shu mai and gyoza.

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Feeling the Pressure

Competing in a team challenge for the first time, the competitors work together to shop quickly and outcook the other team, which means that this is the first opportunity for rivals Anne and Bobby to claim a victory over the other. The mentors offer their recruits not-so-subtle pleas to succeed with the help of a megaphone while the contestants race through the aisles.

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Too Many Cooks

Once cooking begins, Chef Bobby's Blue Team realizes that competing alongside fellow team members isn't necessarily easier than working alone. Chet and Alina struggle to find their rhythm as they argue over how to prepare the dumplings and maneuver kitchen appliances. "We're a team; we're not against each other," Alina reminds Chet.

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On Fire

Rasheeda is all business as she begins work on the gyoza: "I got my game face on, ready to beat the Blue Team." She indeed manages to complete the challenge quickly, finishing her dumplings before her fellow competitors. "You're making Mama so proud today," Chef Anne tells her team.

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