Anne Burrell’s beloved competition “Worst Cooks in America” has been renewed for two more seasons at Food Network as part of a new, exclusive multiyear deal the celebrity chef has signed with the Discovery owned-cable channel, TheWrap has learned exclusively.

Under the new pact, Food Network will make “at least two more cycles” of “Worst Cooks in America,” with the next up being Season 23. That installment, which will feature longtime host Burrell joined by Cliff Crooks (stepping in as her new co-host following Michael Symon’s turn on Season 22) is set to debut with a 90-minute episode on Wednesday,

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CLEVELAND, Ohio — Cleveland celebrity chef Michael Symon is returning to Food Network with new episodes of “Symon’s Dinners Cooking Out” starting in May.

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In the series, born last year out of his daily cooking demos on Facebook Live during the early days of the pandemic, the Iron Chef cooks up his favorite outdoor recipes using common pantry ingredients.

“Michael Symon is one of the best chefs on the planet with an innate ability to engage with viewers as if they’re in the kitchen cooking alongside him,” said Food Network president Courtney White in

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The Food Network has scrubbed its latest season of reality series Worst Cooks In America after its champion has been arrested for a child’s murder.

Ariel Robinson, age 29, was charged Tuesday along with her husband, Jerry Robinson, in the death of a 3-year-old girl in South Carolina. They face counts of homicide by child abuse in the death of their adopted daughter.

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On Jan. 14, police found an unresponsive child at the couple’s home in Simpsonville, South Carolina, television station WHNS reported. The girl died as a result of several blunt force injuries, a

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It’s fall, y’all, which means all things apples!

Whether you prefer apple picking, pie baking, noshing on doughnuts, sipping on cider or crunching into a sweet and tart caramel apple, the realm of possibilities for the season’s favorite fruit are endless.

With a vast variety of apple breeds comes ample opportunities for cooking techniques and flavor combinations, which is why “Good Morning America” tapped apple expert Amy Traverso to peel back

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