Local ‘cook’ gives Food Network a taste of her talent

Maryland resident Stephanie St. Aubin was recruited by Food Network, but not for her good cooking. (Courtesy Food Network)
What it takes to be a 'Worst Cook' on Food Network

Rachel Nania | November 15, 2014 12:44 am

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WASHINGTON – Imagine being such a terrible cook that a family member nominates you as one of the worst in the country.

That is exactly what happened to Bowie, Md., native Stephanie St. Aubin.

Her “mushy spaghetti” and creative Haitian “stew” landed her a spot on Food Network’s “Worst Cooks in America,” which premiered Feb. 17.

The 26-year-old government employee got a call from Food Network after her cousin nominated her for the show.

“I didn’t really pay attention to [my cousin] not eating my food or trying my food, but then when I got the phone call, I was like,

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