The Worst Cooks Meal Anne Burrell And Rachael Ray Always Laugh About - Exclusive

If you thought you were a terrible cook, hold steady becasue Anne Burrell has some stories for you. The Food Network star has endured 24 seasons of "Worst Cooks in America," which is currently featuring beloved '90s sitcom celebrities. The premise of the show is to gather the "worst cooks" in the country and have them battle it out for the best — or worst — dish. The series has garnered loyal fans throughout the years, all of which have seen the most vulgar of dishes, in which many of them Burrell herself had to taste test.

During an exclusive interview with Mashed, Burrell pinpointed the two worst dishes she has ever come across on the series. That's a massive amount of terrible dishes to remember, so you can imagine the ones that stick out must be pretty grotesque! In fact, Burrell has one particular memory with celebrity chef Rachael Ray, who was a guest judge at the time, that the two continue to laugh about to this day.

A contestant put an odd twist on a can of tuna fish

When asked to recall the worst dish a contestant has ever made on "Worst Cooks," Anne Burrell had an interesting answer. She said, "There's one that Rachael Ray and I always laugh about because it happened on a season with [her]. It was this guy that, on the first day of what we call the 'baseline challenge,' took a can of tuna fish, and I don't even think he really drained it," she said, continuing, "and mixed it with about two cups of mayonnaise and a jar of — Rachael and I dispute this, she thinks it was grape jelly, I think it was raspberry jelly — regardless, gross."

The food personality explained that the contestant then poured peach-colored 'slop,' into the bottom of a loaf pan with two pieces of American cheese to top it off. The dish was then baked. As Burrell described it, "He turned it out and it was this splat of really disgusting, runny, tuna fish with jelly in it. [He] then broke off some pieces of iceberg lettuce on the side." This is something even those most creative of people may have trouble imagining. Hopefully, Burrell and Jeff Mauro won't see a dish like this on season 24!

Check out the "Worst Cooks in America" website for more kitchen failures. New episodes of "Worst Cooks in America Celebrity Edition: That's So '90s" air Sundays at 9 p.m. ET on Food Network.