Ribbons wrote:It's weird how different Ramsay seems in the BBC version (haven't seen the American) of Kitchen Nightmares and in Hell's Kitchen. I'd say that the producers told him to act like an angry British guy, but maybe actually working in a kitchen just makes him hulk out.
WinslowLeach wrote:This is my favorite show after American Idol. I love it!! I gotta say after watching what some of the people do behind the counter. It makes me not want to eat out. lol.
havocSchultz wrote:WinslowLeach wrote:This is my favorite show after American Idol. I love it!! I gotta say after watching what some of the people do behind the counter. It makes me not want to eat out. lol.
But some of the girls have been pretty hot...
King Psyz wrote:I don't know what's worse... the fact that there's people like this out there preparing food for the masses or that these were the one's that rose above the rest...
Evil Hobbit wrote:I don't know about you all but I love me some Gordon Ramsay, Kitchen Nightmares in particular is quite a show. I just popped in to these videos on the youtube showing Ramsay as a kid, and since I couldn't find the cooking thread I opened this thread for our foul mouthed, evil fucking chef.
Little Gordon part 1
Little Gordon part 2
Little Gordon part 3
Chris a.k.a StuntMike wrote:I've been watching The F-Word. Good show
"Now, fuck off out of my kitchen"
Fox has renewed Hell’s Kitchen for two more seasons, the network confirmed.
The show will go into production on seasons nine and ten this spring, with season nine targeted to bow in late summer.
Hosted by volatile British chef Gordon Ramsay, the show has been a work horse for Fox, bouncing around the schedule and doing relatively well where ever it lands.
The most recent cycle, which wrapped last December, averaged a 2.9 rating in the 18-49 demographic with more than 6 million viewers overall.
minstrel wrote:Is Gordon Ramsay the richest chef in history yet? Because it seems like that's his goal, and it seems like he's getting there.
Entering its 10th season and cooking up successful spinoffs, the Fox show continues to prove that high-end food on a major network can be a feast for ratings.
Nordling wrote:I did a search and didn't find a topic for this show, although it's talked about in other threads a bit.
I don't really have guilty pleasures, as I really don't feel all that guilty about what I watch. But if I did, the closest thing to a guilty pleasure would be Chef Ramsay's Hell's Kitchen. I am not a reality TV fan but I can't help but laugh at this show as Ramsay goes all maniacal on a bunch of poor saps who think they can cook. It amuses me to see their egos destroyed.
Last night had the best dish I never had the pleasure of eating... the Hen In A Pumpkin. I can only imagine what it tasted like.
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