He’s endured all kinds of Kitchen Nightmares, but as far as Gordon Ramsay is concerned, nothing comes close to the challenges presented during the hardcore Hawaii Ironman. The celebrity chef completed the big race this past weekend and is now back to his regularly scheduled television appearances.
Yes, he loves his food, but that doesn’t mean Gordon Ramsay is opposed to a healthy lifestyle. Taking a break from the usual Masterchef and Kitchen Nightmares routine, Chef Ramsay is headed to Hawaii for the Kona Ironman!
With hits such as Kitchen Nightmares and MasterChef continuing to draw massive audiences, it’s clear that Gordon Ramsay remains the premiere chef of reality television. But if he’s not careful, his significance in the culinary industry could fade away quickly. The latest devastation involves the removal of two Michelin stars from The London, Chef Ramsay’s flagship New York restaurant. What will this mean for his future as the go-to reality chef?
Admit it, it is definitely humorous watching Gordon Ramsay scream profanities at hopeful chefs who attempt to serve him raw chicken, but normally those hopefuls are adults, who should know better. So, when it was announced that Ramsay would be airing a children’s version of the hit show, MasterChef, we were all left wondering how he would contain his potty mouth. As it turns out, Gordon Ramsay has been pretty good curbing his mouth with the kids, and believe it or not, some of them don’t even think he is scary!
Becky Reams came so close to apron glory on this season of “MasterChef” but was the third-to-last contestant to go. So what did this competitive homecook have to say in an exclusive interview with Reality TV Magazine about lasting so long in the competition and how she feels about going home?
MasterChef Season Three is coming to a close. Who will win the coveted apron, the cookbook and the cash? Christine Ha? Or Josh Marks? Let the face off begin!
Are you a seasoned home cook? Have you ever watched MasterChef and thought to yourself that you could impress Gordon Ramsay, Joe Bastianich, and Graham Elliot? Well, here is your chance as the show has announced open casting calls for season four!
Christine Ha, Frank Mirando, Josh Marks and Becky Reams are ready to face off tonight in one of their most intense challenges yet. They’ll pair up with some of the most well-known chefs who will judge them along with Gordon Ramsay. Who will stay for another shot at the apron and who will be leaving the “MasterChef” Kitchen and going home.