It’s safe to say… Gordon Ramsay makes a lot of dough (no pun intended)! We know Gordon Ramsay best as the no-nonsense chef who stars in Hell’s Kitchen, MasterChef, and Kitchen Nightmares. Ramsay also has 24 restaurants, 11 Michelin stars, and several cookbooks attached to his name. Putting it all together, Ramsay now tops the list of highest earning chefs in the US. Just how much dough are we talking about here? And who else made the list? Keep reading for all the details.
Fox‘s Hell’s Kitchen picks up right where last night’s show ended. The teams created their own menus for Hell’s Kitchen dinner service. Gordon Ramsay warns the nine remaining chefs, “No excuses. Your stations. Your menu. My standards!” And, with that, let’s open up Hell’s Kitchen! Who’s going to live up to Ramsay’s standards? Who’s going to fall short? Keep reading for all the details.
Last week on Fox‘s Hell’s Kitchen, Clemenza and Royce found themselves up for elimination. Royce was eliminated, returning to Doucheville. Clemenza got a new jacket, because he’s a walking health code violation, but he’s still in the competition. Nine chefs return this week for more cruel and unusual punishment via Gordon Ramsay. Keep reading for all the details.
Last week on Fox‘s Hell’s Kitchen, both teams crumbled under the pressure of steak night, embarrassing Gordon Ramsay. Royce, Patrick, Robyn, and Tiffany were all up for elimination. An emotionally unstable Patrick went home and Robyn moved to the blue team. No doubt, a little less crazy will be good for the red team, but how will the blue team deal with losing their “leader” and picking up Robyn?
Last night on FOX‘s Hell’s Kitchen, Gordon Ramsay prepped the teams for steak night. The eleven chefs who remain are competing for a head chef position at Gordon Ramsay Steak in Las Vegas. Steak night should be a big deal. One would expect two kitchens full of serious and focused chefs hoping to impress Gordon Ramsay. Read on to find out how it actually goes down.
Last week on Fox‘s Hell’s Kitchen, the women on the red team managed to find their inner “adult.” They worked together as a team to complete not only their own dinner service but also the blue team’s dinner service. Tonight on Hell’s Kitchen, the majority of the women fight, whine, and cry… and we haven’t even seen the dinner service yet. How are any of these people are qualified to work for Gordon Ramsay? Their behaviors are unreal (albeit, awesomely entertaining). Keep reading for all the ridiculous details.
Last night on FOX‘s Hell’s Kitchen, the blue team made too many errors during dinner service and it cost them a member of their team. Guy and Clemenza were up for elimination. Clemenza fought for his spot in Hell’s Kitchen to the very end. Gordon Ramsay sent Guy packing and challenged Clemenza to bring that passion to the kitchen. Tonight, it’s very clear that one team is there to win. Which team dominates the night?
FOX‘s Hell’s Kitchen showed us a whole lot of “to be continued” last week. In the latest episode, the teams were preparing for the first Hell’s Kitchen fashion night. The previews for this week imply the red team steals food from the blue team. Gordon Ramsay responds to the situation with, “You don’t just go in the blue kitchen and get what you want! It’s a competition, you silly cow!” Does the red team really stoop that low? Read on and find out.
We all know Gordon Ramsay as the foul-mouthed firebrand on Hell’s Kitchen and MasterChef, but for the past 18 months he’s had a lot more on his mind than cooking and clean kitchens. Personal drama has taken Gordon Ramsay almost to the brink. How did he make it through his ongoing personal drama?
Last night on Fox‘s Hell’s Kitchen, Gordon Ramsay and company left us hanging. Barbie, Danielle, Guy, and Patrick all found themselves on the chopping block following Hell’s Kitchen‘s first ever Mexican night. Ramsay sent Barbie back to the line almost immediately. The show ended with Danielle, Guy, and Patrick waiting to hear their fate. Who stays and who goes?