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.
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!
Last week on Hell’s Kitchen, Gordon Ramsay had his fair share of yelling “get out,” and the puppet-master left before the day even started, followed by another completely disastrous dinner service. This week, one team managed to come together…a little, while the other fell apart!
Ever since the season 10 finale of Hell’s Kitchen, fans have been itching for more! Well, guess what? Gordon Ramsay is back next month to put 20 hopefuls through the ultimate cooking competition that can only be Hell’s Kitchen! Details inside…
Chef Gordon Ramsay spends his time on Kitchen Nightmares fixing broken restaurants, but broken marriages? That’s a different story. Tonight, we witness Chef Ramsay taking on the role of therapist. Hmm…this should be interesting.
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!
Season 10 of Hell’s Kitchen brought us many under cooked wellingtons, countless inedible scallops, and two tons of ruined risotto. By now, you’d think the contestants would be smart enough to learn how to cook these dishes before applying for Hell’s Kitchen… eh, who am I kidding?! Listening to Gordon Ramsay cry ”it’s raw!” and scream “taste it!” is part of the fun. Season 10 also brought us two incredible chefs, Justin Antiorio and Christina Wilson; however, at the end of the night, only one door opens.
Last week on Hell’s Kitchen, Barbie was eliminated and we were left wondering who – between Dana, Christina, and Justin – the two finalists will be. In part one of the season finale, Gordon Ramsay finally reveals which two chefs will be competing for an elite head chef position at Gordon Ramsay Steak in the Paris Hotel in Las Vegas, NV.