MasterChef grouch Gordon Ramsay likes to think of himself as the ultimate expert in food preparation, but then again, so does the Swedish Chef. The two notoriously stubborn television figures recently faced off in a hardcore food truck competition — and the results just might surprise you!
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?
The latest season of Kitchen Nightmares ended on a shocker with Gordon Ramsay actually leaving (not just threatening to leave) what appeared to be a hopeless case. A week later, Sam and Amy of Amy’s Baking Company are once again proving why their establishment is the biggest nightmare of them all.
Kitchen Nightmares is all new tonight on Fox. Tonight, Chef Ramsay makes a trip to Pittsburg to try to save a soul food restaurant. Chef Ramsay finds no love or soul in Jean’s Southern Cuisine, but can he turn this sinking ship around?
There’s more than one Greek debt crisis — and one of them is taking place right in America! On Kitchen Nightmares, Gordon Ramsay treks to Seattle to help fix a once-popular Greek restaurant that’s two decades behind.
If you missed last week’s episode of Kitchen Nightmares, all you need to know is that Joe of Mill Street Bistro is insanely stubborn. And so, when he clashes with Gordon Ramsay, it’s an even worse nightmare than is usual featured on this show!
You know an establishment is in bad shape if it requires not one, but two episodes of Kitchen Nightmares. Such is the case with Mill Street Bistro, the restaurant featured in both tonight’s and next weekend’s episodes.
Gordon Ramsay apparently tired of all the Kitchen Nightmares on the East Coast, so now he’s checking out the disastrous restaurants in Cali! This week, the famous chef visits Nino’s in Long Beach, where he finally meets his cursing match!