(All times Eastern)RETURNING SHOW: Forty of America’s best home cooks present Gordon Ramsay their signature dishes for a spot on “MasterChef” (Fox at 8 p.m.) Season 6. The winner will receive a cookbook deal and a $250,000 grand prize. Read full article >>
Hell's Kitchen promised us in the previews that the chefs will fight for their black jackets in this episode. Gordon Ramsay, I'm begging you! Give them to the teams now. We know T has anger issues. We know both Michelle and Nick have trouble cooking. Show More Summary
In the sixth season of "MasterChef," FOX's popular cooking competition show, executive producer and judge Gordon Ramsay and his fellow judges are introducing a new element to the audition phase -- head-to-head cookoffs. After the initial...Show More Summary
If you’ve got a dirty mouth that would make Gordon Ramsay feel ashamed, Bleep for iOS, could be the solution. Testing an app that lets you censor your swearing, because I'm a total pic.twitter.com/Gq0HaZjB2B — Mic Wright. (@brokenbottleboy)...Show More Summary
Second chances seemed to be the theme on Hell’s Kitchen last week as Gordon Ramsay decided not to send anyone home, but instead to switch a few team members around. This week, however, after the switcheroo, there was no more hiding the mistakes – it was time to own up and stop making excuses. Or […]
(All times Eastern)Gordon Ramsay heats things up on “Hell’s Kitchen” (Fox at 8 p.m.) when the final eight chefs are challenged to a blind taste test and a five-course dinner for two charitable organizations. Read full article >>
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Each week we tune in to Hell’s Kitchen, and just like Gordon Ramsay, each week we wonder when the heck both teams will be able to finish a dinner service without losing any team members. Well, guess what folks? It finally happened tonight! Yeah, we know – we’re still in shock ourselves. But with no […]
?First we eat, then we do everything else.?- M.F.K. Fisher From top-notch venues run by the likes of Heston Blumenthal and Gordon Ramsay to innovative and upcoming eateries, London is the place to go if food is your thing. We bring to you a list of some of the best restaurants of the city. Show More Summary
I'm Not Saying We Should Eat People,... Gordon Ramsay is totally against cannibalism. With that in mind, here's his favorite way to prepare "pork tenderloin". Submitted by: Amos Vernon Regular Keywords: recipe cooking grilling cannibalism Gordon Ramsay how to cook pork tenderloin how to cook people food network kitchen nightmares Views: 33
Hell's Kitchen lost Bret due to a medical condition and Adam due to bad cooking in the previous episode, leaving the men two down. Can the men come back and win the challenges in this episode of Hell's Kitchen? They think so. The ladies may think they're on a hot streak, but they may fall again. Show More Summary
Gordon Ramsay brought his terrifying and exceedingly British self to The Late Late show on Monday night. Gordon Ramsay threw The Late Late Show host James Corden and daytime TV host Julie Chen into a made-for-late-night Hell's Kitchen style competition called Hell's Cafeteria. Show More Summary
It tasted sweet.
On 'The Late Late Show' Monday, celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay revealed the grossest thing he's ever eaten. Video provided by Newsy
A seemingly run-of-the-mill restaurant review for the Guardian unearthed a tense disagreement between Gordon Ramsay and a female chef who apparently worked in several of his restaurants over a two-year period. Read more...
After visiting Jinjuu, restaurant reviewer Jay Rayner wanted to confirm some basic facts, such as the proprietor having worked in the Gordon Ramsay restaurant empire. Read the rest
"Right now the only people really making money... are the lawyers." Guardian restaurant critic Jay Rayner filed one of his strangest reviews yet yesterday and it's filled with bad fried chicken and legal drama. He set about reviewing Korean-American TV chef Judy Joo's new "glossy Korean restaurant" in London called Jinjuu. Show More Summary
Gordon Ramsay wrote the forward to the book. Here's a first look at the cover of Chicago-based chef Graham Elliot's forthcoming cookbook, Cooking Like a Master Chef: 100 Recipes to Make the Everyday Extraordinary. The book was co-written by Mary Goodbody and features a forward from Mr. Show More Summary
Chef Gordon Ramsay manages a restaurant and television empire that spans the UK, Europe, and North America. His restaurants have 14 precious Michelin Stars among them, and for more than two decades he's produced countless books and TV series. Show More Summary
When it comes to Hell's Kitchen, you are never safe. Any chef can leave early if Gordon Ramsay decides they to. And when they leave, their exit can make waves on the team, which is the case in this episode. So who has to leave the competition early and how will it impact the team?