Tonight when Hell's Kitchen airs, the remaining 15 chefs will compete. It will be more difficult than ever to stay in the game, since Chef Ramsay is not patient at all this season. If someone goofs up, they're thrown out of the kitchen. As usual, the two teams will face off in a challenge early in the day. They'll be required to make eggs four ways. The team with the most properly cooked eggs will win a tour of Los Angeles by helicopter! The losing team will have penalty work to do. Then, during the dinner service one chef gets into an argument with Chef Ramsay that could take that person's team right down the drain. I can't wait to find out who it is this time! Hell's Kitchen airs on FOX at 8pm tonight. Source Here
Forget Shrek. The summer's really entertaining donkeys are the poor souls serving under Gordon Ramsay this season. For round 6 of the blue-plate Top Chef, Fox has assembled another posse of Risotto-challenged chuckleheads who are sure to fire up our favorite foul-mouth with their rampant kitchen incompetence. In Tuesday's opener alone, we got Sous Chef Jamie serving him Chicken Kiev complete with a side of toothpick, Scott the Executive Chef Amongst Cooks preparing a "rather pathetic" duck-breast entrÃ©e, and single-mom Nilka nearly killing the master cook with her sweet and spicy wings (half a bottle of Tabasco? Really, hon?). But our fave so far is freaky Farmer Andrew. Deemed "the Hell's Kitchen Hannibal Lecter," the crazy-eyed foodie claims to love raw meat and bragged about his slaughtering skills. Should be interesting to see if he has the stomach for all of Ramsay's screaming...not to mention any other body parts he might want to store in those walk-in coolers he covets so much. What did you think of this clueless crew? Source Here
Flying halibut bits, a farmer and one very angry chef belting "Raw, raw, raw!" Tonight's premiere of the seventh season of Hell's Kitchen promises to offer up plenty of the old shenanigans -- chefs bungling up, Gordon Ramsay throwing a fit, diners waiting forever for their dinner - and then some, considering that the contestants seemed to be an "uneven" group of contestants this season, says the New York Daily News. But before we go to the contestants, last season's winner Dave Levey, aka one-arm bandit, is no longer head chef for Araxi, citing "other commitments." After the jump, the contestants for this season of Hell's Kitchen, a bunch that includes a farmer, a culinary instructor, a pizzeria chef, and a chef who has cooked for Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore, among others: To Read More Click Here .