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'Masterchef': Gordon Ramsay appreciates (and feeds) firefighters

On a warm, sunny February day in front of City Hall in Pasadena, Calif., there's a lot of smoke and some fire, but the fire trucks and firefighters on hand aren't there to douse anything -- unless it's hunger pangs.On Wednesday's (June 12) episode of FOX's "Masterchef," the amateur cooks vying for the prize are busy whipping up a steak dinner for 101 assembled firefighters. They're eating in a parking lot, but it's at a long table with a proper tablecloth, china, silver and decorations.To chef Gordon Ramsay -- who shares judging duties with fellow culinary experts Graham Elliot and Joe Bastianich -- it's no less than these brave men and women deserve."At Sepulveda Boulevard [in Los Angeles], next to the Getty Center, literally 100 meters from my house, I was stranded on that freeway. Fires were spreading rapidly. That's when I saw these guys in proper, true action, just how responsive they are and... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/06/masterchef-gordon-ramsay-appreciates-and-feeds-firefighters.html