Jimmy Fallon allows a lot of things on The Tonight Show, but he doesn’t allow cursing. That is something Gordon Ramsay doesn’t know how to not to do, so when he used the F-word the NBC host sent him banished him to the naughty step.
Then when The Chef was ready to continue on with the interview, he hopped on back to he couch.
Did the naughty step teach him not to use 4-letter words? Hell no, and that is why we love the MasterChef.
We are used to seeing Gordon Ramsay being mean to Chefs, MasterChefs restaurant owners and hotel owners, but when he sleeps he looks so nice. Look at him in this photo, it is like he a completely different man. One who is not as terrifying, and I am not sure I like it. I like the Chef just as he is. Tough on the outside, but yet soft on the inside.
Tonight at 8p on Fox, Gordon Ramsay goes to hotel that truly is a Hotel Hell. From the outside, The Town’s Inn in Harper’s Ferry, WV is gorgeous, but on the inside it is disgusting.
The owner is completely clueless on how bad the situation really is. She is a hoarder and there is crap all over the place. She has a room full of baskets to sell to the people who stay there, and they are covered in dust and dead bugs. It gets worse. When Ramsay goes to check into his room, he has no where to put his clothes because the armoire is full of her clothes. Which is weird because she wears the same thing over and over again. Not only doesn’t he have a place to put anything away, the room has a strange odor to it. Wait until he find out what it is. That will horrify you, but not as much as unhealthy his detector discovers it to be. Plus, there is even more of a nightmare to the room, and the owner doesn’t see how much of a health hazard it is.
If it was only the rooms it would be one thing, but the restaurant is the scariest thing we have seen on any of his shows including Kitchen Nightmares. You will never believe that people ate there and survived. It is that much of a health risk.
It is such a horror and the owner is so oblivious to it all, that he decides that this hotel is beyond his help. Will he give up on it or will he decide to come back and save it?
You will just have to tune in tonight and next week to see a challenge that is so huge it even the great Gordon Ramsay can’t do anything for it.
Gordon Ramsay has met his Achilles heel and because of that doctors recommended emergency surgery on his ruptured Achilles. The Chef successfully underwent surgery to fix the tear and is on the road to recovery. Unfortunately he is down for the count and won’t be able to participate in SoccerAid and IronMan.
He also will be on bed rest until he is well enough to walk on it. Which will probably give his wife a refresher course on how to take care of a baby as the happily married couple prepare for their fifth child.
Gordon Ramsay has stayed at some hellacious hotels, but none as horrible as the one he lodged at this week. This week he made a reservation at Home-tel James Corden and it was hell on Earth for him. The CBS late night host needs to keep his night job as The Late Late Show because running a hotel out of his house is not in the cards for him. There was only one to save this Bed & Breakfast and I agree with Ramsay’s decision.
In all seriousness, Ramsay checks into a hotel on this season of Hotel Hell that it is almost as painful as this one. I am not even kidding, just wait until the second and third episodes. That’s right it’s so bad, it needs 2 episode. Make sure to watch the season premiere on May 24th on Fox.
Yesterday on Hell’s Kitchen, Gordon Ramsay brought a living bison on to the show to introduce to the competing Chefs. He wanted them to see what they would be cooking for him in the challenge that day. I guess Jack knew that his cousins were killed in the name of television, so he decided to get his revenge on everyone. First the 12 year old took a massive pee and then followed it up with a ginormous poop. Thus, leading to Hell’s Kitchen smelling like hell.
Who had to clean up? The losing team who didn’t cook up his family as yummy as they deserved to be.
Poor Jack, I am sure Ramsay found him quite delicious after the impression he left on the carpet.
Late last night, Gordan Ramsay posted a photo (that has now been removed) and said, “Had a blast today with @christinatosi & @chefedwardlee on set @masterchefonfox.” So is Chef Lee replacing Graham Elliot, who announced he was leaving the reality competition cooking show back in December? An email to Fox has gone unanswered, so I don’t know. I am not sure if he is going to be a permanent judge or a guest one on the show, we will just have to wait until Fox announces what their plans for MasterChef and MasterChef Junior.
So who is Chef Edward Lee? The 43 year old Korean-American was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, but a trip to Louisville, Ky changed his life forever. The self-taught Chef bought the restaurant 601 Magnolia and added his own flavor to the place. Since then it has been featured in several highly regarded Cooking magazines. Lee is no stranger to television, he has been featured on Iron Chef, Top Chef and The Mind of a Chef.
Graham Elliot announced on Twitter that he is departing MasterChef and MasterChef Junior, leaving Gordon Ramsay as the only original judge on the cooking competition show.
I am sad to see him go because he brought a certain warmth to the show that the others didn’t. That and I wish it was Christina Tosi was the one who was departing, she just comes off as cold and unlikable to me.
No word who will be replacing him, but I hope it is someone who has the compassion and passion that he has.
Tonight’s MasterChef Junior on Fox at 8p is the frosting on top of your week. Mostly because the 3 Chefs will be covered in it.
Then 3 MasterChef Juniors, who won last last week’s challenge, are given a very sweet one. Jordan, Sam and Jesse have to frost 60 cupcakes in 10 minutes and the one who does the most perfectly will save their Chef from not being covered in the delicious sugary topping. When the time us up, there is only one winner. Technically 2 because one of the Chefs gets to watch his cohort get covered with pounds of frosting.
After Gordon Ramsay, Gordon Graham and Christina Tosi are cleaned up, it is time for the elimination challenge. The young Chefs need to shuck their own scallops and prepare a meal for their bosses with the sweet fish. This challenge is tougher than you think. One of the kids will have problem opening them and another will burn them in the final seconds. Will that cause them to be eliminated or will they do enough to stay in the game?
You will have to tune to find out on episode that is so sweet it will give you a cavity.
Then at 9p over at NBC, it is time for Grimm. Four foster kids, who ran away from the system, kidnapped a woman several years ago and made her their mother. When she is murdered they decide to replace them with Rosalee (Bree Turner). Now, Monroe (David Giuntoli), Nick (Silas Weir Mitchell) and Hank (Russell Hornsby) have to find her before he it is too late. Will they be able to do it? You don’t want to miss this thrilling episode to find out.
Make sure to watch the episode until the end because someone we haven’t seen in while is bacl. Do you think you know who?
MasterChef Junior is back on Fox tonight at 8p and you don’t want to miss the yummiest show on television.
Gordon Ramsay, Gordon Graham and Christina Tosi welcome 24 kids between the ages of 8-12 in to their kitchen and from day one they can cook better than most of us.
Their first task is to get their aprons from a giant Pinata of Gordon Ramsay’s head. Once they put on their aprons, it is time to cook. Their first challenge is making a burger. I highly suggest having hamburgers for dinner tonight because you will be craving one after you see what they create.
As we know there can only be one winner of that challenge, and that person decides what their competitors cook for the elimination challenge. Since this is MasterChef Junior, they come up with an interesting way to tell the kids that they have to cook with marshmallows. I didn’t know until this episode that there were so many things you could do with the sticky yummy goodness. And yet not one of them made the obvious s’mores.
After the MasterChef Seniors taste all of the dishes, it time to send some of the kids home. Out of all of the elimination shows, this is the hardest one to watch. But it is also the sweetest because when the kids are sent home, their competition gives them a hug and tells they are going to be OK. And they will be because look at all they have accomplished in the short time they have been on Planet Earth.
When it comes to the judges, I was nervous about Tosi because she is cold and mean on MasterChef. Luckily she warms up on this show, and is more likable.
But she is only a small part of this show, and the big part is the pint size chefs with a huge cookbook of recipes. The biggest dish this show serves up is a sweetness that no other show on television can cook up.
Finally, I think this year a girl is going to win it all!