Chef Gordon Ramsay has encountered any number of mushrooms in his career, but his latest run-in with one takes the biscuit.
Bust out your black lights! A new season of Hotel Hell is just around the corner.
Gordon Ramsay returns on Monday, July 21 at 9/8c on Fox to help a second round of hotels on the brink of closure. The problems range from the usual filthy conditions to poor management. And by poor, we mean really, truly, clueless.
You can 86 Kitchen Nightmares. Celebrity chef and reality star Gordon Ramsay announced Monday that he's closing up the restaurant renovation program that helped build his empire...
It's nearly impossible to please chef Gordon Ramsay, but the remaining nine contestants on Hell's Kitchen will certainly try.
On Thursday's episode, Ramsay tasks the chefs with creating a new dinner menu. The team with the most popular dish among the diners wins the challenge — and is safe from Ramsay's wrath.
Don't mess with Gordon Ramsay. The no-baloney supercook and restaurateur launches Season 5 of Fox's MasterChef on Monday, May 26 (8/7c) and will try to keep his cool as he takes the contestants out of the kitchen and into the field for an array of epic challenges. He gave TV Guide Magazine all the dish.
TV Guide Magazine: This season you have your competitors preparing food for hundreds of U.S. servicemen, catering a lavish beach wedding and taking command of a hot Hollywood restaurant. Isn't this a bit much for home cooks?
Ramsay: We're really pushing our people this season by making it real — not reality TV. Cooking for more than 500 Marines on a military base out in the desert would be a tall order for anyone trying to break into the restaurant trade, like the people on Hell's Kitchen, and it's even more difficult for our home cooks. We don't want them to perfect just one dish. We want them to perfect an entire Michelin-style restaurant! But those who can't take it don't make it.