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Old 01-11-2008, 03:27 AM   #196
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Excellent...which episode did you see?
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I saw two. One where he went to Dagby (?) to that restaurant/hotel that looked like it was from the 70s Too bad that head chef quit right after

And then the soul food shack place. I'm really surprised on these episodes that he pretty much actually liked the food, unlike the U.S. versions, he always hates the food
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I saw two. One where he went to Dagby (?) to that restaurant/hotel that looked like it was from the 70s Too bad that head chef quit right after

And then the soul food shack place. I'm really surprised on these episodes that he pretty much actually liked the food, unlike the U.S. versions, he always hates the food
Speaking of this, they've just started to rerun Hell's Kitchen on Food Network Canada, unedited, so we get to hear all the swearing. I've never seen HK before, so I'm really enjoying it!
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And then the soul food shack place. I'm really surprised on these episodes that he pretty much actually liked the food, unlike the U.S. versions, he always hates the food
All they do on the US version is shitty Italian places with family drama. No variety in the type of restaurant from week to week, almost.

I like how the UK version is a little more varied, and how you get to know the people in the restaurant a bit more and see how Gordon gets his hands dirty.
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Have you guys seen his wife? She is beautiful.
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Old 01-11-2008, 08:33 PM   #202
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I saw two. One where he went to Dagby (?) to that restaurant/hotel that looked like it was from the 70s Too bad that head chef quit right after

And then the soul food shack place. I'm really surprised on these episodes that he pretty much actually liked the food, unlike the U.S. versions, he always hates the food
Cool...sounds like they have episodes scattered from various seasons. That hotel ep must have been La Gondola in Derby(pronounced Darby which always can cause confusion). I remember that chef put tinned tuna on plates instead of tuna steaks... The table-side flambé was cool!
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Have you guys seen his wife? She is beautiful.
But f*ck me, she has a busy name - Cayetana (Tana) Elizabeth Hutcheson.

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Speaking of this, they've just started to rerun Hell's Kitchen on Food Network Canada, unedited, so we get to hear all the swearing. I've never seen HK before, so I'm really enjoying it!
Hells Kitchen is my favorite
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But f*ck me, she has a busy name - Cayetana (Tana) Elizabeth Hutcheson.

Yeah she is pretty..muct be nice having a man to do all the cooking in the house

Nice to see Ramsey in a suit!!
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Yeah she is pretty..muct be nice having a man to do all the cooking in the house
Men who cook
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I cook! As a matter of fact I made Irish boxty(potato-like pancakes) with a Scotch pie(that's a Canadian/Scottish meat pie) and veg....good wholesome winter food!

I'm single though and fully equipped to cook all the time.....but it sure gets tougher as you get older to meet someone!
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^ Oh really
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I cook! As a matter of fact I made Irish boxty(potato-like pancakes) with a Scotch pie(that's a Canadian/Scottish meat pie) and veg....good wholesome winter food!

I'm single though and fully equipped to cook all the time.....but it sure gets tougher as you get older to meet someone!
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Dammit, she beat me by like 3 minutes. A day late, a buck short...sigh.
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