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Old 07-27-2010, 12:28 PM   #1
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Master Chef - with Gordon Ramsay

Starts tonight after Hells' Kitchen. Anything with Gordon in it, I'm all over it.

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Talented home cooks begin their quest to be real chefs in the opener of the series that has them competing for $250,000 and the chance to publish their own cookbook. Their culinary creations will be judged by chefs Gordon Ramsay and Graham Elliot Bowles, and restaurateur Joe Bastianich.
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Old 07-27-2010, 01:05 PM   #2
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Yeah, I'll give it a try. Do you think he'll call anyone a donkey, or does he reserve that for the "professionals" on Hell's Kitchen?
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Gordon has a new show!?

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Old 07-27-2010, 06:01 PM   #4
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Do you think he'll call anyone a donkey
I hope so
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Yeah, I'll give it a try. Do you think he'll call anyone a donkey, or does he reserve that for the "professionals" on Hell's Kitchen?

I think we will see a tamer side of the Chef.
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Chef Ramsay-tame?
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Old 07-27-2010, 07:24 PM   #7
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if you want Hell's Kitchen


this ain't it

read it and weep

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Ramsay raced around the corner to find out what had gone wrong. And the contestant went white, visibly bracing himself for a tongue-lashing.

But it never came.

"What a waste," Ramsay said, no anger in his voice, just regret: "It was perfectly cooked."

What??? No screaming? No throwing of bacon? No calling anyone a "donkey" or a "doughnut"?
"That wouldn't be fair … you have to keep in mind that these are not professionals," Ramsay said.

OK. Who kidnapped "Hell's Kitchen's" overlord and replaced him with this touch-y, feel-y version of Gordon Ramsay?

Ramsay claims that his hot temper on exhibit in "Hell's Kitchen" is more the exception than the rule — but you rarely see his calmer side because it doesn't make for good TV.
He said the contestants on "Hell's Kitchen" can take it, and they volunteer for it, all in a bid to earn a high-paying gig at a restaurant where pressure is part of the job.

The contestants on "MasterChef" are different.
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I'm watching it right now
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I dont like the bald judge guy.
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It was a good show.

That bald judge was a cocky sob
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Old 07-28-2010, 01:46 AM   #11
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I dont know about you guys but I would not make 'mac n cheese' for Gordon Ramsay.
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it's a good show. seems to me to be a shame that they got Ramsey to host it though, it doesn't need an attention grabber for a host.
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I liked it well enough that I'll keep watching. But that first guy they put through (the one they said moves like a chef) - come on, no way he doesn't have some kind of cooking background beyond just home cooking. They listed his profession as "server". Yeah, he "serves" people food he cooks in a restaurant. Mac n Cheese guy may have gone too simple for the show, but at least you can tell he's a non-industry guy who likes to cook, which is what I thought the show was supposed to be about. Put that other guy on Hell's Kitchen.
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Bald guy judge was a donkey! heavy guy judge was a chef on Top Chef Masters. the last guy they put through that made the soup thing...just for drama
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it's a good show. seems to me to be a shame that they got Ramsey to host it though, it doesn't need an attention grabber for a host.
I saw a thread in here for Master Chef Australia. Has it been around long? I think this is the first one ever for U.S.

I agree it seems like a good show but for me its a nice bonus that Ramsay is one of the judges.
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