Thursday, September 20, 2007

Kitchen Nightmares


Last night was the beginning of Kitchen Nightmares. Since you know that I am in love with Chef Ramsey, I had to check it out. The premise is that Chef Ramsey will assist a struggling restaurant by offering management and menu advice, new equipment and a bag of British insults.

The show last night showed Peter's, a NY restaurant, in sad sad shape. Actually, parts of the show were pretty disgusting. It makes you wonder what is in the kitchen of your favorite restaurant. I'm sure I DON'T WANT TO KNOW! By the way, if you ever find yourself eating out too much and you just can't help yourself, do some searches on your local health authority website. Trust me, it was enough to deter me from many!

If you like staring at Chef Ramsey, this is a great show to watch. If you are just looking for silly and mindless entertainment, check it out! Wednesday nights on FOX! :)

6 comments:

Bonita said...

I never knew you could investigate a restaurant this way...way to go! I've worked over a decade in food handling, and nursing homes were also suspect, with personnel who just didn't comply with regulations and codes. I saw a lot. It was a shame.

Jan said...

I watched it too -- I'm a big fan of Hell's Kitchen and have to admit, that despite the potty mouth, I like Chef Ramsey! It was pretty gross there at times in that kitchen!

Sabrina said...

Darn! I missed it! I have been looking forward to this new show of his because I find him hilarious! I hope they encore it next week.

Jori said...

Yikes! I am always so worried about dirty eating establishments. Thanks for the tip, I am going to check out the health authority website.

MrsGrumpy said...

I will do that. I've been trying to find new shows to watch this season. I was a waitress for all of 28 days when I was 19 and it pretty much put me off of restaurants for a while. Thank you so much for your words of encouragement and your support.

Alex Hall said...

I loved "Hell's Kitchen." Unfortunately, (or fortunately, depending on how you look at it) we don't really get television service out here. Oh well.