29.5.04

Kitchen hell

For those of you who have been asleep for the past week, Gordon Ramsay has taken 10 very minor 'celebrities', and is attempting to run a professional kitchen serving 72 diners for two weeks. Hell's Kitchen is turning out to be unmissable telly. To be honest, it would be equally good if Mr Ramsay was taking 10 random people off the street and teaching them how to cook in two weeks, but I suppose they have to have some 'celebrity' element to pull in the punters. If you've ever wondered what the hell Belinda Carlisle and Matt Goss got up to after the 1980s, now you know.

It's certainly an insight into how life in a professional kitchen works. And it's enough to put you off dreaming of ever opening a restaurant...I think if I ever go down that route, it'll be a cake shop!

5 Comments:

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