Kinda get tired of the "hiding the apron" thing...it works about once, for me. And really sad about bringing those small town people almost like they're making fun of them. Overall, though, I like this show!
I've pretty much given up on Hell's Kitchen, making MasterChef the only Ramsey show I'm watching. Some of these cooks are interesting, but I can't help but wonder if any of the cooks who didn't get their own segments will make it past the next round (which was the onion dicing, I think?).
Revenge is ice cream.
I stopped watching a long time ago but tuned in this season to see if anything had changed. And no, not even the menu! Beef Wellington was big in the 60's and I have not seen it on a menu since or even talked about on any cooking show or chef anywhere. I don't get it. I stopped watching because of the yelling and choice of ridiculous chefs that supposedly win an executive chef position in one of his restaurants. No way, never.
I like Master Chef, a lot.
I don't see the blind woman getting very far. A timed challenge of chopping onions, producing unform results, seems impossible to accomplish.
I wanted to fall face first into that clam pizza! It looked so good.
I like the way each contestant cooks their food just before they go in front the judges and have 5 minutes for finishing touches. They are eating fresh food. On other cooking competitions it is clear the judges are tasting cold food, Next Food Network Star to name one.
And of course since this is for entertainment they have to include some weirdos. I expect that. The guy who cooked the venison may surprise us by making it farther than we think.
All I wanted was a 45, a stinking 45 - the record or the gun. I'd even settle for the damn malt liquor. - Al Bundy.
Risotto takes about 30 minutes to cook and you cannot leave it. It has to be stirred constantly. There are obviously tricks to pre cook to a certain point in the restaurant business but not sure how that is done.
I'm done with HK - it's too boring and predictable. I hate hearing the self-aggrandizing contestant's grovel for their positions at the end.
I had Beef Wellington exactly 1 time in my life - on a Carnival Cruise circa mid-90s. It was delicious! The meat was so tender I could cut it with a butter knife.
I hope they do the onion challenge - that's one of my favorite parts.
Women are Angels.
And when someone breaks our wings, we simply continue to fly...usually on a broomstick.
We are flexible like that.