We’re getting down to it now and as we dig a little deeper each week, the flaws of the chefs really start booming to the front. It’s still amazing to me that they just cut Lacey, who had to scream out, “I can’t cook meat”, to be let go.
We still have plenty of chefs there who have about as much business being on the show as I do being the America’s next top model. Andrea and Carol kept fighting from the end of last show into the start of this one. There is nothing like two people who are horrible at something and fighting about it. We both pretty much suck, but you suck worse then I do, so you should leave. In reality neither one has any business being there and both should go back to making macaroni and cheese at Denny’s. Continue reading
This last week on Hells Kitchen, we got what everyone has been waiting for. Lacey was removed after failing at the meat station. My question is, why was she ever on the show? Shouldn’t they only have people on there who are real chefs? She works a buffet line at catering gigs. She was clueless for so many different things and it seemed like the only thing she could do was make origami swans. She was by far the weakest of all the chefs, so she definitely needed to go.
At the same time, it’s amazing to me how human nature works. These other chefs, on both teams, act as if they are trying to help her, but the way they help and the way they act is more in the negative then the positive. Sure she was a pain in the ass, didn’t know very much and was dramatic. But you make it worse when you treat her like the fat kid who sucks at kickball. We all know how well harping, nagging, and berating, work as human reinforcement devices. Anyway enough human sociology. By the way, for a fat person she wasn’t very jolly. We are a very jolly people. Continue reading
This last Thursday on Hells Kitchen we finally get to see another weak ass chef get booted off in the middle of the service. J apparently not only serves the ass of the lettuce in his salads, but he also can’t seem to cook rice. Which kinda makes us wonder why he’s on the show? You have to figure one of the qualifications for a semi-credible chef would be cooking pasta and rice these things are essentially just boiling absorbent materials in water.
- Get ready cause in 5 seconds my ass is getting kicked out.
J messed up the rice for everyone and then goes on to put his own special spin on fish by burning it consistently. Maybe burnt fish is the special dish in his town. On a bed of overcooked rice. Ramsey forehead vein explodes as he sends J out of Hells Kitchen. J vows to take all he has learned to his own restaurant where he will rein victorious serving us all the burnt fish and lettuce ass we can eat. Continue reading
So on Hells Kitchen we lost another weak chef. Another 8 weak chefs to go. Coi goes home in another exchange with Chef Ramsey that leaves the weaker cook on the line. Coi was a weak chef, but Andrea does more damage to a brigade. Andrea acts like a leader and attempts to lead. The problem with being a weak chef and trying to be a leader is that nobody respects you, or follows you, and you just end up looking like an ass. Andrea is way to weak to lead. I still argue that the majority of these chefs are weak. The few good cooks keep quiet, trying to stay off Ramsey’s radar. Not enough crying and misery in this episode. Ramsey needs to step it up. Continue reading
It’s time for the weekly buffet of everything EatmeCalifornia. This week I had a lot going on so I’m not going to be as long winded as usual. Though typically Brian is the more verbose of this duo, (mostly because he knows more big words then I do). Continue reading
So tonight, on this gorgeous Sunday, I wanted to rest up the pallet a bit and give you a buffet of items I have on my A-Team TV tray.
First off who’s watching Hells Kitchen? Do you have a favorite chef? I kinda feel chef-wise this seems like a weak group. I love watching people cry though. I think it stems from some repressed anger from second grade, but my favorite part of these shows isn’t the food; it’s the stress, ridicule, sadness, and the sheer awesomeness of watching somebody completely break down inside. For those watching, they finally got rid of Seth who I am not sure could hack it at Burger King. After watching Top Chef I feel like there is a complete lack of culinary talent on this show. I just gotta hope people keep crying. Continue reading