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AHT on TV: Damon, Katie, and Farley on 'Kitchen Nightmares' Tonight

The lovely and talented Katie Robbins dined with me and taco titan Farley Elliot broke burgers with some Yelp reviewers for the reopening of Burger Kitchen. It's being pitched as "most intense Kitchen Nightmares of the year." The first installment aired last Friday and tonight is the conclusion which includes the a reworked Burger Kitchen menu, staff, and interior. More

Know Any Failing Restaurants For Gordon Ramsay's 'Kitchen Nightmares' Show?

Fox's Kitchen Nightmares is looking for bad-shape restaurants that need Gordon Ramsay's magic hands. Aren't all restaurants in less-than-good-shape right now with diners so freaked about the economy? Maybe this season Fox will receive a record number of submissions. The casting directors sound pretty anxious. From an e-mail: "PLEASE CONTACT US IMMEDIATELY." Struggling restaurateurs should send the following info to Twinsworld1@aol.com: name, contact info (including phone number), restaurant name, location (city/state), type of cuisine, your specialty, how many seats you have, how long you have been open, photos or website if available, and why you need Ramsay's help. "The MORE INFO THE BETTER."... More

Gordon Ramsay Cooks with Fox Two More Seasons

Gordon Ramsay got the thumbs-up from Fox to produce another two seasons of Hell’s Kitchen and Kitchen Nightmares. The network is even considering a third series. Fox's president of alternative programming Mike Darnell told Variety that Ramsay is as much of a Fox personality staple as Simon Cowell and Hugh Laurie. They consider him so good, they're even putting Kitchen Nightmares at a time slot competitive with Grey’s Anatomy and CSI.... More

Gordon Ramsay Getting Sued For £500,000

Former restaurant manager Martin Hyde was left red-faced after his restaurant, Dillons, was featured on Gordon Ramsay's "Kitchen Nightmares" last season, and is now suing the celebrity chef for £500,000 (almost $990,000) for having ruined his career and reputation. Mr Hyde, who lived in Balham, South London, before moving to New York more than a decade ago, said he now lives in fear of being recognised as "that loser from the Ramsay kitchen show". "Being ridiculed by Gordon Ramsay on TV has wrecked my life," he said. 'Gordon completely assassinated my character. "My reputation is in tatters and nobody wants to employ me. I've only managed to watch it once - because it is like watching myself getting mugged." Hyde... More

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