During last night's Kitchen Nightmares, Fox aired a commercial for the upcoming season of Hell's Kitchen with a funny compilation of clips with Gordon Ramsay yelling, "Oh my God!" over and over. Hell's Kitchen is tough to watch, especially as the caliber of contestants keeps dropping from season to season, but it starts January 29th! [...]
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John Hodgman took questions from New York Times readers, and his answers have started to appear, including this brilliant analysis of New York City grocery stores:
Question: In my time in New York, I’ve noticed native New Yorkers say “on line” instead of “in line.” As in, I’m at the grocery store waiting “on line.” Do [...]
In last night's Hell's Kitchen, Gordon Ramsay got so angry, that all of a sudden, in the middle of a tirade, he put his jacket on without anyone noticing. Bad editing? Or black magic!?
From Publisher's Marketplace:
Top Chef Chicago's Spike Mendelsohn has sold THE GOOD STUFF COOKBOOK, based on the comfort food cuisine of his Washington D.C.-based restaurant, The Good Stuff Eatery, to Justin Schwartz at Wiley, in a nice deal, for publication in Spring 2010, by Jon Malysiak at the Jonathan Scott (World).
A "nice deal" in PMspeak [...]
Upcycled Neck Sausage Links by KnitStorm: How else can you walk down the street, proclaim your love of meat, and keep warm, all at the same time? 65 bucks!
Brian Malarkey (of Top Chef season three) working as a private chef for a party on The Real Housewives of Orange County is a Bravo reality series crossover of truly epic proportions.
Having been a contestant on Top Chef sure brings new and exciting opportunities!
Oh Marian Burros, the citizens of Washington, D.C. are not happy with you.
Burros wrote a flufftastic roundup for Politico in which she attempts to track down the top 10 eateries in our nation's capital with two companions, "admitted food snobs and dyed-in-the-wool New Yorkers, [who] have never liked any Washington restaurant I have introduced [...]