Cleaner82 - 2008-07-09 Delightfully abusive, and actually profane! It's unfortunate I don't watch network TV.
No it's not.
mouser - 2008-07-09 I had to watch a couple of clips off youtube, having never seen that show.
While this particular contestant's dish looked utterly terrible, if not planted, I'll have to admit he had balls to even propose that.
-1 for the complete douche bag of a chef.
longwinded - 2008-07-09 Isn't he one of the final two?
DK1987 - 2008-07-09 Gordon Ramsay is awesome when he got pissed off at this guy and called him a fucking donkey
StanleyPain - 2008-07-09 I'm curious why the network bothers with the whole cooking set up excuse and all the money it probably costs to do so. It would be way cheaper to just have Ramsay stand out on street corners screaming "FUCK ME SENSELESS OH FUCK SHIT FUCK CUNT WANKER FUCK!" at everyone walking by and it would STILL have all the usual people watching.
JimL2 - 2010-12-26 "there's a cornish hen inside..."
JimL2 - 2010-12-26 HEN IN A PUMPKIN WITH DECONSTRUCTED FRENCH FRIES
JimL2 - 2010-12-26 he instinctively looked around when he uncovered the dish because he was trying to figure out if the production staff was pranking him
JimL2 - 2010-12-26 HEN IN A PUMPKIN, -. WE PUT A CORNISH GAME HEN INSIDE A PUMPKIN AND THEN SORT OF COOK IT UNTIL IT'S GREASY-LOOKING. SERVED ON A BED OF BROWNED POTATOES SOAKED IN BUTTER UNTIL LIMP AND LEAVES OF BASIL OR SOMETHING.
JimL2 - 2010-12-26 "The culinary elite are calling it 'the new sandwich'--an entire, de-boned cornish hen stuffed inside of a pumpkin. 'It's great for light meals and on-the-go snacking,' says local chef Reginald Winedrinker. 'And it reminds me of the olden times... you know like that nursery rhyme, about the guy's wife. ... I think a knight would probably eat one of these.'"