“Kitchen Nightmares” nightmare Scottsdale restaurant Amy’s Baking Co. reopened Tuesday, but getting insider info on the event is about as easy as getting Eric Holder to turn over documents. Read More
Gordon Ramsay is, shall we say, “outspoken,” so it’s no surprise that he would diss fellow British chef Jamie Oliver for being fat, lecherous and smelly, according to the London Evening Standard. Read More
One of the perks of being a celebrity chef is that you get to put your name on chintzy cookware sets (Gordon Ramsay) or lackluster frozen food (Wolfgang Puck) and beef up your bank account even more.
Maybe that’s why Guy Fieri was so pumped when he won “The Next Food Network Star,” which has indeed made him a household name with his shows “Guy’s Big Bite” and “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives.” Read More
Ah, celebs. Can’t live with them, can’t build a fort in their trees and use a high-powered lens to incessantly stalk them.
Let’s compare and contrast Angelina Jolie and Madonna, shall we? Both women reacted in their own inimitable ways to the terrible news that the Taliban had shot Malala Yousafzai, a teenage activist in Pakistan. Read More
Fear not, struggling San Francisco restaurants, reality television is on the way.“Kitchen Nightmares,” a Fox show featuring chef Gordon Ramsay, is taking nominations from the public and restaurants owners to be featured on the next season. Each episode takes on one restaurant, and Ramsay’s advice on how it can overcome issues of poor food or service, a dwindling customer base or just competition in hard economic times. Read More