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‘This is the worst kitchen I’ve ever worked in’- Chef Trent Garvey to Hell’s Kitchen teammates

ST. LOUIS– Chef Trent Garvey sounded off in Monday’s episode of Hell’s Kitchen: Young Guns and called his team out for their screw ups in the kitchen.

“This is the worst, the worst kitchen I’ve ever worked in, like people talking to each other, timing,” said Chef Garvey on Monday night’s show.

Garvey says for the first few episodes he didn’t want to say anything stupid and just wanted to learn, but then he says he just couldn’t take it anymore.

He went off on Antonio telling him he wasn’t really leading and pointing out his mistakes. Chef Garvey then

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Cancer Kills Celebrity Chef Mark Peel At 66: Star-Studded Spago, La Brea Bakery, Campanile – Kitchen Pal Of Wolfgang Puck, Alice Waters


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Mark Peel, one of Los Angeles’ most influential chefs, co-founder of La Brea Bakery and Campanile and chef at star-studded Spago — died Sunday of cancer at 66.

Peel began his illustrious career in 1975 under the tutelage of Wolfgang Puck at Ma Maison — famed for its most frequent patron, Orson Welles.

In 1979, as the Los Angeles fine dining scene was still in its infancy, Peel joined the opening team at another landmark, Michael’s, the namesake restaurant of Michael McCarty, which until recently, was located a block north of Wilshire

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Duluth chef makes debut on ‘Hell’s Kitchen’

Matthew Francis’ signature dish is the cioppino he made when he first came out to his family, the chef explained on the first episode of “Hell’s Kitchen: Young Guns,” which aired on FOX-TV Sunday, and one that has continued to be meaningful in his life.

Francis, a 2013 graduate of Denfeld High School, described the seafood dish as having a “special place in my heart.”

In the time crunch of the 45-minute challenge, he forgot to clean the shrimp — a gaffe that earned him just two out of a possible five points for his team and a quip from

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White House Chef Reveals Presidents’ Favorite Comfort Foods

  • Chef Andre Rush worked as a White House chef under four presidents.
  • Donald Trump was known for his love of fast food, but Rush said he didn’t eat it every day.
  • The Obamas celebrated birthdays with red velvet cake, and George W. Bush loved barbecue.
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Serving as president of the United States is one of the most stressful jobs in the world. It’s no wonder that those who occupy the Oval Office often turn to comfort food.

“I cannot remember one [president] that didn’t particularly just like comfort food,” Chef Andre Rush,

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Chef Gene Gonzalez bares kitchen hacks in new FYE Channel show

Chef Gene said the show seeks to provide answers for people’s unanswered cooking queries due to their fear of being tagged as ‘naïve’ or ‘ignorant’ in the kitchen.

Coffee home brewing 101 on “Feel at Home with Chef Gene’s” 1st episode

 
Renowned chef and entrepreneur Gene Gonzalez takes his decades-long culinary wisdom online through his upcoming digital show “Feel at Home with Chef Gene” on FYE Channel via the kumu app beginning May 7 (Friday) at 9 pm.
 
The founder of Center for Asian Culinary Studies and one of Manila’s finest restaurant Café Ysabel said the show seeks to provide

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