Hell’s Kitchen Season 7 Episode 3 – Hell’s Kitchen season 7 episode 3 aired last night on Fox network. Originally 16 talented chefs were competing to become Executive Chef at Gordon Ramsay’s new restaurant at the Savoy Hotel in London, England.But after two weeks behind the stoves Stacey and the very dramatic Andrew (to make some noise he decided to up and quite) and flamboyant Mikey had to fold their aprons.
So in this week’s installment the 13 cooks who seemed brave enough to not crumble in front of Chef Ramsay went back to the kitchen to try to impress the evil man with the butter knife who is constantly cursing,yelling,insulting and belittling his fellow culinarians.
The competitors were split in two groups with the task of preparing a new dish.
The blue team picked halibut, endive, salsify, crab, peas and bacon while the red one selected beets, shallots, mango, ham, turnips & duck.
Here is the recap of the heated episode:
Autumn might not be able to salt water and Jason can’t cook chicken, but, again, it’s the risotto that will get you every time. So farewell, Mikey with the spiky hair. Ta-ta, too, to thin-skinned Andrew, who jumped before Gordo could push him. But then, as things ended last week, Gordo seemed to want to push all of them out the door (or maybe a helicopter). In this episode, dessert-challenged ladies’ man Salvatore had better watch his step. It’s the first of a string of two-hour episodes, and the USC Marching Band and Song Girls are waiting to be fed. Hope they’re not too hungry.
Overall it was a very exiting episode where the challenges were very well put together and as always the drama was a bit over bearing.We were stunned that neither Autumn not Scott was booted of ,we were also agreeable surprised by Autumn and Scott dishes.
So far no one is really standing out -so we are staring the question this election.
Hopefully next week we will see someone pop out of the bunch.
What are your thoughts on the episode?
That’s all we have for now on Hell’s Kitchen Season 7 Episode 3.*Sponsored Links*