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Reuven
06-12-2012, 05:02 PM
I don't like how Robert treats some of the people he is trying to help, and for some reason I just don't believe they actually turn around the entire restaurant in just 2 days as the show says they do.

OK, it might be a %$#%^$ rip-off of #$@$ Gordon @$#% Ramsey, but at least Irving's not @$#@ in the @#*#% owner's face $#@% covering him or her with $%$## spittle whilst he #%#@ tears them a $%@* new one. ;)

Sorry, couldn't resist a little fun at Gordon's expense.

Jenny
06-12-2012, 05:50 PM
Can't stand that foul mouthed ass. Refuse to watch his shows, buy his books and will never, ever eat in one of his restaurants.

rjblue
06-12-2012, 10:44 PM
The best "reality" cooking shows are both Australian. Masterchef Australia is almost nothing like its American rip-off. Every day the contestants cook amazing food, with supportive judges and friendly competition and great challenges. I learn so much about cooking techniques and creative ways to prepare things. It airs 6 days a week in Australia, and I love it so much I find it online and download it almost every day.

And another cooking show they air is My Kitchen Rules, which is almost as good.