Berks native competes on 'Hell's Kitchen

Berks native competes on 'Hell's Kitchen

There are 11 comments on the The Morning Call story from Feb 4, 2009, titled Berks native competes on 'Hell's Kitchen. In it, The Morning Call reports that:

Andrea Heinly, a Reading-area native and contender in the ''Hell's Kitchen'' culinary reality show, joins 14 other chefs taking the heat from star Chef Gordon Ramsay, when the season's second episode airs 9-10 ...

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real life

Schnecksville, PA

#1 Feb 4, 2009
Chef Ramsey is a tool, who would be fired in real-life if he treated staff the way he does. No chef would survive in today's hospitality environment acting like the toal a-hole he is.
Bunch of cry babies

Allentown, PA

#2 Feb 4, 2009
So I guess she did not win, if she is working at this place. Thanks MC for giving that away.
actual cook once

Roseland, NJ

#3 Feb 4, 2009
real life wrote:
Chef Ramsey is a tool, who would be fired in real-life if he treated staff the way he does. No chef would survive in today's hospitality environment acting like the toal a-hole he is.
Actually your a tool my friend because if you've ever worked in a kitchen the kitchen manager and order expidtor are yelling to get the job done. AND at that, it is imperitive to comunicate. your not making toast, rather a multi course meal and it takes different lengths of time to put things together.

You want a quite kitchen then go to Mcdonalds, thats all you can afford in schneckville anyway
BBB

Englewood Cliffs, NJ

#4 Feb 4, 2009
real life wrote:
Chef Ramsey is a tool, who would be fired in real-life if he treated staff the way he does. No chef would survive in today's hospitality environment acting like the toal a-hole he is.
Well, the last time I checked we are living in real life. We are not in the Matrix or some parallel dimension. And considering that Gordon Ramsay has got to be one of the most famous chefs on the planet, then I say bring on the toolbox.
real life

Schnecksville, PA

#5 Feb 4, 2009
I've opened 8 luxury hotels from the ground up and hired chefs in Houston, Tampa, DC, NY, NJ, and the Lehigh valley. I know how a kitchen operates. If you put up with that kind of behavior in your kitchen, you are a fool.
actual cook once wrote:
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Actually your a tool my friend because if you've ever worked in a kitchen the kitchen manager and order expidtor are yelling to get the job done. AND at that, it is imperitive to comunicate. your not making toast, rather a multi course meal and it takes different lengths of time to put things together.
You want a quite kitchen then go to Mcdonalds, thats all you can afford in schneckville anyway
Are you Serious

Greensboro, NC

#6 Feb 6, 2009
Bunch of cry babies wrote:
So I guess she did not win, if she is working at this place. Thanks MC for giving that away.
I can't believe you guys ruined the fact that she obviously didnt win the job in Atlantic City if she is going to be working in Reading. I was really rooting for her but now I know she obviously didn't win. The Morning Call is a bunch of jerks
Spider Jerusalem

Philadelphia, PA

#7 Feb 6, 2009
Are you Serious wrote:
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I can't believe you guys ruined the fact that she obviously didnt win the job in Atlantic City if she is going to be working in Reading. I was really rooting for her but now I know she obviously didn't win. The Morning Call is a bunch of jerks
lol.. i thought the same thing..
Ringer

Allentown, PA

#8 Feb 6, 2009
actual cook once wrote:
<quoted text>
Actually your a tool my friend because if you've ever worked in a kitchen the kitchen manager and order expidtor are yelling to get the job done. AND at that, it is imperitive to comunicate. your not making toast, rather a multi course meal and it takes different lengths of time to put things together.
You want a quite kitchen then go to Mcdonalds, thats all you can afford in schneckville anyway
Not to mention WHO would fire him he owns the place if you dont like the yelling get another JOB!
janice

Makati, Philippines

#9 Feb 14, 2009
I believe in tough love and Gordon has that exuding air of hard earned confidence that gives him the right to yell at the contenders to shape them up like the man he is today. He's not all that bad, he showed us his "tender" side with the compassion that he showed to Ji in the surprising twist in the 2nd episode's elimination. And letting Ji keep her jacket was so classy of him. What Ji did was very noble though which made me admire her more and I hope that they would bring her back to the show. I found that she has a web site, http://www.chefji.com with photos and you can email and even vote as to whether to have her back to the show!
Litter

Blairsville, PA

#10 Mar 9, 2009
blah blah blah
Jason

Bethlehem, PA

#11 Mar 9, 2009
ANYONE who watches this show is MOST DEFINITELY a tool. And that is a fact JACK.

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