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Hell’s Kitchen ist eine deutsche Koch-Castingshow, die von dem Koch Frank Rosin geleitet wird. Teilnehmer sind Prominente, die jeden Tag ein Menü zubereiten müssen. Die Show basiert auf einer gleichnamigen britischen Show. Frank Rosin schickt 11 Promis in die Koch-Hölle - ab 7. Mai in SAT Staffel 1 • Episode 6 • • © Sat Jetzt wird es spannend! Das große Finale von Hell's Kitchen steht an! Bevor die Promis jedoch auf eine letzte. Übersetzung im Kontext von „hell's kitchen“ in Englisch-Deutsch von Reverso Context: I was raised in a shanty town in hell's kitchen. Übersetzung für 'Hell's kitchen' im kostenlosen Englisch-Deutsch Wörterbuch von LANGENSCHEIDT – mit Beispielen, Synonymen und Aussprache.
Übersetzung für 'Hell's kitchen' im kostenlosen Englisch-Deutsch Wörterbuch von LANGENSCHEIDT – mit Beispielen, Synonymen und Aussprache. Vorgehen, Qualifikation, Motivation, Niveau und auch Lautstärkepegel liegen also im US-Original von Hell's Kitchen völlig anders. Rosin dagegen kämpft auf. Many translated example sentences containing "Hell's Kitchen" – German-English dictionary and search engine for German translations. Hell's Kitchen Restaurant at Caesars Palace  . Rock Harper. This concept, however, has faded away over time due to the contestants sometimes making nominations based on personal bias rather than kitchen performance. Source programJuly 7, For read article services, the chefs are expected to work their station appetizers, meat, fish, or Lee Selby on the kitchen line to prepare food in coordination with their teammates and to Read more high standards for quality and presentation. Season 10 winner Christina Wilson is the current sous chef for the Red Team with Season 7 runner-up Jason "Jay" Santos set to takeover for Jocky as the Blue Team's sous chef in the upcoming nineteenth and twentieth seasons. Jason Thompson is the narrator. The Manhattan Company. Retrieved August 20,
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Born in Hell's Kitchen when that New York neighborhood still warranted that rough-and-tumble epithet, the year-old heavyweight was the son of immigrants whose bloodlines and hardscrabble woes traced back to Ireland.
American Culture in the s , p. Edinburgh University Press , Accessed October 31, Some challenges have been full breakfast or lunch services, where the team completing the service first is declared the winner.
The winning team or chef receives a reward a recreational activity away from Hell's Kitchen and other potential prizes , while the losing team or chefs are forced to do a mundane task, such as cleaning the kitchens, preparing a specific ingredient for the following dinner, having to prepare the food for both kitchens, and sometimes eating something unsavory such as food waste blended into a smoothie for lunch.
For dinner services, the chefs are expected to work their station appetizers, meat, fish, or garnish on the kitchen line to prepare food in coordination with their teammates and to Ramsay's high standards for quality and presentation.
Dinner service is for about guests volunteers for the show , with each diner expecting to receive an appetizer, an entree, and a dessert, although the desserts are overlooked for most services.
The chefs are given menus and recipe books by Ramsay to study and memorize, which include some of Ramsay's more difficult dishes including risotto and Beef Wellington.
The chefs spend several hours before each service preparing their ingredients. Menus may be customized for a specific dinner service, such as ethnic-themed dishes or plates that resulted from the earlier challenge.
Some seasons feature a service allowing for the teams to develop their own menus, which are reviewed by Ramsay for quality and presentation beforehand.
Later episodes may feature a private dinner service, where each team must serve a five course meal to 12 guests, with each member leading their teammates to prepare one course.
Dinner services may include additional challenges. A chef from each team may be asked to serve a table-side meal for their team, serve celebrities sitting at the kitchen's chef's table , or act as a server for the evening taking and fulfilling orders.
After the chefs are on a single black team, the last dinner service before the finale usually has each chef run the pass as a test of their quality control, including deliberate mistakes made by the sous chefs or Ramsay himself.
During a service, Ramsay demands that all orders for each course for a table go out together, and will send back entire orders if one item is improperly prepared, such as being over- or undercooked or not seasoned correctly, although he may send out incomplete orders to urge the chefs to get it together.
While the chefs are in two teams, Ramsay is assisted by two trusted sous-chefs , each monitoring one of the kitchens, demanding the same standards and alerting Ramsay to any issues.
Ramsay's goal is to complete every dinner service, but exceptionally poor kitchen performance by one or both teams will cause him to close their respective halves of the kitchen early and send them back to the dorms, thus ending the dinner service immediately.
Ramsay may also evict individual chefs from the kitchen based on repeated poor performances during a service, and on rare occasions once every two seasons on average , may eliminate a chef on the spot.
Chefs may also walk out when under pressure from Ramsay, which more often than not will lead to their withdrawal from the show.
Once the dinner service is complete, Ramsay gathers everyone in the kitchen, announces which team is the losing team, and directs them to select two members of their team as nominees for elimination.
It is possible that both teams are declared losers, or a different number of chefs may be requested for nomination.
In some cases, Ramsay has named both teams winners, but still requires them to each nominate someone for elimination.
This is a group consensus, but Ramsay may occasionally name a chef "best of the worst" or "best of the best" on their team and instruct them to choose the nominees.
This concept, however, has faded away over time due to the contestants sometimes making nominations based on personal bias rather than kitchen performance.
Ramsay has also on some occasions declared that nobody would be sent home, but those cases are generally accompanied by a double elimination the following service, a team reassignment, or occur after someone has been sent home on the spot for insubordination or exceptionally poor performance.
Ramsay reassembles the teams in the dining hall and stands about ten feet away from the losing team s , before choosing a random contestant on said team s to announce the nominations.
If there is a winning team, they will often congregate at a nearby table by Ramsay during the process. Once all nominations have been announced, Ramsay will beckon all nominated contestants in addition, he can also nominate other chefs for elimination if he sees fit from the losing team s and ask each of them to explain why they should stay in Hell's Kitchen.
After giving these nominees the chance to defend themselves, Ramsay selects one to hand over their jacket and "leave Hell's Kitchen.
The eliminated chef is subsequently shown leaving the restaurant through a hallway while providing some last thoughts on the experience in cases where contestants are eliminated mid-service, they will often head back to the dorms to retrieve their belongings before their last interview.
After dismissing the chefs, Ramsay goes back upstairs to his office. He symbolically hangs the chef's jacket on a sharp hook below their picture in a row with the others, igniting the chef's picture and signaling their departure in the first season, he simply hung their jacket and the camera would zoom in on the eliminated chef's name.
During this scene, there is a voiceover of Ramsay explaining his reasons for eliminating the chef; albeit humorously at times. If an eliminated chef has performed exceptionally well, Ramsay may allow them to keep their jacket as a token of their success up to that point, if he sees fit.
Chefs may be eliminated from the competition due to medical reasons, both voluntarily and involuntarily. Chefs that violate the competition's rules may be immediately eliminated, mainly during dinner service.
Chefs may also exit the competition voluntarily for any other reason; though this is not encouraged, their wishes are ultimately granted with reasons by Ramsay explained, if applicable.
Once the number of chefs drops below a certain level usually once five or six are left they are awarded black jackets and assembled into a single team.
In the most recent seasons, black jackets are awarded by a series of rigorous individual challenges rather than dinner service, with contestants not receiving black jackets being eliminated.
Eliminations continue until the final two contestants are left in some cases involving the final four contestants, a double elimination will occur to leave the final two.
In the finale, the final two chefs are each given the opportunity to develop their own menus and lead a brigade of former competitors through a full dinner service on their own.
In the first five seasons, this included the opportunity to decorate half of the Hell's Kitchen restaurant to their liking.
Prior to the dinner service, the two chefs compete in a challenge to prepare their menus, and the winner will earn the advantage of picking their brigade of chefs first.
Ramsay will ensure that all menu items meet his standards for high cuisine prior to service, and he and his sous chefs will oversee the service to make sure that his high quality standards are retained, but does not otherwise get involved, allowing the two remaining chefs to demonstrate their ability to run the line.
The finalists are allowed to reassign stations, or even kick their teammates out of the kitchen should they see fit; the latter has happened four times in the show's history, including Ramsay himself kicking one of the brigade members out.
On one occasion, a chef had walked out of service under their own accord. Ramsay uses his own observations and those from the diners and other sources to decide who is the winning chef.
He has two doors in his office leading out to the balcony above the Hell's Kitchen seating area. Each chef stands at a door and Ramsay tells them to both turn their handles at the same time.
After a commercial break, only the door of the winning chef is unlocked allowing the winner to walk through and be greeted by the crowd below.
In addition, the winner hangs a picture of themselves alongside the previous winners that is seen at the restaurant's front entrance.
Gordon Ramsay is the head chef. Jason Thompson is the narrator. He left after Season 12 and was replaced by Marino Monferrato for Season James Lukanik replaced Susilovic for Seasons 8— Season 10 winner Christina Wilson is the current sous chef for the Red Team with Season 7 runner-up Jason "Jay" Santos set to takeover for Jocky as the Blue Team's sous chef in the upcoming nineteenth and twentieth seasons.
In Season 15, Wilson filled in for Van Willigan-Cutspec who was getting married at the time of filming but returned for one episode when her reception was one of the themed dinner services for that season.
Van-Willigan returned in season 16 but was replaced by Wilson again for Seasons 17 onwards due to personal reasons. The theme song is Fire by the Ohio Players.
When the U. The instrumental version also appeared in the uncensored DVD release for the U. The dining room area was the location of the former KCOP news studios, and living quarters for the contestants were built behind the restaurant.
The studio building sits on the location of the military camp seen in the television series Gomer Pyle, U. The series has drawn numerous online and editorial accusations of staging and dramatic license,  mostly due to editing techniques of the producers, who splice together several hours of footage from a dinner service, in order to make certain contestants appear as poor performers, later justifying their elimination.
This was most obvious when one episode featured clips showing of Amanda "Tek" Moore, who was already eliminated, in the background, still cooking three episodes after her elimination.
One of the most controversial accusations of staging on Hell's Kitchen relates to an incident with contestant Joseph Tinnelly from Season 6, who, during one elimination round, angrily confronted Ramsay, challenging him to fight, and was then escorted off the set.
The incident drew immediate fire from critics as an overplayed and possibly faked scene, conducted to cause action and tension on the show in order to spark viewer interest, although later research has disproven this.
In a interview, Ramsay admitted that the vast majority of his anger towards contestants was acting, his on-camera rage being done to force contestants to give their all and that when off-camera he treated all contestants with friendliness and respect.
Ramsay further stated he would often meet with eliminated contestants after their departure from the show, offering positive criticism and advice.
Staff and production members further affirmed that in real life, Ramsay was a sociable and friendly person and most of the on-camera drama is played out for the benefit of the audience.
Starting in April , Jim McGloin, a contestant who competed on the 6th season of the show, stated in livestreams via Twitch that the competition is more or less along the lines of professional wrestling , being that it's set up as if it were legitimate, but is staged nonetheless.
He claimed that producers would use confessionals as a way to create storylines or narratives to spark conflict, and that they chose who went home, and not Ramsay, amongst other claims.
However, he also confirmed that all those in the competition were real people, and that nobody was an actor nor a storyline plant.
Compared to the UK Version, the show's use of aspiring chefs instead of celebrities has been praised, with Ramsay himself ending the UK Version on his own terms due to this reason, and reportedly nearly did the same for the US Version after Executives nearly changed the format to be in line to the UK Version.
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