Another season of Kitchen Nightmares premieres tonight (Fox, 8 pm et/pt), as Gordon Ramsay returns to help a former client and also travels to Denver, Colorado to fix up an Italian restaurant named Pantaleone’s. Known for his culinary expertise and refreshingly candid manner in working with different chefs, Mr. Ramsay is focusing this series of episodes on family run businesses.
“I mean, it’s a bit of a whirlwind,” said Ramsay. “So I think every country globally has equally as bad of restaurants as we do here. But I think it’s something that the viewers never get tired of. And, also I think it’s been more heartfelt over the last 18 months, 2 years with the economy. So there are a lot more family restaurants that have gone under and are struggling trying to keep up with conglomerates chains. So this year, season six, we focus more on the personalized, family-run businesses that had a lot more at stake, not just in terms of the jeopardy financially. But, you know, if the restaurant is broke, the family is broke. If the family is broke, the restaurant is broke. So season six for me is one of the most important.”
In the clip below, Ramsay talks about the cities he visits this season on Kitchen Nightmares.
Gordon Ramsay also continues to learn and grow from his Kitchen Nightmares experience. Check out my article on Deepest Dream to read more about the show and why Ramsay takes the project in such a personal fashion.
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posted by Greg Srisavasdi