Hell's Kitchen


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Hell’s Kitchen

section of midtown Manhattan; notorious for slums and high crime rate. [Am. Usage: Misc.]
See: Poverty
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This was a great success and we can't wait to do it again," said Louise Hannah, manager of Hell's Kitchen.
Gentleman gangster Mickey Spillane, the first of the Westies, ran Hell's Kitchen like a Godfather in the 60s.
Celebs expected are Hell's Kitchen boss Marco Pierre White, 47, Gary's TV colleague Alan Hansen, 53, and Tara Palmer Tomkinson, 37, who filmed Walkers crisps ads with him.
He says: "I'm the first chef to return to Hell's Kitchen.
Before leaving for Hell's Kitchen Grobbelaar had spoken to the ECHO about that fateful day on April 15 1989.
I'm not a big reality TV fan but I'd definitely do Hell's Kitchen.
Wednesday's Hell's Kitchen was trounced by The Apprentice.
SKYBET make former Big Brother winner Brian Dowling their 11-4 favourite to win popular ITV show Hell's Kitchen, which started last night.
From TV chefs to reality shows like Gordon Ramsay's Hell's Kitchen, it is a hot time to be in the kitchen.
A new series of Hell's Kitchen USA begins on ITV2 on Monday and will see the one time Stratford student putting 12 budding American chefs through their paces.
Munching on mini-Rockafella's and sipping champagne, celebrities gathered for the long-awaited opening of Hell's Kitchen winner Terry Miller's restaurant.
FORMER All Saint Nicole Appleton is to be a presenter on reality show Hell's Kitchen.