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Trust The Gordon Restaurant Man

posted by mattaug

My oldest brother is not going to be happy with me for this, as he doesn’t suffer fools or celebrity chefs lightly, but I enjoy watching Gordon Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares on FOX.

Augie, Sacramento’s first-ever four-star chef a few years back at Harlow’s Restaurant on J. St, isn’t much for aggrandizement or arrogance in the kitchen.

I can see his point and I am a little surprised at myself for liking Ramsay too, considering his pompous behavior and vulgar language at times.

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Ramsay knows his stuff though, and has been humbled to have a few of his own restaurants close, including one in his hometown if I properly recall.

More importantly, Ramsay and his team have helped restaurants stay in business and even grow dramatically in some cases.

“Surviving this recession is a success,” like Ramsay told two brothers who run Boston’s Davide restaurant.

Viewers may be tiring of the over-exposed Ramsay as his show now airs on TV’s graveyard of Friday nights, but he has done some good things and comes across as  big-hearted.

Heck, maybe HE should have been selected as President Obama’s jobs czar for saving and creating jobs in at least one industry.

I, on the other hand, picked a good day to write this blog as it will be a travel day for Augie and he may not see this.

Good luck out West, Aug man!

 



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mattaug

posted October 24, 2011 at 10:20 pm


yep…I knew you would not agree…lol. Glad you enjoyed and appreciated reference to you though! best augie!



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Chef Augie

posted October 24, 2011 at 10:04 pm


Actually for once you have left me speachless because as our mother taught us “if you have nothing nice to sat, dont say anything”. I really dont like that man at all and i will let it go!



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