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Hell’s Kitchen Season 11 Episode 4 “17 Chefs Compete” RECAP 3/26/13

Hells-kitchen-season-11-episode-4Hell’s Kitchen returns to FOX tonight with a new episode. On last week’s show the competition continued with 19 chefs left in the running for the head chefs job. The new season is just starting and already people are dropping like flies. We expected a better dinner service, but it just did not happen. On last week’s show one chef was down and another was out and that is just before breakfast.

Another chef puts too much wine in her food and Chef Ramsay asked her if she has a drinking problem. Did you watch last week’s episode? We did and we recapped it here for you!

On tonight’s show It’s off to the races when Chef Ramsay leads the first ever HK 3K run with the help of Olympic athletes Maurice Greene, Natalie Coughlin and Danell Leyva. Meanwhile, the red team and blue team must beat the clock and prepare a healthy lunch for the hungry runners.

The winning team sets off in a private jet to California’s wine country, while the losing team scrubs down the race course and prepares for dinner service. Later, tempers flare during dinner service when communication fails on both teams, and Chef Ramsay must step in when a fight breaks out between two teammates. Find out who winds up on the chopping block after another dramatic elimination in the all-new “17 Chefs Compete.”

Tonight’s episode is going to be another drama packed one, which you won’t want to miss. So be sure to tune in for our live coverage of FOX’s Hell Kitchen Season 11 episode 4— tonight at 8PM EST!

HELL’S KITCHEN SEASON 11 EPISODE 4 LIVE RECAP HERE!


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