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Hell’s Kitchen Season 11 Episode 5 “16 Chefs Compete Pt. 1” RECAP 4/2/13

Hells-Kitchen-Season-11-episode-5Hell’s Kitchen returns to FOX with a whole new episode tonight. On last week’s show It was off to the races when Chef Ramsay led 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 had to beat the clock and prepare a healthy lunch for the hungry runners. The winning team set off in a private jet to California’s wine country, while the losing team scrubbed down the race course and prepared for dinner service.

Later, tempers flared during dinner service when communication failed on both teams, and Chef Ramsay had to step in when a fight broke out between two teammates. Did you watch last week’s episode? We did and we recapped it here for you!

On tonight’s show Chef Ramsay puts the contestants to the ultimate taste test when he challenges the red and blue teams to taste and identify the type of protein used in five dishes. The team that completes the challenge in the least amount of time toasts to victory under the sun at a gorgeous beach house while the losing team spends the day grinding and milling grains to make bread from scratch.

Later, the contestants get an early wake-up call to prepare a hearty breakfast for emergency medical workers. While some contestants rise to challenge, others scramble to complete the simplest dishes, and Chef Ramsay grills the losing team during an emotional elimination round.

Be sure to tune in for our live coverage of FOX’s Hell Kitchen Season 11 episode 5— tonight at 8PM EST!

HELL’S KITCHEN SEASON 11 EPISODE 5 LIVE RECAP HERE!


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