“No Kitchen Required” — 3 Chefs to Hunt, Fish and Forage Across the World For Locally-inspired Meals

The creators of popular television series Chopped have lined up a new show for BBC America called No Kitchen Required. The program follows three chefs as they are dropped into some of the most exotic and remote places on earth where they will work with the locals to hunt, fish and forage for ingredients to create locally-inspired meals. These meals will in turn be judged by the community.

No Kitchen Required will star the following three chefs:

  • Award-winning New York restaurateur Michael Psilakis;
  • First-ever Chopped Grand Champion Madison Cowan, who has roots in London, Detroit and Jamaica
  • New Zealand chef Kayne Raymond.

The trio leave the comforts of their kitchens and are dropped into ten locations around the world including Belize, Dominica, New Zealand, Fiji, Chiang Mai, Thailand, Phuket, Thailand, Hawaii, New Mexico, Louisiana and Florida.


‘That’s F*cking Disgusting’ and Other Sh*t Gordon Ramsay Says [VIDEO]

That’s not cooking, that’s dog sh*!

Gordon Ramsay is a hot head that deserves his own “Sh*t People Say” video, and BBC America was quick to splice one together to promote the “Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares” show, Tuesdays 9/8c.

Seafood crepe? Seafood Crap!” There’s definitely a good amount of shit Ramsay spews from his mouth, and I’m glad it’s compiled into a compact 1:08 promo piece for us to look back on when this silly ‘Sh*t People Say’ trend is over: