Hell’s Kitchen Elimination: Week 3

For week 3 the contestant eliminated was Jamie. Here is her bio from Fox’s Hell’s Kitchen web site:

Jamie Bisoulis on WannabeTVchef.comContestant Jamie Bisoulis

* Age : 26
* Hometown : Chicago, IL
* Occupation : Sous Chef, Chicago, IL

Q&A with Jaime –

What was your first job in a kitchen?


What is the first dish you ever mastered?

Meatloaf. Deliciousness in a loaf form.

What is your signature dish?

Arborio rice pudding and red wine risotto. Basically anything with arborio rice.

Who was your first cooking inspiration?

My mom. She always cooks from scratch and has rubbed off on me, thankfully. She cooks with a great palate, and even when dishes turn out spot on, she always says, “If this dish sucks, there’s Domino’s on speed dial.” Everytime.

Here is a bit about Jaime’s elimination from Christopher Rocchio for RealityWorld.com:

Jamie Bisoulis, a 26-year-old sous chef from Chicago, IL, became the fourth contestant eliminated from Hell’s Kitchen’s seventh season during last night’s broadcast of the culinary competition series on Fox.

“Words can’t describe how pissed off I am right now,” opined Jaime after her ouster.

“I don’t think Chef Ramsay made the right decision. I am by far a better cook than [Fran Klier] is, and I expected to be here a lot longer than what it was.”

Hell’s Kitchen’s third seventh-season episode began following the elimination of Mikey Termini instead of Jason Ellis, a 37-year-old personal chef from Greenville, SC who currently resides in Suwanee, GA.

“They all threw me under the bus,” said Jason, who confronted the Blue Team back up in the dorms.

While he admitted to being “upfront and outspoken,” he didn’t think he should be “crucified” for it.

“I’m not the weakest up in there,” he said in a confessional. “I am not.”


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