Wednesday, July 21, 2021

Ship Inn - Restaurant Impossible Update

This week on Restaurant: Impossible, Robert Irvine and his crew are in Exton, Pennsylvania to makeover Ship Inn. Ship Inn is a fine dining restaurant whose owner has an overbearing management style and is supposedly $895,000 in debt.  Robert needs to get Michael to embrace change and repair his relationships in hopes of turning the restaurant around.



As I normally do with Restaurant: Impossible episodes, I searched around the Internet to read stories, comments and reviews about Ship Inn to get an idea of how the restaurant is doing since Robert Irvine visited, and here is what I found (note - all reviews are post Restaurant: Impossible):

Saturday, July 17, 2021

Buddy vs. Duff Season 3 Discussion

Photo - Discovery
Season 3 of Buddy vs. Duff airs on Food Network at 9pm ET starting July 18th, 2021. This season will be eight episodes long with the finale being on Sunday, September 5th.  In this season, each of the bakers will take on the challenges in their home bakeries with Duff being on the West Coast in Los Angeles, CA and Buddy being on the East Coast in Hoboken, NJ. 

Buddy Valastro and Duff Goldman will be tested on what it means to be a true pastry artist and cake master as they build elaborate, enormous cakes that fit a theme each week.  Fifty professional cake artists from across the country will be judging the competition virtually. This season will also focus on Buddy overcoming a gruesome injury sustained to his dominant hand.

Season 1 of Buddy vs. Duff was very popular and controversial with a lot of people talking about the behavior of Buddy Valastro on the show. Buddy and Duff didn't really want to do another season after season 1, but here we are on season 3.  Duff won season one of Buddy vs. Duff, while Buddy won season two of the show. 

Feel free to discuss season three of Buddy vs. Duff in the comments and I will do another post for the finale.

Wednesday, July 14, 2021

Soul Food in the Park - Restaurant Impossible Update

Tonight on Restaurant: Impossible, Robert Irvine and his crew are in York, Pennsylvania to makeover Soul Food in the Park. Soul Food in the Park is a soul food restaurant owned by a husband and wife team.  The wife Audra tries to cover up her lack of knowledge and confidence by yelling at her husband.  Robert will need to get Audra to control her anger issues to save both the restaurant and her marriage.  Also, the rundown building will need to be completely renovated. 



As I normally do with Restaurant: Impossible episodes, I searched around the Internet to read stories, comments and reviews about Soul Food in the Park to get an idea of how the restaurant is doing since Robert Irvine visited, and here is what I found (note - all reviews are post Restaurant: Impossible):

Saturday, July 10, 2021

The Great Food Truck Race: All-Stars Winner

Sunday Night at at 9pm ET on Food Network is the season finale of The Great Food Truck Race: All-Stars where the winning team will take home $50,000.  The two remaining teams competing for the prize are Seoul Sausage (Ted Kim, Yong Kim, Han Hwang) from season three and The Lime Truck (Daniel Shemtob, Jesse Brockman, Mark Esposito) from season two of the show.


The final episode description states:
"The last two all-star food truck teams face off in a challenge with special ingredients from Chinatown. In the final taste challenge, the teams create a dish that represents their heart and soul as a food truck, stirring up deep emotions and pride. The teams compete for every last sale as the clock runs down, and in a thrilling elimination by the bay, host Tyler Florence crowns the winner of the all-star season!."

I will update this post with The Great Food Truck Race All-Stars winner after the episode airs.


Continue reading to see who won The Great Food Truck Race All-Stars......

Wednesday, July 7, 2021

Grille No. 13 - Restaurant Impossible Update

This week on Restaurant: Impossible, Robert Irvine and his crew are in Waldorf, Maryland to makeover Grille No. 13. Grille No. 13 is an Irish pub owned by Katie Pierce who is supposedly $350,000 in debt and has no time to spend with her infant daughter.  Robert Irvine needs to teach Katie to work smarter to save her restaurant and to be able to spend more time with her family.


As I normally do with Restaurant: Impossible episodes, I searched around the Internet to read stories, comments and reviews about Grille No. 13 to get an idea of how the restaurant is doing since Robert Irvine visited, and here is what I found (note - all reviews are post Restaurant: Impossible):