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Hell’s Kitchen Christina Wilson

Hell's Kitchen Christina Wilson

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Fall 2012 / Winter 2013 Tweet Hell’s Belle Philly native Christina Wilson Cooks Her Way from Hell’s Kitchen to Las Vegas. Christina Wilson’s advice for future wannabe Hell’s Kitchen chefs. “Learn to cook scallops, risotto and Wellington before you get there, and you’ll be all right.” It’s a good thing the Season 10 winner mastered those parts of the Gordon Ramsay *******, because she’ll be pushing a lot of those dishes out of the kitchen in her *** role as head chef at Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris Las Vegas. Wilson will **** under Executive Chef Kevin Hee. Wilson won the *** after an intense season that culminated in a final countdown and nerve-racking twist of a door knob, the cooking competition’s final winner-revealing scene. “Let me just say, Chef Ramsay is the slowest counter ever. That one…two… three, for me, lasted like twenty minutes,” she says. And when the door opened? “I was shocked. I remember walking through the door and then stepping back in it. I was like, ‘Wait, did that just happen?’” It did, but she says Hell’s Kitchen was anything but smooth sailing. Wilson admits she was a “little jittery” early on in the “pressure cooker” experience. “I just had to tell myself this is what I do, I’m a chef. I kept my goals short term. I said to myself, ‘All right Chris, you just have to wake up here tomorrow morning. Get through today. There were times I had really great days and I reveled in it when I put my head down on the pillow, but when I woke up I had to let it go. And I had to do the same thing with my bad days.” Wilson also wanted to stay under the radar and remain *****-lipped. She says the **** advice she got before going on Hell’s Kitchen came from a close ****** who simply told her, “Be careful with your words, you can always add on, but never take away.” Now she’s ready to tackle Las Vegas. Wilson says she loves the sleek, clean lines at her *** digs at Gordon Ramsay Steak, but is most excited about the open kitchen concept. “It ‘s the narcissistic side of me,” she says. “It ‘s nice to look out and seesomebody really enjoying their food the moment they get it.”
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Hell's Kitchen Christina Wilson

Tweet Hell’s Belle Philly native Christina Wilson Cooks Her Way from Hell’s Kitchen to Las Vegas. Christina Wilson’s advice for future wannabe Hell’s Kitchen chefs. “Learn to cook scallops, risotto and Wellington before you get there, and you’ll be all right.” It’s a good thing the Season 10 winner mastered those parts of the Gordon Ramsay *******, because she’ll be pushing a lot of those dishes out of the kitchen in her *** role as head chef at Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris Las Vegas. Wilson will **** under Executive Chef Kevin Hee. Wilson won the *** after an intense season that culminated in a final countdown and nerve-racking twist of a door knob, the cooking competition’s final winner-revealing scene. “Let me just say, Chef Ramsay is the slowest counter ever. That one…two… three, for me, lasted like twenty minutes,” she says. And when the door opened? “I was shocked. I remember walking through the door and then stepping back in it. I was like, ‘Wait, did that just happen?’” It did, but she says Hell’s Kitchen was anything but smooth sailing. Wilson admits she was a “little jittery” early on in the “pressure cooker” experience. “I just had to tell myself this is what I do, I’m a chef. I kept my goals short term. I said to myself, ‘All right Chris, you just have to wake up here tomorrow morning. Get through today. There were times I had really great days and I reveled in it when I put my head down on the pillow, but when I woke up I had to let it go. And I had to do the same thing with my bad days.” Wilson also wanted to stay under the radar and remain *****-lipped. She says the **** advice she got before going on Hell’s Kitchen came from a close ****** who simply told her, “Be careful with your words, you can always add on, but never take away.” Now she’s ready to tackle Las Vegas. Wilson says she loves the sleek, clean lines at her *** digs at Gordon Ramsay Steak, but is most excited about the open kitchen concept. “It ‘s the narcissistic side of me,” she says. “It ‘s nice to look out and seesomebody really enjoying their food the moment they get it.”
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Hell's Kitchen Christina Wilson

Chef Christina Wilson moves from Gordon Ramsay Steak to Ramsay’s namesake BurGr as the *** executive chef. Chef Wilson won “Hell’s Kitchen” season 10, and  earned herself the position of head chef working under the direction of executive chef Deric Meininger, at ********* chef Gordon Ramsay’s ***** Las Vegas restaurant, Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris Las Vegas “Following my win on ‘Hell’s Kitchen’ and an amazing ***** year at Gordon Ramsay Steak at the Paris Las Vegas, I am proud and excited to accept the position of executive chef at Gordon Ramsay BurGR at Planet Hollywood,” said Wilson. “This is another incredible opportunity for me to grow my career, I will be one of three female executive chefs working in Chef Ramsay kitchen’s in the US. This move will not only provide me the experience of running and managing the entire kitchen, but also it will allow me to curate and build ***** talent who are just starting out in the industry. I am very much looking forward to this *** chapter and what it will bring.” Chef Gordon Ramsay and Chef Christina Wilson Chef Christina originally from Phillipsburg, NJ,  moved to Philadelphia to pursue her cooking ******* in 2004. She began her career as an unpaid apprentice at Stella Blu located in West Conshohocken and working as the kitchen manager of Gypsy Saloon to pay her way through Temple **********. Its wasn’t long before her ******* and culinary artistry became apparent and climbed  to become the sous chef at Stella Blu within two years of prepping her ***** kitchen shift. After five years, she moved to Center City, PA. For her next position as sous chef at 13th Street’s, ****** (Philly Top 10 Traditional ******* Cuisine Restaurant), in 2009. Once again, this ***** talented Chef kept rising to the top and became chef de cuisine at ****** in under a year. In 2011 her journey brought her to Top 50 Philadelphia restaurant, Mercato, as chef de cuisine. The summer of 2012 brought Wilson the opportunity and experience of a lifetime with the debut of “Hell’s Kitchen” season 10, of which she was a contestant. She literally battled her way through the competition, never been nominated for elimination.  After the dinner service of her life in the finale, she won and earned the prestigious position of head chef at Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris Las Vegas where she excelled. We have had the opportunity to dine and both venues with her at the helm and are in awe of her command of the kitchen and quality of the dishes she prepares. When in Las Vegas, a must stop is Gordon Ramsay BurGr for one of the **** burgers and service in the country. Who knows, if you time it right you might even see the legendary Chef Ramsay right at your table. Share
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Hell's Kitchen Christina Wilson

Chef Wilson won “Hell’s Kitchen” season 10, and  earned herself the position of head chef working under the direction of executive chef Deric Meininger, at ********* chef Gordon Ramsay’s ***** Las Vegas restaurant, Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris Las Vegas “Following my win on ‘Hell’s Kitchen’ and an amazing ***** year at Gordon Ramsay Steak at the Paris Las Vegas, I am proud and excited to accept the position of executive chef at Gordon Ramsay BurGR at Planet Hollywood,” said Wilson. “This is another incredible opportunity for me to grow my career, I will be one of three female executive chefs working in Chef Ramsay kitchen’s in the US. This move will not only provide me the experience of running and managing the entire kitchen, but also it will allow me to curate and build ***** talent who are just starting out in the industry. I am very much looking forward to this *** chapter and what it will bring.” Chef Gordon Ramsay and Chef Christina Wilson Chef Christina originally from Phillipsburg, NJ,  moved to Philadelphia to pursue her cooking ******* in 2004. She began her career as an unpaid apprentice at Stella Blu located in West Conshohocken and working as the kitchen manager of Gypsy Saloon to pay her way through Temple **********. Its wasn’t long before her ******* and culinary artistry became apparent and climbed  to become the sous chef at Stella Blu within two years of prepping her ***** kitchen shift. After five years, she moved to Center City, PA. For her next position as sous chef at 13th Street’s, ****** (Philly Top 10 Traditional ******* Cuisine Restaurant), in 2009. Once again, this ***** talented Chef kept rising to the top and became chef de cuisine at ****** in under a year. In 2011 her journey brought her to Top 50 Philadelphia restaurant, Mercato, as chef de cuisine. The summer of 2012 brought Wilson the opportunity and experience of a lifetime with the debut of “Hell’s Kitchen” season 10, of which she was a contestant. She literally battled her way through the competition, never been nominated for elimination.  After the dinner service of her life in the finale, she won and earned the prestigious position of head chef at Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris Las Vegas where she excelled. We have had the opportunity to dine and both venues with her at the helm and are in awe of her command of the kitchen and quality of the dishes she prepares. When in Las Vegas, a must stop is Gordon Ramsay BurGr for one of the **** burgers and service in the country. Who knows, if you time it right you might even see the legendary Chef Ramsay right at your table. Share

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