'Hell's Kitchen': If You Can't Take the Heat... Last night, eager viewers tuned in for the finale of Fox's reality cooking show, Hell's Kitchen. Competing chefs battled it out for the chance to run a new restaurant at a Nevada casino and resort. Chef Rock Harper discusses the tough competition that he faced in the kitchen.
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'Hell's Kitchen': If You Can't Take the Heat...

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Last night, eager viewers tuned in for the finale of Fox's reality cooking show, Hell's Kitchen. Competing chefs battled it out for the chance to run a new restaurant at a Nevada casino and resort. Chef Rock Harper discusses the tough competition that he faced in the kitchen.

Rock Harper, contestant on Fox's reality cooking show, Hell's Kitchen; executive chef, B. Smith's Restaurant at Union Station, Washington, D.C.