Gordon Ramsay's latest TV show, "Future Food Stars," has come to an end. In the show, playfully called FFS for short, Ramsay challenges 12 entrepreneurs from the food industry, and in the end, there is one winner who gets Ramsay's large-sum investment (via BBC). During the broadcasts of FFS, you had a chance for Gordon Ramsay to judge your cooking in his TikTok challenge — the chef decided to post reactions to the best recipes posted on the popular social media platform.
The Cinderella search is over, everyone. When Gordon Ramsay issued an edict to the TikTok kingdom on May 10 in search of a vegan recipe that the famed carnivore might fall in love with, tensions were high and expectations were low. TikTokkers scoured the land, eager to impress the chef with a meatless, plant-based recipe that might win over the man who, as reported by Metro, once said his "biggest nightmare" would be finding out one of his children decided to adopt a vegetarian lifestyle. Ramsay has made great strides in the eyes of vegans since those dark days. In March 2021, he even went so far as to make a vegan "steak" entirely out of eggplant; the creation took the TikTok world by storm, according to Insider, and Ramsay announced that he was officially "going vegan."
Long gone are the days of Gordon Ramsay poo-pooing meatless meals. The chef and TV host has been embracing plant-based meals over the past year, sharing a number of original and unique vegan recipes on his website and social media pages. In fact, his most recent TikTok has fans wondering if Gordon Ramsay is going vegan.
Gordon Ramsay was awarded $4.5 million in damages after going head to head with his former business partner Rowen Seibel in court. Seibel sued the fiery British chef in 2014, but a judge in New York Superior Court ruled last Wednesday that Seibel was “not a credible witness,” stating that it appeared he had “fabricated evidence.” In a filing seen by Page Six, Judge Melissa Crane awarded judgment in favor of Ramsay and his company GR US and ordered that Seibel pay $1.6 million as well as 50 to 70 percent of Ramsay’s attorneys’ fees, which were $5 million. The total payout...
FOX Entertainment is taking on 2022 with TV shows on everything from country music to crime and cooking. Charlie Collier, the CEO of FOX Entertainment, detailed what's to come on the network, including the previously announced "Monarch," which will star Trace Adkins and Susan Sarandon. The show is about "three...
Gordon Ramsay has oodles of reasons to celebrate life. His achievements as a celebrity chef are astonishing. He is one of the world's most recognizable culinary faces with a massive restaurant empire, an impressive collection of popular television shows, a host of cookbooks, and a shocking net worth of roughly $220 million, per Wealthy Gorilla. His personal life is also worth a toast. He has been married to his wife, Tana, for over 25 years, and they have five children who are enjoying successes of their own (via Hello). He has even discovered that he has a secret sister from a past relationship of his father's.
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Last night, the semi-final of Gordon Ramsey’s (slightly bizarre) food show, Future Food Stars, saw the competition heating up in the kitchen.The series – and its strange blend of The Apprentice, Kitchen Nightmares and, thanks to the show’s openers and Ramsay’s extreme displays of masculinity, SAS: Who Dares Wins – landed on our screens in March. It’s now ramping up for the final next week, with the winner and their business set to receive a £125,000 investment from the hot-headed TV chef.In between Gordon Ramsay spitting out food and throwing away contestants’ recipes in anger, the latest episode saw Pasta...
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Multi-Michelin-starred Chef Gordon Ramsay is doing more than shouting in the kitchen…. He’s also opening up a Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips location in Times Square!. This will be the Chef’s first restaurant in Times Square and it’s slated to open later this year at 1500 Broadway Street . Diners can expect a fast-casual experience at this British-style eatery, with a menu highlighting Ramsay’s personal take on fish & chips.
Who doesn't like being recognized for their work, especially when it's on a national or international stage? For musicians, winning a Grammy may be the crowning achievement of their careers, while many actors dream of being awarded an Oscar to proudly display on their shelves. Similarly, in the culinary world, chefs and restaurateurs put forth some serious effort in the kitchen in hopes of having their work worthy of an award from the James Beard Foundation or a Michelin Star, the latter of which chef Gordon Ramsay knows a little bit about.
It's hard to turn a blind eye to Claudia Sandoval. The "MasterChef" winner's chili-pepper red hair helps. But mostly, it's impossible to bypass Sandoval because she radiates gusto. Step into her radius and you're acutely aware you're around someone who was predestined to think about, make, and teach us how to dish out incredible food.
We may receive a commission on purchases made from links. Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay is known for being very busy. You might have seen him on "Hell's Kitchen," where he shared his cooking skills and tips with the aspiring contestants — that's when he was not ranting and raging at them for bringing undercooked or overcooked dishes to hungry diners in his restaurant. You also might have seen him in one of his more gentle adventures, when he went on a mission to save sharks around the world in the documentary series "Shark Bait" (via Amazon).
Gordon Ramsay's television persona appears to consist of many complex layers. Fans have all encountered angry Gordon, the chef who smashes undercooked salmon with his fist, yells about mishaps, and rubs his forehead in frustration. They have also met pragmatic Gordon, the one who comes up with a plan to save failing restaurants when the odds are insurmountably stacked against them. And, TV viewers have witnessed caring Gordon, the man who celebrates the successes of others, offers warm hugs for a job well done, and who has shed public tears. It only stands to reason that the details about Gordon Ramsay's private life would be just as complicated.
Gordon Ramsay and TikTok are a match made in heaven: teeming with amateur chefs, the video platform provides Ramsay with a virtually endless supply of "kitchen nightmares" to react to. If you can dream it, Ramsay's seen it. Molten hot magma hot dogs might be too hot for "Hell's Kitchen," but not for TikTok. Tuna slathered with Nutella was a sight for disbelieving eyes. Steak cut in the shape of a wedding cake? (What is actually wrong with these TikTok chefs?)
Is there anything more New York than fish and chips? Well, some people might argue that pizza, bagels, a Gray's Papaya hot dog, The Halal Guys' halal cart chicken, or even a bag of honey roasted peanuts from a street vendor are decidedly more "New York" than fish and chips, but don't tell that to Gordon Ramsay. The British chef and media personality just announced that he's expanding his fish and chips concept restaurant, Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips, by opening up a brand new location in Times Square (via Eater).
Hell’s Kitchen star and Celebrity Chef Gordon Ramsay is planning to bring Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips to Times Square, according to a published report. Ramsay is quoted as saying, “Fish & chips was a staple for me growing up in the U.K., and I can’t wait to bring it to New York City. I love the vibrance, the energy of Times Square and the convergence of locals and visitors from around the world. There’s just no place like it!”