Multi-Michelin star restauranteur and TV personality, Gordon Ramsay is usually the one making chefs tremble. And is it any wonder? We’ve watched him try the most variety of dishes from wannabe employees on his hit series “Hell’s Kitchen”, to home cooks who want to be like him on “Master Chef” and “Master Chef Junior”. We’ve even witnessed him spitting some chefs’ signature dishes into the garbage. He obviously is willing to try anything once.
Anything, that is, except for airline food. Ramsay revealed in a recently to Refinery29, “There’s no [expletive] way I eat on planes! I worked for airlines for years, so I know where food’s been and where it goes, and how long it took before it got on board.” Instead, Ramsay prefers to grab a protein snack before boarding and includes a little fruit and wine for good measure. “A nice selection of Italian meats, a little glass of red wine, some sliced apples or pears with some Parmesan cheese, I’m like a pig in [expletive]!” he said.
Outside of the kitchen, Gordon is making news after voicing a character in the latest Smurf movie, ‘Smurfs: The Lost Village’. His character is Baker Smurf (of course). And unlike Gordon’s TV persona, Baker Smurf doesn’t call any of the other Smurfs donkeys.
Ramsay has also joined up with Masterclass to do a series of learn-to-cook videos. Throughout his career as a chef, Ramsay has opened 46 restaurants around the world, with 14 of them receiving Michelin stars. With 23 restaurants still in full operation, he was the only chef named to Forbes magazine celebrity list in 2016, with earnings of $54 million.
Written by Rhonda
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