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    lauralie41
    Sun Feb 10, 2008 3:02 pm
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    Gordon James Ramsay was born November 8, 1966 in Johnstone, Scotland. He is a celebrity chef, television personality and entrepreneur, has been awarded a total of twelve Michelin stars, and is currently one of only three chefs in the UK whose restaurant is rated at three Michelin stars. He is famous in the UK for presenting TV programmes about competitive cookery and food such as Hell's Kitchen and The F-Word. He is best known in the United States as the host of FOX's Hell's Kitchen, which premiered in May 2005, and of Kitchen Nightmares, which premiered in September 2007, based on his successful British show Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares.

    Ramsay is one of only three chefs in the UK to maintain three Michelin Guide stars for his restaurant (the others being Heston Blumenthal and Alain Roux). He was appointed OBE in the 2006 honours list "for services to the hospitality industry".

    In July 2006 Ramsay became only the third person to have won three Catey awards, the biggest awards of the UK hospitality industry. Ramsay's two previous Catey awards were in 1995 (Newcomer of the Year) & 2000 (Chef of the Year). The other two triple-winners are Michel Roux and Andrew and Jacquie Pern.

    In September 2006, he was named as the most influential person in the UK hospitality industry in the annual Caterersearch 100 list, published by Caterer and Hotelkeeper magazine. He overtook Jamie Oliver, who had been top of the list in 2005.

    Since 1996, Ramsay has published thirteen cookbooks. Gordon Ramsay's Sunday Lunch and Other Recipes from The F Word coincided with the second series of The F-Word. Ramsay also contributes to The Times' Saturday magazine in the form of a food-and-drink column.

    * Gordon Ramsay’s Passion For Flavour (1996)
    * Gordon Ramsay’s Passion For Seafood (1999)
    * Gordon Ramsay A Chef For All Seasons (2000)
    * Gordon Ramsay’s Just Desserts (2001)
    * Gordon Ramsay’s Secrets (2003)
    * Gordon Ramsay’s Kitchen Heaven (2004)
    * Gordon Ramsay Makes It Easy (2005)
    * Gordon Ramsay Easy All Year Round (2006)
    * Gordon Ramsay's Sunday Lunch and other recipes from the F word (2006)
    * Humble Pie (2006) (Autobiography)
    * Playing With Fire (2007) (Follow up to Autobiography)
    * Recipes From a 3 Star Chef (2007)

    Master Chefs Series

    * Pasta Sauces (1996)
    * Fish And Shellfish (1997)

    Cook Cards

    * Hot Dinners (2006)
    * Cool Sweets (2006)
    Wikipedia.com

    YouTube - Gordon Ramsey's Scrambled Eggs Video and Others
    Amazon.com's Gordon Ramsay Store
    Gordon Ramsay's Homepage
    OrangeOctober
    Sun Feb 10, 2008 11:01 pm
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    Thanks for posting- I love Gordon Ramsey & Hell's Kitchen. He has high standards w/ his cooking & doesn't fake it as I've seen other celebrity chefs do. Hopefully someone has some of his recipes.
    lauralie41
    Mon Feb 11, 2008 1:17 am
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    OrangeOctober wrote:
    Thanks for posting- I love Gordon Ramsey & Hell's Kitchen. He has high standards w/ his cooking & doesn't fake it as I've seen other celebrity chefs do. Hopefully someone has some of his recipes.


    Here are some I found so far. icon_smile.gif
    Gordon Ramsay's Chocolate Babycakes
    Gordon Ramsey's Scrambled Eggs
    Gordon Ramsay's Ultimate Burger
    Shepherds Pie (Gordon Ramsay)
    Gordon Ramsay Chocolate Mousse
    Gordon Ramsay's Malaysian Chicken Curry
    katie in the UP
    Mon Feb 11, 2008 2:18 am
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    From what I have heard....Shepherd's Pie is a specialty of his...at his restaurants! It's on my 'too-try-list' icon_wink.gif
    OrangeOctober
    Tue Feb 12, 2008 11:56 am
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    I've saved those recipes & can't wait to try them. Too bad he doesn't have a restaurant in Chicago.
    Queen Dragon Mom
    Thu Feb 14, 2008 4:43 pm
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    Another favorite.
    Pixie's Kitchen
    Fri Feb 22, 2008 7:03 pm
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    His shepherds pie is amazing! I made it from the recipe on here that was taken from his BBC show "The F word." It is a very flavorful recipe and it was rich. My husband and the kids ate it so fast that there were no leftovers in the house. I love seeing him cook and when we head to visit my little brother in NYC we are going to try and meet up with one of his friends who is a pastry chef under Ramsey and see about eating in the rest.
    dimensionally transcenden
    Sun Mar 09, 2008 11:33 am
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    Without a doubt GR is my biggest cooking influence and his recipes are fabulous.

    This is one I have posted on RZ - I needed the nutritional info. It is in both Just Deserts and Sunday Lunches cookbook.

    "Baguette and Butter Pudding"

    His recipes aren't for the diet-conscious though. Yummy!

    Emma
    PrimQuilter
    Sun Mar 09, 2008 11:59 pm
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    dimensionally transcenden wrote:
    Without a doubt GR is my biggest cooking influence and his recipes are fabulous.

    This is one I have posted on RZ - I needed the nutritional info. It is in both Just Deserts and Sunday Lunches cookbook.

    "Baguette and Butter Pudding"

    His recipes aren't for the diet-conscious though. Yummy!

    Emma


    Thanks for posting this Emma. In my cookbook it went.
    I am a fan of his, potty mouth and all icon_lol.gif
    lauralie41
    Sat Mar 22, 2008 4:26 am
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    April 1st, new Hell's Kitchen starting!!!! WOOHOOO!!!!
    MarraMamba
    Sat Mar 22, 2008 9:06 pm
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    I adore gordon ramsey, both hells kitchen show and kitchen nightmares.

    Find me a man like that...oh the show when he stripped to his briefs .. icon_redface.gif icon_redface.gif (changing into a scottish kilt on nightmares) I drooled.

    Of course his recipe's make me drool as well icon_smile.gif
    dimensionally transcenden
    Sun Mar 23, 2008 5:30 am
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    yey! Everyone I know tells me I am mad for drooling but he is so gorgeous.

    In my defense though, I really like his food. I was browsing through the latest Good Food magazine (backwards as you do) and saw a gorgeous salmon recipe, lo and behold it was his. I just love his cooking style and taste in food. It is merely a bonus that he is so swoon-worthy. icon_lol.gif
    Irmgard
    Sun Mar 23, 2008 1:37 pm
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    I made this Gordon Ramsey recipe last year for our Easter dessert and it was soooooo good!
    Pear, Honey and Lime Cake
    lauralie41
    Wed Mar 26, 2008 2:48 am
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    MarraMamba wrote:
    I adore gordon ramsey, both hells kitchen show and kitchen nightmares.

    Find me a man like that...oh the show when he stripped to his briefs .. icon_redface.gif icon_redface.gif (changing into a scottish kilt on nightmares) I drooled.

    Of course his recipe's make me drool as well icon_smile.gif


    I missed the show where he only had his briefs on! He is pretty cute isnt he? icon_wink.gif
    lauralie41
    Wed Mar 26, 2008 2:49 am
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    dimensionally transcenden wrote:
    yey! Everyone I know tells me I am mad for drooling but he is so gorgeous.

    In my defense though, I really like his food. I was browsing through the latest Good Food magazine (backwards as you do) and saw a gorgeous salmon recipe, lo and behold it was his. I just love his cooking style and taste in food. It is merely a bonus that he is so swoon-worthy. icon_lol.gif


    Yep, backwards is the way I read a magazine and begin a book reading the last page first. icon_wink.gif icon_biggrin.gif
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