Gordon Ramsay And Hell's Kitchen Nightmares

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Gordon Ramsay is known as the bête noir of the cooking world, a foul-mouthed perfectionist who doesn’t suffer fools gladly- as famously recorded in his treatment of celebrities and chefs in the hugely successful TV shows “Hell’s Kitchen” and “Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares”. Chef Ramsay was born on November 8, 1966 in
Glasgow, Scotland and was brought up in Stratford-upon-Avon, England. As a youngster, he took up professional football with the Glasgow Rangers in 1981, but unexpectedly hung up his boots after a leg injury. With the knee injury prematurely putting an end to any hopes of a promising career in
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Today, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay is London’s longest-running restaurant to hold this award, and Ramsay is one of only four chefs in the UK to maintain three stars. That was also the year he publicized his first book – “Passion for Flavor”.

Gordon’s first taste of TV exposure was on Channel Four’s controversial ‘Boiling Point’, a forbearer of the later reality TV shows ‘Hell’s Kitchen’ which would make him a household name. A year later, Gordon opened Petrus with his protégé Marcus as Chef Patron on London’s St. James Street. This collaboration saw
Gordon earning a Michelin Star. The wave of acclaim and success continued and in
October 2001, Gordon Opened Gordon Ramsay at Claridge’s. The restaurants reputation for excellence gained a Michelin Star in 2003. 1999 saw the publication of Gordon’s second book ‘Passion for Seafood’. By 2003, Gordon’s award winning food was now being served in another famous London Hotel, The Savoy. But, it was Ramsay’s
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