Who is the greatest British chef, and why is it Raymond Blanc?
>Michelin stars aren't what they once were.
*tips Knorr stockpot*
Thats also true, but Heston worked under them both, and he's nowhere near as big a prick as Gordon. Don't get me wrong, i respect Gordon tremendously, but he's just a bit of a prick.
Gordon had a hard upbringing and harvey's was a very abusive environment so it's understandable.
Blanc was once punched in the face by his boss with a frying pan, which made him come to the UK, he learnt young the value of slow cooking over pressure cooking.
Gordon has SERIOUS issues, so hyper-competitive about everything. But that is what made him become the best chef desu. I don't rate Heston, I went to his restaurant, expensive and most of the ""food"" was """interesting""", but certainly wouldn't ever want to eat it again.
Nor do i from what i've seen, but its telling of character. I personally think it's more important to have soul when it comes to good food in order to create a fantastic eating experience, its not something you can force however skillfully you prepare something. And for me that's why characters like Blanc, Stein, and Floyd (although only a cook) are a pleasure to watch.
>Michel Roux Jr. is Michel Roux's son, famille
Tell me anon, how had Gregg ascended to the heights that he has? This guy is a complete idiot, but yet gets to mingle with some of the UK's best chefs and is banging a girl 20 years younger than he is.
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