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Is this guy legit?

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Is this guy legit?
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>>9210429
>Is this guy legit?
He's a legit brain damaged shaky handed addict of below average vocabulary and intelligence, who married into money, marketing and production.
I'd bet money on bipolar too, since he claims no addiction (right), he's certainly got tremors.
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>>9210429
2 legit 2 quit
Tbqh
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>>9210429
>afraid of cold pans
>hops around like a queer little leprechaun when cooking
I don't think so pal
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>>9210429
>Runs empire of restaurants that has racked up several Michelin stars
>Been the driving force behind several hit TV shows
>He's written like 20 books
I'd call that legit.
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>>9210429
how could he be so famous if he wasn't legit? moron
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Is he the best chef in the world? Probably not. Is he better than all the people who have ever posted on, visited, heard of or are vaguely aware of 4chan combined? Absolutely.
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>>9210429
tard detected.
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>>9210429
He's super legitimate, but now that he's famous, he's probably shit, as everyone that gets rich and famous.
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>>9210467
wat
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>>9210467
t.donkey
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>>9210566
>he's probably shit, as everyone that gets rich and famous.
I don't think getting famous makes people go to shit, but it does make many lose their edge. But he's managed to keep is drive in spite of being a success by just about any metric. That's kind of impressive.
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>>9210598
Shrek pls
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>>9210429
He's been teaching me how to cook via Youtube, and it tastes good... so yes in my book.
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>>9211203
>dry-ass pasta with sauce just dumped on it
Nah I don't think Ramsay would approve of that m8
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>>9211221
https://youtu.be/IAbFlWQnlD4
It was drier than my taste as well, but compare it to this
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He certainly is angry about food
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>>9210609
He's not a chef anymore. When was the last time he worked in a kitchen? I mean worked worked not for a night or two for a special event or TV taping.
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He royally sucks at baking. It's just comical how bad he is.

Otherwise I don't know.

t. baker
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reddit worship him.

they call him "chef ramsay" unironically


That's all I need to know.

>hes' trying to help peeple

neck yourself. it makes good television.

I've never been susceptible to dominant personalities. liking ramsay is some kind of Stockholm syndrome
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[spoiler] sometimes when I see him get really mad about food I don't get it because I would have probably just eaten it and moved on to the rest of my life
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>>9211623
i cannot into spoilers
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>>9211591
Aside from the guy himself, is his cooking legit ?
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>>9210598
>>9210467
DONKEY
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Why does he make the pan hot?

I just throw the food in and then the heater can do the hot
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>>9211203
I hope you enjoyed spending 3 hours on your serving of food

next time just visit the carinos
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>>9211623

imagine having such a passion for something that seeing it done badly upset you
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>>9210429
gordon is a cocksucker and an asshole but I learned a good deal from him. However, I've now moved on to learning much more, and Gordon will do things like put showmanship over substance, like the video where he shows how to use a sharpening steel and uses it completely wrong.
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>>9212220
>I learned a good deal from him.
I hope you didn't learn to dump a 1/4 cup of "worster sauce" with 15 shakes of shaky hands into everything. That's a Gordon thing.
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>>9212295
that sfunny because i have to have watched like100 hours of gordn related shit and ive never seen him od with anything with worcestershire, which i already love

it only goes in like 2 things though, tuna (secret)
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>>9211203
>pasta is undercooked
>sauce looks like vomit from a sick baby
>fried chicken tastes like rubber and smells like a shoe
>bland, lacks salt
>is this fresh? it tastes like it's been frozen
>spices used at random, no understanding of cooking basics
>spinach is smothered in butter, looks dreadful
>just awful
>wouldn't serve this to a dog
>damn
>where's the bathroom?
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>>9211559
Very few executive chefs end up working the line all that much.
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>>9212316
I think he can't actually pronounce the full word, but no, I've seen him drop it into what he called American Style Chili dogs, where I was like uhh....
"I will show you how to make american style chili dogs..a glug of spicy worster sauce" with 15 literal glugs, count them...tsp of cumin seeds... sprinkle of sugar" "use bratwurst, sausages, or frankfurter" as he pulls it out of water right onto the bun dripping all that water.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0nL9p8Wd8AI

The guy is a hack. Fact. He knows zero.

Next video
"That secret of a really good BBQ sauce is good caramelization" as he adds huge amounts of brown sugar at the beginning of sauteeing garlic and onions at the very same time in olive oil. "Now to make my life really easy and adding premade worster sauce and tomato ketchup"
That was BBQ sauce? I'd call that Worchestershire-ketchup with sugar.
Then he proceeds to fry bacon that he adds to his two inch thick pork patty "sliders" after going on about them needing to be one bite.
"you can't season a slider after it has been cooked, impossible" while he slides sizzling hot bacon and grease into raw ground pork.
...don't even get me started on his setting hot grease bombs of burgers on top of shredded lettuce already there on the bottom bun.
https://youtu.be/tXS0RdlqhTo
Anyone want some lettuce and tomato on your BBQ pork sandwich?

Hack. There is huge problems with all his recipes, from Indian to American, doesn't even matter if he's trying on unfamiliar cultures because he prefaces all of his recipes with this plea to authority "I have traveled all over the United States..." before his crap understandings. "Pork is perfect for an american slider"
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>>9211559
white said that once you hit 3 stars, you aren't really just a chef anymore. you basically manage the whole restaurant, artistically. you go from chef to restaurateur.
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>>9212316
Would you eat this masterpiece of fusion? Would anyone? Thick sliced pan chunks of tough sirloin steaks dunked in miso paste and olive oil and sugar, served in a burned taco with wasabi cabbage?

https://youtu.be/fETZCWvzkWM

Check out that tippy bowl on his serving platter, those burned tortillas and the method, and picking up that dripping cabbage that got 2 Tbsps of chili flakes. His narration about mexican tacos, "the trick is to color them and then to shake them" "You can also toast your teckos in a frying pan"
Blah blah mexicans this or that, then to lack one single mexican ingredient aside from the "corn teco" wrapped around his rolling pins.
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>>9212220
It's a honing steel. Is does exactly no sharpening. So I doubt you even know how to use one. But nice try brainiac.
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>>9210429
He was. Now he's pretty much worthless. Watched a master chef episode yesterday where he advocated salting fish to "get rid of excess moisture", which to my understanding only draws it out. Fried his fries/chips only once so they be soggy and nasty promptly. Oh and oil in the pasta water. I could find more but what's the point? He's got fame and meme status

>>9212220
Holy shit this triggers me. Honing a fucking half inch of the blade wow fucking brilliant. Why does he even bother? Every other chef and tv chef does it prior to filming.
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>>9212533
why do these faggots chefs gotta freshly grind salt and pepper every time? why dont they ever have a fucking container with salt and pepper to pinch like human beings?
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>>9212364
There's a difference between working the line and not stepping foot in a kitchen.
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>>9210429
He admits himself that he's better at running the front of the house than he is at cooking. I don't know shit tho so I couldn't tell you personally.
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>>9210429

daily reminder he closes down any restaurant when he knows its about to lose a michelin star
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>>9211203

i just saw season 10 where he shows them how to make chicken parm, not enough sauce on that
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>>9212456

thats literally what it is

1 star = good food
2 star = atmosphere and good food
3 star = all the above and creating new dishes consistently
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SIXTEEN michelin stars. no other famous chef can hold a candle to his skill. if you want intel, go with alton.
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>>9211559
gramsay works in his 14 restaurants, does appearances, cooks for his family, does his youtube channel, and cooks on film constantly. food is his life until he can't hold a knife anymore
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>>9213701

he only ever had one 3 star place and that was the self named one in london

since then, that place has dropped off on the "best restaurants" in the world lists including even in just london based lists
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Better actor/showman than cook.

He's not a bad cook, but the pose that he knows everything there's to know about kitchen is just that, a pose.

In particular, he has some personal preferences, which, while not wrong per se, are just that, his personal preferences - but he preaches them as a doctrine. For example, garlic is not to be peeled. Add whole cloves, peels and all. If you peel your garlic, you suck and your food sucks and you're a cocksucking cuck.

Fuck you, Gordon. I prefer my food without garlic peels in.
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>>9212641
>he advocated salting fish to "get rid of excess moisture", which to my understanding only draws it out.

Well how else do you plan to get rid of the moisture? Stick it in a fucking dehydrator?

>Fried his fries/chips only once so they be soggy and nasty promptly
>muh triple-cooked chips!

It is perfectly possible to produce a non-soggy, lovely, single-fried chip. Because that's how people have done it for over a century, you know-nothing fool.
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>>9213727
>he only ever had one 3 star place

Oh fuck, really? What a fucking scrub. I bet you have five, amirite?
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>>9213744

theres like 1-2 places that have been number 1 or 2 for decades on those lists

a 1 star restaurant is nothing for celebrity chefs, his entire career was around getting 3 stars

he got 1, which is what started his popularity (the documentary covering his chase for it in the late 90s showing his stern yelling/linecook belittling, firing for mistakes, ect...)

now he opens a bunch of random places that only ever get 1 star
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>>9211591
>reddit worship him
>post full of reddit spacing

You would know, Mr. Redditor.
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>>9213752
>his entire career was around getting 3 stars
Which he got. Did you have a point?

>that only ever get 1 star
>only ever get 1 star
>ONLY
Yeah you're right, he's a fucking scrub. You probably collect them as a hobby.
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>>9213787

look at the company who does the best restaurants in the world lists, theres a place in spain that's been number 1 for a decade

his london place was on that list for like 1 year, then 2nd then 3rd then dropped off

at that level, opening a bunch of 1's in every state becomes less meaningful cause you start earning it based on celebrity

just like making an allstar team for playing in the league longer and being "close enough" to the top
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>>9213796

also theres a place in london that's been the best in the country for a decade and its not the Gordon Ramsay 3 star resturant

the Fat Duck
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>>9213787
>>9213744


also i like how you keep avoiding this small tidbit

he's shut down several locations that were about to lose their 1 and only star

>>9213653
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>>9213510
Mostly because ground pepper loses its flavor over time if you have a lot of it, as the "peppery" compound dissipates. And that's why fresh one just tastes better...
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>>9210513
>hops around like a queer little leprechaun
I'm stealing this
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>>9210429
He's way more legit as a chef than he was as football player.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/celebritynews/4903118/Gordon-Ramsay-admits-claims-about-his-Rangers-career-may-be-inaccurate.html
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>>9211591
Chef Ramsay is the general title he has. I would call a plumber named Joe "Plumber Joe", but do not necessarily respect him nor his profession to any degree greater than that of a normal human being. With the exception of Hell's Kitchen Ramsay legitimately does help his viewers understand cooking better both mechanically and artistically. Kitchen Nightmares is also a direct example of him helping failing restaurants with his knowledge. Gordon Ramsay is a passionate, knowledgeable, and relatively enjoyable person; if you don't like him that's fine but specifically not liking him because he is a "dominant" personality is a pretty shit reason and you should probably get that chip off your shoulder.
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>>9213800
The Fat Duck isn't in London, dipshit.
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>>9210429
>Is this guy legit?
Fuck me...
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>>9213877

is he brittans greatest conman?
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>>9213752
>>9213796
>>9213805
Are you a fucking Michelin inspector or something? You appear to be incredibly obsessed about how long Gordon Ramsay has held his TOTAL OF 16 STARS for.

Closing a restaurant before they lose a star and opening a new one that gains a star sounds like damn good business sense to me.
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>>9213887

its in UK, same shit
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>>9213912

>gathering up a bunch of easy 1 stars is great
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>>9213926
It is absolutely great for business you insufferable cunt
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>>9213727
>That guy is worth millions? Psh, whatever. That's not rich. I mean not like he is worth BILLIONS. What a pleb.
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>>9213796
That "place in Spain" is a literal laboratory for some autistic spainiard to "experiment" with food for half a year then showcase it for the other half. Its entire purpose is to be the most avant garde restaurant in the world.
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>>9213953

yeah to uphold a "reputation" at the most

>>9213973

you just explained the literal definition for earning a 3rd star

you have to have great food, atmosphere and constantly be experimenting (and those experiments being good) to get 3 stars

just cooking good for 1 star is pleb tier
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>>9213973
>>9213982

also theres actually a 2nd place in spain that surpassed the prior one, so 2 locations are bookending the Fat Duck each year for the top 3 places

i think a place in NY just got 3rd last year

the only Gordon place is his UK joint which has declined steadily cause he no longer "experiments" or expands, he just set it in cruise control
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>>9210429
nah he's a big phoney

he isn't even a real chef, they just made up that he's a famous chef. from Britain (convenient) for the premise of his shows
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>>9211930
He's searing it. It creates a crisp outer layer while preserving moisture on the inside. Heating it normally would make the skin chewy and the inside dry and overcooked.
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>>9214007

we never see the actual cooking, all we see is "food" taken up to the pass, then he touches it and goes on a tirade

then a minute later the same dish is brought back, looks the same and he says its perfect
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>>9212357
>Damn
I can see it in my mind
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>>9214011

i imagined ramsay's hand mannerisms near his mouth and hand slaps while reading that
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>>9210537
judaism
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>>9213926
>easy 1 stars

You're a fucking idiot, son.
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>>9212357
>>9214015

was he saying it under his breath while looking cautiously at the camera, in your mind?
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>>9214025
...yes
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>>9214023

>"WORLD FAMOUS STAR OF MULTIPLE HIT SERIES ON FOX OPENING A NEW RESTURANT IN (((city)))"
>menu is trope-ishly geared towards area
>nothing out of the ordinary that causes the food alone to be the stand out reason to go to (((that))) restaurant
>food tastes not like shit
>wow great!
>1 star
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>>9214028

did the camera then cut to a view of the bathroom door with "sick noises" and suspenseful music playing while also cutting back to the "owner" at the bar making a grimacing face before cutting to commercial?
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>>9213987
>why the FUCK is this restaurant designed to earn Michelin stars earning more Michelin stars than a money making restaurant? Blogren tamsey is a fucking HACK
>>9213982
>yeah to uphold a reputation at the most
So it is good business then?reputation is very important
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>>9214032
I think we've watched too much of that fucking show
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>>9214031
>1 star

Yes, one star. One Michelin star. Gordon Ramsay can open a new restaurant and almost *guarantee* a star: some Chefs work their entire *life* and never gain a single star.

But to you, it's an "easy 1 star". You are, and remain, a fucking idiot.
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>>9214034

you're defending the same practices college coaches use when they leave right before penalties are about to come down
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>>9214045
it's almost as if when you're the biggest cooking superstar the world has ever known, you might be awarded michelin stars more easily
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>>9214076
>you might be awarded michelin stars more easily

I'm sorry, are you now suggesting that Michelin is rigged or bribed? Michelin literally don't GAF about Ramsey's TV shows, and you're a fucking idiot if you think they do.
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>>9213904
For real,he is a liar and a fraud.

heard it first here anon.
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>>9214084
>tv shows

you're missing the point: he is by far the most relevant person to cook food, ever. By far. By a tremendously huge margin. It's not even close.

So yes, it's in the best interest of food for Michelin to award Ramsey stars more easily

>bribed or rigged

Sorry, I'm not that simple, but maybe you are. If it helps you to think of it that way, then think of it that way. I can't put myself in the shoes of a person who isn't able to think analytically from multiple concordant perspectives
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>>9214093
>he is by far the most relevant person to cook food, ever. By far. By a tremendously huge margin. It's not even close.

Are you fucking kidding me, right now?

>I can't put myself in the shoes of a person who isn't able to think analytically

Mate, you couldn't even put yourself in the shoes of a person who's able to think at all. You're just babbling nonsense about Ramsay being some sort of super-God of food who also, apparently, doesn't actually deserve those Michelin stars. You're so far away from coherent I can only assume you've got lost on your way to /x/.
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>>9214084

you realize michelin is the company that makes tires, right?

it was entirely created for publicity
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>>9214084
Michelin has definitely gained a lot of attention by awarding stars to the most famous chef in the world...

How many people who weren't interested in restaurant/food culture heard about Michelin through a Ramsay show?
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>>9214125
>Are you fucking kidding me, right now?

If you don't agree, you don't know what you're talking about, simply put. I'm sure you think some person like Julia Child from before the age of media and internet is relevant (they aren't)
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>>9214136
Mmm hmm. Tell us more about the amazing Food God Ramsay and how he's personally singlehandedly reshaping the culinary landscape (but doesn't deserve his Michelin stars).
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>>9214146
rel·e·vant
ˈreləvənt/Submit
adjective
closely connected or appropriate to what is being done or considered.
"what small companies need is relevant advice"
synonyms: pertinent, applicable, apposite, material, apropos, to the point, germane; More
appropriate to the current time, period, or circumstances; of contemporary interest.

i'm sorry that you are not very intelligent/educated.
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>>9214152
No no carry on, I'm obviously too simple to get it: somehow Ramsay The Food God is the single most "relevant" person in cooking BAR NONE because...?

Oh but not so relevant that he deserves any Michelin stars. Because he's relevant. But not relevant.
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>>9214132
>it was entirely created for publicity

Yes. But what does its history have to do with its current state?

Fact is that nowadays it's a highly respected rating. Its origins aren't relevant.
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>>9214093

>most relevant

no thats wolfgang puck, who he has on his own show and is in awe everytime
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>>9214155
anon i know you're young because you have no tact and your generation doesn't understand this: you lost the argument. stop talking. okay?
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>>9214157

its current state is shit, theres tons of contraversey, they dont go to each resturant, they have currently like 80 people who supposedly go to each restaurant 2-3 times a year to verify the ratings...its BS

and stars are either continued or given based on publicity. unless its some new place that comes out like gangbusters, like the one in NY thats currently ranked top 3 and has a star which just opened

plus theres a bunch of chefs who DECLINE the star cause it places unwanted burden of "expectation" form customers who think 1 star means 3 and then give them bad ratings
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>>9214161
No go on, you were explain your, uh, logic to simple little me. I need you to explain how Ramsay is "by far the most relevant person to cook food, ever. By far. By a tremendously huge margin." and not, for example, Paul Bocuse, or Joan Roca i Fontané, or perhaps say Joël Robuchon? I really, really, need you to explain this to me, like a parent would explain to a child. Please, go ahead.
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>>9214171
>a bunch of people nobody has ever heard of
>relevant

i can't understand being so argumentative when you can't even seem to understand what you're talking about, you should chill out man
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>>9214175
>when you can't even seem to understand what you're talking about

Then explain it to me. Start with explaining how Ramsay is "by far the most relevant person to cook food, ever. By far. By a tremendously huge margin." over say, Paul Bocuse.
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they gave a ramen food truck or something a michelin star.
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>>9214178
>how is gordon ramsay more relevant than somebody nobody has ever heard of

i'll leave it up to you to figure it out, this will just have to torture you and wrack your brain
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>>9214184
>i'll leave it up to you to figure it out

Oh so you can't? That's what I thought. You really are a breathtakingly stupid individual.
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>>9214184
>somebody nobody has ever heard of

lol at that.
Also, don't forget that this has little with who has heard of them but rather whom they trained.
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>>9213760
>complains about reddit spacing
>while using reddit spacing
hmmmmmmmmm
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>>9214184
>nobody has ever heard of Paul Bocuse
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>>9214019
>being alt-right
kys!
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>>9214190
>>9214197
maybe you've heard of him since you come to a sandwich islands race baiting bulletin board, but the general public has not

observe the definition of relevant, thread is over, later
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>>9214176

that data is based on actual current "michelin reviewers" who came out recently to say how shit their system is
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>>9214180

he took HK to a hotdog shop in california for their reward one day

he said they were revered because they serve the most hotdogs to customers in the city
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>>9214204
>the general public
Who gives a single shit what "the general public" think? The general public think Guy Fieri is a fucking Chef.

>thread is over, later
Oh thank God, you've fucked off.
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>>9214184

fun fact, every season of HK, he brings in michelin star chefs to review the meals...you never heard of any of them, except wolfgang puck

and some of them have 2 stars, without ramsay there bloviating about their stars before he introduces them, you wouldnt know them from a fucking yelp reviewer (which he's also brought on the show to score food, next to those chefs)
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>>9212448
His stuff isn't all bad, but that chili dog is totally fucked.
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He was. Then he sold out.

Case in point:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iM_KMYulI_s
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>>9214256

i have a feeling if wolfgang puck showed someone how to cook in front of him he would sit there with a shit eating grin and not say anything

but then on his show a year later he'd show ppl how to make the "perfect" (((dish)))
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>>9210609
I'd argue that gaining status can do nothing but make people change for the worse. they feel more secure which is the only positive outcome, but in terms of consistently bettering oneself or pushing harder for higher standards, there's just no way you could maintain that with the amount of money and celebrity.

that being said I know he still runs a million hugely successful restaurants, but I'm not exactly sure what 'runs' means in this context.
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>>9214256
>touches raw beef
>touches pepper shaker
>touches oil bottle
>touches bun
>
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>>9214287
gordon ramsey more like gordon rawsey amirite fellas
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>>9214287

he prepared the beef, also hes at home

do you wash your hands after taking a piss, or fapping?
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>>9214297
... yes anon, I do.
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>>9214297
Yes

but anyway the bacteria you contact when touching human genitals (unless they are infected) will almost certainly be less risky than the bacteria present in raw ground meat
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>>9214328

the piping hot grill will kill his bacteria, also hes in california, so the beef is cancer safe
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>>9214328

if he ground the beef himself theres no risk

have you seen his kitchen, its probably self ground

also he cooked the buns anyways
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>>9214348

he cooked the onions as well, everything that touched the meat pan was placed in the grill
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>>9210467
David Leonard please
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>>9214196
>complains about complaining about reddit spacing while trying this hard not to use it
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>>9211232
Gordon uses "literally" so much in his vocabulary I am literally 90% sure he's lurked 4chan at some point in time.
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>>9210467
You are an idiot sandwich
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>>9214201
>exposing the jew for what it is is now alt-right

sure thing pal
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His daughter(s) are pretty cute.
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jesus christ, so i just had the idea to sign up for slingtv or directvnow to get the fox ondemand access which requires a TV subscription to see HK full seasons..

but it gives you 1 hour to "preview it"

so i search for hells kitchen, and randomly selected a season an episode, and its fucking expired and the expire date was back when the episode aired, 2011

so you literally have to pirate the fucking show, or buy the DVD's and then watch it that way which is inconvenient as fuck

its cool that they offer the last 5 episodes of the current season for free (and going forward) but thats rediculous to not let Amazon or Hulu stream it, when you let them stream the other ramsay shows on fox
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>>9213526
Look at his age. He's too old for a restaurant kitchen, and he knows it. That's why the career arc is (hopefully) to become executive chef by the time you've aged out of the kitchen. Which he did. Along the way you publish some books, which he has also done. And if you're really lucky you become a television celebrity chef, which he has also done. This guy's peers are Legace, Batali and to a lesser degree Bourdain (more of a dark horse, because he's a better author and celebrity than he ever was a chef). Do you think any of these guys have done any actual cooking in any of their restaurants during service in like a decade or more? No. Not only are they too old for that shit, but that's not their job anymore. Their job is running their empires and maintaining their brands.
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>>9211933
Looks like at most an hour of work, baka. Stop being afraid of the kitchen.
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Op try cooking one of his recipes, he's produced some crackers! Best corn flake sandwiches in Britain!
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/ck/ likes to try and discredit any chef that becomes popular and goes on TV as if it suddenly means all their previous work disappeared overnight.
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>>9213787
Michelin stars arent as hard to get as you think. Popularity basically means you get them thrown at you for every restaurant you open after the fact.
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>>9215109
>Popularity basically means you get them thrown at you for every restaurant you open after the fact.
Not quite, but it does assure inspectors show up at your restaurants. You still have to deliver the goods to get stars. And you lose them if you fail to deliver.
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>>9215144

then u can just shut down the resturant
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>>9215144
>clueless; the post.
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>>9211232
You can't tell me he's not on speed.
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why does he get all ancy when he starts talking about food

he cant stop touching his mouth, slapping his hands, ect..
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>>9214211
>Who gives a single shit what "the general public" think?
Uh, that's kind of instrumental to the topic of relevancy. He creamed you in this argument, just give up and move on.
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>>9210429
Dunno, don't care. I find his antics entertaining (though I skip the non-cooking challenges and rewards in Hell's Kitchen) and I've had some success using his advice, so he's cool in my book.

It's sad seeing the early British episodes of Kitchen Nightmares and then watching the US version. The show used to feel so genuine, but the current version is crap.
I wish his shows didn't have to put in so much "reality show" bullshit to be popular.

In Kitchen Nightmares, for example, it always pisses me the fuck off when he checks the cleanliness of the kitchen/etc after the dinner service starts. It's purely for drama since it allows him to "SHUT IT DOWN." If he really cared he'd check that shit right after trying the food.
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