>this man walks into your kitchen
>what do you cook for him?
Red beans and rice with fried pork chops.
He'd respect a traditional Creole meal, but I'd have to make the portions smaller.
Also, I think he'd dig all the awesome smoked meats. Andouille, ham hocks, tasso, etc.
Just order some take out, maybe get a pizza delivered. It's a special occasion, it's not every day a celebrity walks into your home. Also it'll give me enough time to get on my knees and take in his magnificent girth into my mouf.
Baked ham, cheese and tomato sandwiches, beef flavored ramen, a beer or three and ask if he would please stop saying fuck every other word. He seems like an OK guy, and decent cook (pardon me, always hated the term "chef", self appointed masters of their "craft" Only chef I know is "chef Boyardee" and a very few others, mostly whores, hookers, pimps, fags, never to well, con artists and alkies or young dishwashers pro tip- I.am not the last young anyway.seriously, it takes a special kind of person to take that stuff every day or night.Gordon Ramsey is ok, pretty good in fact, but ya shouldn't encourage him too much.End up with George Patton in the world of cooking.
Eggs, the way I learned from America's Test Kitchen. Scrambled, a little wet, but with big curds. High heat until it starts to set, then take it down to low.
And I'd look him straight in the fucking eyes when I served them to him.
Well, if I take the current contents of my fridge, I guess I could make some bastard ground chicken thai green curry over egg noodles.
He can have half of the last can of cheap shitty pilsner too.
tough question to answer
I'm tempted to say chicken sashimi because fuck him
I'm also tempted to say an ass fucking, because maybe that's the one thing he can take raw
But I would probably just settle on a pad thai just to remind him of when his entire island saw his ass getting handed to him by a stuck up Asian motherfucker on national television
All I have is shit to make fajitas tonight, so that.
He should enjoy the taste, but the presentation is a disaster since I mix it all into one pan and add half a packet of the seasoning. It tastes amazing but it looks like shit.
>Cook chicken in a pan with some oil while I cut veggies
>Break chicken up in the pan, I don't cut them into nice even strips, I just mash it the fuck up
>Dump in onions, and green, red, orange, and yellow peppers
>Add a little bit more oil and let the veggies cook
>Add in some generic fajita seasoning
Comes out delicious, I'm sure someone will say I'm a faggot for now making my own seasoning or something like that.
As Gordon leaned in closer and put his strong Scottish arms around my waist I could feel the insisting bulge of his weenus against my lower back; he wanted this as much as I did.
His hot wet breath hung in my ears like a freshly slaughtered pig, pulsing faster and deeper while he guided my hands in assembling the sandwich.
"I will always be your Hamburger Helper" he said.
I find fucking up fried, breaded pork chops is nearly impossible. Mashed potatoes with a scoop of sour cream added during mashing. And a tossed salad.
You literally have to be retarded to mess anything up, and everyone love pork chops, nigga.
>If you bread it well enough, it sort of seals the inside of the pork chop
Yeah, but what does any of that have to do with the fact that protein firms up once the magic temperature is reached. The presence of moisture doesn't affect it one way or the other.
With cream, obviously. I don't know his stance on this, but if he tries to tell me not to use cream, I'll fucking glass him.
its a reference to the "pepperoni pizza power" line, which is a ninja turtles reference(turtle power). pizza is the favorite food of the turtles and theyre basically asian americanized anthropomorphs.
which fits the snack perfectly as far as metaphors go.
also notice power is green and guy is a faggot bringing back shit from the 90s.
id try it out though, cause TURTLE POWER!
why does everyone on /ck/ either hate Ramsay, or have some sort of strange sexual attraction to him? Sure, he can be a loud, angry taskmaster who demands perfection in his kitchens, but that's his right. anyone who is willing to put out sub-par food doesn't deserve the three michelin stars he has attained. outside of the professional kitchen and his highly scripted and dramatized television shows, he seems like he would be a pretty cool guy to be around, if not a bit of a shit talker. i'd enjoy his company for dinner, and would love to hear some of his opinions on food and the restaurant industry.
oh, and if he was hungry, i'd make a simple pasta dish with peas, lobster, and a white wine sauce finished with butter.
>he has 15 michelin stars, more than anyone other than Robuchon
This is the thing that I never understand about the people he deals with on his restaurant shows. If you've worked in a restaurant, let alone opened up your own restaurant, you should have some idea what having Michelin stars means, whatever your opinion on Michelin stars may be.
He's obviously not just celebrity chef who likes to yell and get all hot and bothered. Seriously, I've seen him go into places run by chefs he used to work with that have been in the industry longer than him and they act as though they know better and aren't going to be talked down to (editing, blah, blah, blah...).
If he came into my kitchen I'd take every bit of advice he offered. If it was the kitchen I work in I'd give him what I thought was are best dish (currently between jobs), and if it was my home kitchen I'd probably do something simple like gumbo or chili (which, despite yuropoors thinking otherwise, has beans 99% of the time), and Gordon would appreciate a well made, traditional home cooked meal done well.
I was gonna say that he'd be obviously opposed, as it's poor form in the professional cooking world, but then again he's shown time and time again that he has no idea how foreign cuisine works
Would you be able to live on a Banquet?
There are 480 calories in a 1 meal serving of Banquet Chicken Fingers Meal.
Calorie breakdown: 39% fat, 47% carbs, 14% protein.
current dietary intake
The current dietary intake of Americans has
contributed to the obesity epidemic. Many children and adults have a usual calorie intake that exceeds their daily needs, and they are not physically active enough to compensate for these intakes. The combination sets them on a track to gain weight. On the basis of national survey data, the average calorie intake among women and men older than age 19 years are estimated to be 1,785 and 2,640 calories
per day, respectively.
On my badly researched advice if you were to throw in an apple, a carrot and 4 glasses of water with 2 of these everyday i believe you could survive pretty well.
Can anyone with a worthy nutritional knowledge way in on my research?
I don't cook shit for him, I ask him what he needs and go get it so he can cook for me. I also apologize profusely for how absolute dogshit all my cookware is. If he insists I cook, I would make him fried rice.
I make him some real fucking scrabled eggs and while that smug cunt is eating and JUDGING me, I'll split his head open with a blunt fucking object.
Maybe I'll shoot him up with some of that foul goop he calls 'scrambled eggs' while he's out cold.
>Ramsay's antipathy towards vegetarians is well documented. In 2003, when Ramsay was asked about his most recent lie, he replied: "To a table of vegetarians who had artichoke soup. I told them it was made with vegetable stock when it was chicken stock." He followed this up by feeding meat to a vegetarian during National Vegetarian Week. Passers-by were invited to sample pizzas at a struggling Italian restaurant and, when one of the volunteers mentioned that he had been a vegetarian for eight years, Ramsay offered him a slice of "special veggie pizza". After he had eaten it, Ramsay told him – wait for it – that the pizza had ham on it! Ramsay was then filmed laughing and telling the restaurant's chefs they had "converted a vegetarian". As the volunteer hurried away, Ramsay called out after him, "Good luck with the Vegemite!"
That's kind of misleading witht he pizza thing. I saw that on tv and the chef hadn't told him that it had ham in it, and the customer hadn't mentioned to the chef that he was vegetarian. Ramsay assumed the pizza was vegetarian, because it had all vegetarian toppings and the ham was hidden underneath the cheese.
Vegetarian/Vegan is just Kosher/Halal set to 11.
Who fucking cares anyway?
Amyl nitrate poppers
>no fucking lamb sauce
>>he has 15 michelin stars, more than anyone other than Robuchon
>This is the thing that I never understand about the people he deals with on his restaurant shows. ...
Of course even Gordon sometimes overlooks the talents of a magnificent chef.
I would love to prank him, and cook a tv dinner and then slide it onto a plate just to see what he has to say about the quality of the tv dinner, with him thinking that it's something that I cooked from scratch.
Oh Amy, they need to make a reality tv show where Amy and Sammie try to run a restaurant with the owners of The Burger Kitchen (can't remember their names but they are equally as nuts).
I'm just going to leave this here.
>I would love to prank him, and cook a tv dinner and then slide it onto a plate just to see what he has to say about the quality of the tv dinner, with him thinking that it's something that I cooked from scratch.
That's essentially what the shitty restaurants on his show often try to do, but they're trying to be sneaky and cheap, not pranky. He is adamant when he thinks specific ingredients were frozen, like seafood, pasta, whatever. He's only angry if the proprietors deny it; otherwise he's just diappointed. I'm not sure I've seen him actually advocate frozen ingredients; I assume he must...there is a cost/benefit tradeoff, and for certain markets and climates it would have to make sense.
>Why is this bird protected in the EU, when it's conservation status is that of "least concern"?
Because it's population has been dropping in half or more for each of the last three decades, demand remains very high since rarity just means it's a more expensive delicacy, in certain areas it's already disappeared completely ("least concern" is the global, not regional/local, designation), it's migratory so hunting in one country affects the populations and ecosystems of other countries, and the methods of capture, fattening (typically to double its natural weight), and transit are considered by many people to be cruel for a wild animal.
>ITT: American kiddies that have only ever watched Hell's Kitchen.
You know any head chef yells at shitty apprentices like that, right? He hams it up for Americans audiences. Try watching the series where he goes around helping failing restaurants. The guy knows his shit.
To answer OP's question though, some sort of good honest pub meal. No scallops because he's a bit autistic about those.