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Gordon Ramsay's Next Move and More News

Gordon Ramsay's Next Move and More News

In today's Media Mix, a coffee cup lid for your mason jar, plus Thomas Keller gets dunked

The Daily Meal brings you the biggest news from the food world.

Coffee Cup Lids: Forget Starbucks paper cups; grab a mason jar and top it with this lid, meshing super hipster and super kitschy. [Cuppow]

Social Media to Search Food: A food social media app has decided to launch a search engine, combining all its information under a Social Food Guide. [The Next Web]

Thomas Keller Dunked: The famed chef took a stand on the dunk tank at Bouchon's Bastille Day party this weekend. [Eater]

Gordon Ramsay's Next Move: In an extensive (unfortunately, subscription-only) feature with Ramsay, we learn his plans to expand his airport restaurants, plus Union Street Café (the Beckham-backed restaurant). [Sunday Times]


Gordon Ramsay

Gordon James Ramsay OBE is a British chef, restaurateur, writer and television personality. He was born in Johnstone, Scotland, and raised in Stratford-upon-Avon, England. His restaurants have been awarded 16 Michelin stars in total and currently hold a total of seven.

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Gordon James Ramsay OBE (born 8 November 1966) is a British chef, restaurateur, writer, and television personality. He was born in Johnstone, Scotland, and raised in Stratford-upon-Avon, England. His restaurants have been awarded 16 Michelin stars in total and currently hold a total of seven. His signature restaurant, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay in Chelsea, London, has held three Michelin stars since 2001. After rising to fame on the British television miniseries Boiling Point in 1998, Ramsay had become one of the best-known and most influential chefs in the UK by 2004.

As a reality television personality, Ramsay is known for his bluntness, as well as occasionally fiery temper, strict demeanour, and frequent use of expletives. He combines activities in the television, film, hospitality, and food industries and has promoted and hired various chefs who have apprenticed under his wing. Ramsay is known for presenting TV programmes about competitive cookery and food, such as the British series Hell’s Kitchen, The F Word, and Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares, the latter winning the BAFTA for Best Feature at the 2005 British Academy Television Awards, and the American versions of Hell’s Kitchen, Kitchen Nightmares, MasterChef, MasterChef Junior, as well as Hotel Hell and 24 Hours to Hell and Back. In 2020, Forbes listed his earnings at $70 million for the previous 12 months, and ranked him the 19th-highest-earning celebrity in the world.


How to make Gordon Ramsay Shrimp Tostadas

Ultimate Home Cooking guide explains how to make his favorite street food dish delicious shrimp tostada. Now go gather your equipment and let’s start cooking.

Equipment Needed for Shrimp Tostadas Recipe

1. How to Prepare Shrimp

First, twist off the head, then peel off all the shell and pull off the tail. With the tip of a sharp knife, score the prawn along the back and lift out the black vein. Rinse the prepared shrimp before using it.

2. Marinating the Shrimp for Tostadas

Marinate the shrimp first for 15 minutes add a bit of garlic nice and fine. Don’t know how to thinly slice, just get a little grater. This will grate the garlic nice and fine as well nice Pinch of chili flakes over the prawn garlic in salt pepper and olive oil give that a really nice little mix. Let them marinate.

3. Avocado and Salad Prep

Start prepping on the salad, radishes with tops and tails removed and then add cherry tomatoes halves spring onions sliced with salt to season, then add heat with a few chili peppers sliced thin on an angle.

Cut avocado cut in half, then give that a little twist. So now you just go down, down, and down carefully with your knife turn around, then you take your spoon scoop out the diced avocado.

Cut Baby gem lettuce half then shred freshly, squeezed lime juice and a little drizzle of olive oil. Lime complements this salad wonderfully add roughly chopped coriander and mix, this is the perfect base for Tostada salads.

4. Cooking Shrimp and Toasting Tortilla

Begin cooking the prawns in a very hot pan with a teaspoon of olive oil. Make sure pan is hot enough to give you a sizzle when you put that the first shrimp in the pan. If you don’t hear a sizzle with the first shrimp don’t put the rest in. keep shrimp flat on the pan make sure you add all the marinade in as well. The shrimp will change colorfast, cooking the shrimp quickly in a very hot pan will give the shrimp a much better taste and cook in 2-3 minutes.

Squeeze lime juice over the top of shrimp move shrimp toss and saute. Make sure you use corn tortilla they are more full-bodied than flour, and they also toast up nicely. Place in a hot pan, no oils, in a dry pan so that the corn tortilla crisps on the outside.

5. Construct Tostadas

To construct the Shrimp Tostadas place a generous amount of salad on crisp corn tortilla next add shrimp place with the tails into the center in with of the bigger side of the shrimp facing the outside.


Gordon Ramsay, Fox Team for ‘Next Level Chef’ Cooking Competition

The series, which debuts in the 2021-22 season, will feature competitors making dishes in a multi-level culinary arena.

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Gordon Ramsay is adding to his mini-empire of Fox series.

The celebrity chef will host and executive produce a competition series called Next Level Chef to air in the 2021-22 season. The show gets its name from the set on which it takes place: a multi-level culinary arena where each floor contains a differently equipped kitchen, with ingredients to match.

The series joins the Ramsay-led Hell’s Kitchen, Masterchef and Masterchef Junior on the network.

“This is the next evolution in cooking competitions,” said Ramsay. “It’s big and it’s bold, and I can’t wait for people to see it.”

The show will be open to home cooks, restaurant line cooks, social media foodies, food truck owners and any other level of would-be chef. Chefs Nyesha Arrington (Top Chef, Selena + Chef) and Gino D’Acampo will serve as judges and mentors alongside Ramsay. Each will recruit a group of chefs and try to bring out the best work in each of them. The winner receives a $250,000 prize.

Next Level Chef is a unique format that could only come from the delightfully brilliant culinary mind of Gordon Ramsay,” said Rob Wade, president alternative entertainment and specials at Fox. “We couldn’t be happier to bring Gordon, Nyesha and Gino competing together on what is a new and innovative way into a cooking competition series.”

Next Level Chef was developed by Studio Ramsay team, led by chief creative officer Lisa Edwards and creative director of development Fernando De Jesus. Fox Alternative Entertainment and Studio Ramsay produce, with Ramsay, Edwards and Matt Cahoon executive producing.


Gordon Ramsay teases fans he's 'turning vegan' with aubergine steak recipe

Gordon Ramsay has stunned fans after he confessed he is "turning vegan" - but all was not as it seemed.

The 54-year-old celebrity chef, who is famous for both his love of meat and his blasé attitude, shared how he makes a vegan steak on TikTok in light of the announcement.

In a video that has racked up more than 13 million views on the social media platform, Gordon told his 22 million followers: "Hi guys, it’s Gordon. I’ve got a confession.

"After three decades of cooking, hundreds and hundreds and thousands of hours behind the stove, I’m turning vegan."

He then goes on to share his take on a "vegan steak."

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After charing an aubergine, he seasons and oils it generously.

He adds red wine to a saucepan and reduces it before adding butter - which he assures fans is vegan - and the aubergine, before basting.

He serves the aubergine with mash, adds garnish and pours over a sauce to complete the dish.

But as the tutorial comes to an end it&aposs clear that Gordon isn&apost giving up meat for good as he revealed that he went vegan &aposfor lunch, only&apos.

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He also made a dig at another TikTok user &aposThat Vegan Teacher,&apos otherwise known as Kadie Karen Diekmeyer, after she was banned for forcing veganism on her followers.

In the caption of his video, Gordon wrote: "That Vegan Teacher where are yo——oh wait," and fans were in hysterics.

Since being posted, the video has racked up more than 3.3 million likes and almost 46,000 comments from fans.

One person said: "Thank God he said for lunch."

Another commented: "Damnn he really did that."

"Omg! Almost had me there," added a third.

And someone else put: "I GOT SCARED WHEN I HEARD &aposI&aposm turning vegan.&apos"

Whilst another commented: "Gordon really out here getting the last laugh."


The burgers had a few common ingredients, but some were incorporated differently

Both burger recipes called for onions caramelized in balsamic vinegar, bacon, sliced tomato, and a mayo-based sauce.

The onions were a highlight of both burgers and provided much-needed sweet acidity.

Though bacon was a common thread, it was used differently in each sandwich. Ramsay's recipe featured a single piece that sat between the top bun and the cheese-covered patty, while the European team's burger called for pieces of the bacon to be broken up and buried inside the patty itself.

The smokiness of the bacon was more noticeable on Ramsay's burger. I was able to taste the flavor more prominently, thanks to the bacon remaining in one large piece, whereas the pieces I cooked into the Euro patty had a more muted taste - though those small bits did surprisingly retain their crunch, which made for an exciting texture in the Euro-burger.

Both sauces started with some mayonnaise and what Ramsay called "French mustard" - for this, I used Dijon. The celebrity chef's recipe added Tabasco sauce and another mustard with whole seeds - for this, I used stone-ground. The Euro-burger sauce was just mayo and Dijon.

Ramsay's sauce was significantly more flavorful than its European-inspired counterpart. Its sharpness complemented the flavors of cheddar cheese and smoky bacon beautifully.


Gordon Ramsay Cooks Up Competition Series ‘Next Level Chef’ For Fox With Nyesha Arrington & Gino D’Acampo

Gordon Ramsay is preparing a new meal for Fox. The network has ordered Next Level Chef, a new cooking competition series featuring Ramsay and chefs Nyesha Arrington and Gino D’Acampo.

The show, which is produced by Studio Ramsay and Fox Alternative Entertainment, features a culinary gauntlet, set on a stage, over three stories high, each floor containing a different kitchen.

Line cooks, home chefs, social media stars and food struck owners will compete against each other to be crowned the the food world&rsquos newest superstar.

Ramsay, Arrington and D’Acampo will each recruit a group of the chefs and take them under their wings to get the best out of them and help them win the $250,000 grand prize.

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It is Ramsay&rsquos latest show for the Fox network he is a judge on MasterChef and MasterChef Jr., and fronted doc series Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back for the network. He also previously fronted a U.S. adaptation of The F Word for Fox in 2017.

Arrington previously appeared on Bravo&rsquos Top Chef, while D’Acampo is best known for palling around with Ramsay on ITV series Gordon, Gino & Fred: Road Trip.

The project was developed by the Studio Ramsay team led by Chief Creative Officer Lisa Edwards and creative director of development Fernando De Jesus. Ramsay, Lisa Edwards and Matt Cahoon serve as executive producers.

&ldquoNext Level Chef is a unique format that could only come from the delightfully brilliant culinary mind of Gordon Ramsay,&rdquo said Rob Wade, President, Alternative Entertainment and Specials, Fox Entertainment. &ldquoWe couldn&rsquot be happier to bring Gordon, Nyesha and Gino competing together on what is a new and innovative way into a cooking competition series.&rdquo

&ldquoThis is the next evolution in cooking competitions,&rdquo added Ramsay. &ldquoIt&rsquos big and it&rsquos bold, and I can&rsquot wait for people to see it.&rdquo


Gordon Ramsay reacts to Cheetos-stuffed cheeseburger recipe, jokes that he's 'turning vegan'

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Just because something tastes like cheese, that doesn’t mean it necessarily belongs on (or in) a cheeseburger.

Over the years, aspiring chefs have presented some strange dishes to Gordon Ramsay. Even after all this time, however, he apparently still hasn’t seen everything.

The famous chef uses his TikTok channel to react to other chef’s cooking videos. While most of his posts feature him criticizing someone for not searing a steak properly or for over or under seasoning a cut of meat, he recently posted a different type of criticism.

Reacting to a video originally posted by Cheese Daily, Ramsay watches as a cook prepares a burger stuffed with Cheetos and cheese. The footage starts off by showing a cook placing several Cheetos on a single burger.

“Oh dear, no. Cheetos on a burger? Stop it,” says Ramsay. “How to ruin a burger, you doughnut.”

After adding a few pieces of cheese, another burger patty is placed on the top and the sides are sealed shut. The stuffed burger is then grilled. In the footage, it is not shown if the burger is seasoned (aside from the Cheetos) before being grilled.

“What’s next? Or really, another slab of meat? Honestly, if that’s a burger, I’m turning vegan,” Ramsay responds.

Ramsay recently made headlines for another video he posted, responding to a chef who stated, “Chef Ramsay, you can’t cook for nothing.” He then proceeds to show how to prepare and cook a piece of lamb.

Ramsay then criticized the other chef for cutting giant holes in the lamb, pouring unnecessary olive oil on it and using whole, unpeeled onions in the pan.


Gordon Ramsay reacts to his daughter’s cooking on TikTok

According to Delish, Ramsay recently commented on a video of his daughter Holly cooking and he was less than impressed in her work. It seems that Holly was trying to recreate one of her father’s recipes and well if he is to be believed, she didn’t do as good of a job as we might of expected. In fact, he ended his roasting of his daughter by saying, “Young lady, you should know better. Shame on you, Holly!”

So what exactly was Holly trying to recreate? It seems that Holly was working on her dad’s potato gnocchi recipe. And while we would totally eat her creation, Gordon Ramsay doesn’t seem to have the same reaction we did.

And of course, his daughter was not the only victim of his roasting, as there have been multiple videos shared by the chef where he roasts other home chefs on TikTok. Even after roasting Holly, Ramsay was quick to find a new chef to take to task, this time for creating a mac and cheese pizza.

Honestly, we are here for Gordon Ramsay being on TikTok and we love the idea of him doing a series of roasts of home chefs. We can’t wait to see what he says and does next.

Have you seen chef Ramsay on TikTok? Are you going to watch him roasting home chefs? Tell us what you think in the comments.


Who Makes Better Scrambled Eggs, Bobby Flay or Gordon Ramsay?

As far as basic cooking skills go, most of us can scramble an egg. Or at least we think we can. Sure, we can heat it to a point of being safe to eat, but are we really getting the most out of our scramble?

Celebrity chefs Bobby Flay and Gordon Ramsay would probably say no. Both of them have explicit directions for creating a heavenly egg, and it doesn&rsquot involve a half-hearted scramble on a stove while scrolling through emails.

Their instructions have quite a bit in common. They both expect you to continually scramble your eggs, &ldquoyou can&rsquot stop stirring. It&rsquos live,&rdquo Gordon Ramsay says in his instructions. There are only one or two ingredients you wouldn&rsquot necessarily expect for scrambled eggs (as long as you expect scrambled eggs to have eggs, butter, salt and pepper.) One of those is crème fraîche, an ingredient that I couldn&rsquot find in the grocery store so made by combining a half-pint of heavy cream and one tablespoon of cultured buttermilk the night before. In the morning, I had a semi-thick sour cream-like substance (though significantly less salty) and more buttermilk than I will ever know what to do with. The other ingredient is chives, which I didn’t have either, but I figured for the purposes of this test the green onions I did have would be fine.

I put both of their recipes to the test to answer the question: Which chef scrambles a better egg?

Up first: Bobby Flay’s scrambled eggs

According to PopSugar, Bobby Flay starts his scramble by pre-beating his eggs and adding cold butter and crème fraîche to a pan. When the butter and crème fraîche are almost (but not quite) melted, he adds the eggs and black pepper and uses a spatula to constantly move the eggs around while they cook. Do not salt them yet. When they&rsquore about three-quarters of the way done, add a bit of salt and plate them. He says they&rsquoll keep cooking.

Image: Colleen Stinchcombe/SheKnows

He&rsquos right. They do keep cooking, and they were OK. I&rsquom still getting used to this not-fried-within-an-inch-of-their-life cooking style, but they were fine.

Up next: Gordon Ramsay’s scrambled eggs

Gordon Ramsay&rsquos instructions actually come to us via this charming video, so if you&rsquod rather hear him describe the process, please enjoy:


The gist of it is this: Do not pre-beat the eggs (shame on you, Bobby Flay). Do not pre-melt the butter, but rather add the whole eggs and a lob of butter to a pan and start vigorously mixing the eggs around with a spatula as they cook (they agree on this part). Ramsay also makes a show of moving the eggs on and off the heat as the eggs thicken, which seemed a little more like a magical egg dance than an actual technique, but I went with it anyway. As the eggs reach their final stages of cooking, he takes the eggs off the heat and adds a dollop of crème fraîche to bring down the egg temperature. He then adds salt and pepper and some chives, which he says lift the flavor of the eggs.

Image: Colleen Stinchcombe/SheKnows

These eggs were the bomb. I feel as though they may have had an unfair advantage over Flay&rsquos because of the chives (or in my case, green onions), but hey, Flay didn&rsquot mention chives, and that&rsquos not my fault. The texture was also pretty different &mdash Ramsay&rsquos were sort of velvety and not stuck together, and Flay&rsquos were more traditionally globbed together.

So, in this Flay vs. Ramsay challenge, I&rsquod say Ramsay won. Now I have to figure out what to do with half a cup of homemade crème fraîche.