Gordon Ramsay has recently become almost more famous for his award-winning TV shows "Kitchen Nightmares" and "The F Word", than for his expertise as an awardwinning chef and restaurateur. However, at the heart of his talent is a passion for good food and an eye for perfection that has consistently seen him receive three coveted Michelin stars. He has been called the best chef of his generation, and this book sees Gordon at his day job - running a three-star kitchen and producing food often described as 'sublime'. Getting right to the heart of why Gordon is such a celebrated chef, the first part of the book shows 50 classic Gordon Ramsay recipes presented as they would be in one of his restaurants. The second part of the book shows the dishes presented in a domestic situation with full recipes and step-by-step instructions to recreate them yourself. Dishes include Gordon's signature Lobster Ravioli, Corn Reared Beef Fillet with Marrow Crust, Ginger Mousse and a Bitter Chocolate Cylinder with Coffee Granite.
Gordon Ramsay is Britain's most successful and most talked about chef. His superb cooking has earned him three Michelin stars at his celebrated eponymous restaurant in Chelsea. His other Michelin starred restaurants include Gordon Ramsay at Claridges, Gordon Ramsay at The Connaught, Petrus at The Berkeley Hotel, Maze and the Savoy Grill. In Autumn 2006 he opened his first restaurant in America - Gordon Ramsay at The London, in New York. His empire also includes restaurants in Dubai and Tokyo. Now a celebrated TV presenter his award-winning TV series include The F Word, Kitchen Nightmares and Hell's Kitchen (both in the UK and US). His bestselling books Chef for All Seasons, Just Desserts, Gordon Ramsay's Secrets, Gordon Ramsay Makes It Easy and Sunday Lunch, have sold over 1.3 million copies worldwide.