Uncle Roger, a character created by U.K.-based Malaysian comedian Nigel Ng, approves of famed British chef Gordon Ramsay’s way of cooking egg fried rice.
Surprising approval: Ramsay received quite the approval from Uncle Roger in his latest egg fried rice review video, which was posted over the weekend.
Food blogger My Nguyen was recently on the receiving end of Gordon Ramsay’s no holds barred meal criticism on social media.@gordonramsayofficialThat’s not a Healthy Sandwich this is an ##idiotsandwich !!! ##duet with @myhealthydish ##ramsayreacts ##fyp♬ original sound – myhealthydish
Gordon Ramsay Unleashed a ‘White Geisha Cocktail’ at his ‘Authentic’ Chinese Restaurant and Thanks, People Hate It
After drawing intense backlash following the promotion of his new London restaurant, Lucky Cat, Gordon Ramsay clearly still hasn’t learned his lesson seeing as he’s landed himself in yet another controversy just weeks later.
Ramsay’s restaurant is going viral for all the wrong reasons once again after a tweet picturing their “White Geisha” cocktail began circulating on Twitter. According to the Lucky Cat website, the cocktail is, “a heady mixture of Vodka, sake syrup, yuzu and egg white with a portrait of a Geisha on top.”
Gordon Ramsay will open an “authentic Asian” restaurant in London this summer.
“Lucky Cat,” located in Grosvenor Square, Mayfair claims to be an “authentic Asian Eating House,” according to the British celebrity chef’s restaurant group.
British celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay’s upcoming television show has already generated quite a controversy even before its production.
Last week, National Geographic announced the new show called “Uncharted” which will take Ramsay to different parts of the globe “discovering the undiscovered,” a fancy way of saying “Columbusing dishes from different cultures.”
Chef Gordon Ramsay received a tirade of comments after he allegedly insulted a Mumbai man’s dish.
Ramsay has never been one to shy away from giving criticism when it comes to food and cooking. In the culinary world, he is famous for his foul language and temper, which makes him even more popular on television.
Gordon Ramsay couldn’t give a stuffed chicken’s ass about BTS Jin’s culinary concoction.
A fan of the South Korean boy band, also known as Bangtan Boys, asked the British celebrity chef to give his thoughts on Jin’s dish, according to Allkpop.
Gordon Ramsay wouldn’t exactly win the nicest boss award judging from his demeanor on the competition cooking show “Hell’s Kitchen.” Instead of empathizing with his cooks’ problems, he scolds them and curses them out of his kitchen.
Last week, the master chef held a Reddit AMA, where users asked him whatever questions they wanted.
It’s hard not to picture an angry, foul-mouthed, screaming chef when you hear the name Gordon Ramsay. For many, it’s easy to disregard him as a pompous ass — ultimately, that explosive character is what people like to watch and what lead to the success of his numerous cooking shows.