Gordon Ramsay Roasted Martha Stewart, Chrissy Teigen and More Over Their Food Photos on the Internet
Gordon Ramsay has a real knack for saying exactly what he thinks and feels.
Oreo is a a simple and classic cookie. In my opinion, it doesn't need any pizazz. Dunk them in some milk, crumble them up over ice cream, or make some fun dessert creation out of them. I don't love that Nestle feels the need to mess with something so classic. But hey, they didn't ask me. Until now.
Oreo wants it's fans to create a new Oreo flavor and they are offering $500,000 to whomever can do it.
Knowing how to use a kitchen knife is an essential skill for anyone who cooks. Chopping around with a blunt blade is an excellent way to waste time preparing food and (potentially) injure yourself. And then, there's the number of knives people are expected to own! You don't need a 12-piece knife set to cook well.
Cooking can be too refined. It can be stuffy and boring. But it does not have to be. You can make food that is rough, tough and relieves stress after a hard week of work. You can fire up your power tools for your mis en place. Work smarter, friends, and use the tools you already have! (But seriously, don't try to do what is in this video because it's super dangerous.)
Cookout season is here, which means it's time to fire up your grill, crack open a cold one, and invite your friends over. I know everyone has their speciality: the potato salad, the perfect patty, etc;. Few people have a secret sauce. Most simply grab a bottle of ketchup, mustard, or mayo and slather that on whatever they eat. That seems illogical. Why on earth would you slave over the perfect hamburger only to overpower it's flavor with ketchup?
Leave it to Ellen DeGeneres to make a cooking segment super hilarious and somewhat weird.
For nearly a decade, Gordon Ramsay searched America far and wide for the worst restaurants. He bravely tested some of the nastiest, greasiest dishes in countless musty dining rooms, much to our delight. There's nothing better than seeing him verbally eviscerate some clueless chef who is overly prideful of some mysterious dairy goop dish. But, there have (apparently) been dishes that weren't so bad. Good dishes exist in some of America's worst restaurants, and Ramsay stumbled upon them.
So if you have ever wanted to see what Ramsay looked like while eating food that he enjoys, here are the only instances of it happening.