Mrs VI watched the programme and told me that Gordon Ramsay's idea of cooking "a" great menu was opposed by the regular chef in said corrective establishment, as prisoners are entitled to a choice of 5 (five) different menus ("normal food", vegetarian, vegan, Kosher, Halal). FFS
Last edited by Victor Inox; 29th Jun 2012 at 08:05.
Apparently his TV persona is very different from the real man. I have heard from several sources he is a very pleasant and decent man. As it happens, I like his TV persona too but I can understand why others might not.
Apparently his TV persona is very different from the real man.
I know a couple of pilots that have flown him in corporate jets and they say in person he very nice and very funny. They'd fly him again anytime, there are many 'famous' people that they, and I back in the day, would not say that about.
His series 'Hell's kitchen' in the US I have questions about. The so-called chefs that are on this show, can barely boil water. I mean how many times does it take to figure out that one cannot serve under cooked pork? Hell, they even cut the pork in half before they bring it front and you can see it is still very pink in the middle. And these people are supposed to be professional chefs?
Is that Mach 2 with the blowers lit and out of a split S and straight down or a double dive profile? Did not know it was that fast. Also when he asks how close the other aircraft were it sort of looked as if they were still at least in radio if not visual contact
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Doing a lot of work in Far East prisons at the moment, malaysia, Thailand, HK, Phillipines, and truest me, you would NOT eat here by choice, well not what the prisoners get anyway.
Had to eat a meal in a prison yesterday in the Officer's canteen, and very nice it was too, by the time I got back to the hotel a few hours later, it was however "in the departure lounge" and ready to make good it's own escape !