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10 Things You Didn’t Know About GORDON RAMSAY

10 Facts you most probably didn’t know about famous chef Gordon Ramsay. —————————————————————————————– Gordon Ramsay has built a massive empire centered around his love for all things culinary-related. He has starred in various television shows, including “Hell’s Kitchen,” “MasterChef,” and “Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares.” He has restaurants all over the globe, and he even launched his own line of tableware. We’ve all seen him blow a gasket on national television, but there’s much more to this celebrity chef than his short temper. Here are 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Go...

Gordon Ramsay Learns How To Make Cocaine

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How to Butcher and Cook Wild Rabbit

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35 UNBELIEVABLE COOKING HACKS

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THE FOUR TYPES OF CHEFS – WHERE DO YOU FIT?

We work – this is what people were meant to do, this is what helps to give us purpose, this is what shapes, to a large degree, the person that we are. How we approach this work, the type of work that we choose or that chooses us, and the level of satisfaction that we gain from what we do is very much dependent on how seriously we take the process of making a career choice. Some may say that choosing what we do is the exception to the rule, that to many people work is work – a means to an end, a necessary process that allows us all to survive – to get by. I would respectfully disagree and choose to take the more optimistic approach and say that everyone can make a choice, a choice that will allow an individual to survive financially, but even more importantly – to find a p...

If a Chef Was President….

Here is an interesting concept from Harvest America Cues! – check it out it and leave us some comments   With an understanding that “learning on the job” is acceptable, it is possible to fall back on what certain professions might bring to the table of governing. How interesting might it be to transfer the skills of the kitchen and restaurant to the Capitol and the Oval Office? Anyway, this is what it might look like, what special skills and training a chef brings to the table: []         QUALITY FIRST Chefs are committed to doing things right. After all – everything that a chef does carries his or her signature. To this end, it would be unheard of for a chef to present anything as representative of his or her work without doting all the “I’s” and crossing all ...

All of Gordon Ramsay’s Best Pranks | COMPILATION

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Speed Chicken Cutting Skills Video

Check out this quick and precise chicken butchery, Freshly killed, including eggs!

Knife Skills: Cutting Techniques Video

Chef Geremy Capone shows two basic cutting techniques that will help make cooking preparation safer and easier. For these cutting techniques we will use the classic chef’s knife. This all purposed knife is one that you will use for most of your cooking preparation. Before starting, make sure that your cutting board is stable by placing a damp cloth underneath the cutting board. This will help secure the board in place making cutting ingredients a lot safer. Next, make sure that any larger, round ingredients aren’t rolling around on the cutting board while you try to cut them. Slice of a small piece off one side of the ingredient to create a flat edge. This will secure the ingredient and make it safer to cut. The first cutting technique is called the Cross Chop. Hold the k...

A Cook In The Weeds – And How to Get OUT!

The Urban Dictionary definition of “In the weeds” is: “Completely overwhelmed with diners’ orders and unable to keep up with the pace”, and/or “Overwhelmed with problems, troubles, or difficulties.” Although these definitions are true they fail to look at the underlying cause and the physical, mental, and emotional state of the person who is facing this situation. Anyone who has worked in a restaurant kitchen has experienced the condition of being “In the weeds” and knows how debilitating the situation can be. Cooks do everything in their power to avoid the situation and spend many anxious hours worrying about the next time that they will face this unhealthy condition head on. Let’s take a look at some of the probable causes and try for a moment to feel the state of helpl...

CHEFS – 12 SUREFIRE WAYS TO LOSE GOOD EMPLOYEES

HOW TO LOSE GOOD EMPLOYEES IN 12 EASY LESSONS: DON’T LISTEN The chef, after all, knows more than anyone else in the kitchen and as the master of every answer there is little need to listen to the opinion of cooks or service staff. Chefs don’t pay employees to have an opinion even though listening is one of the attributes of leadership that most employees admire. Right? CRITICIZE OPENLY Let’s face it – when employees make mistakes it should be brought to their attention immediately. To wait would mean that you somehow condone the error allowing it to eventually repeat. The most effective way to make an employee feel the weight of his or her error and commit to doing it right the next time is to criticize them in front of their peers. In this way the mistake will take hold ...

How to Cook the GIANT COCONUT CRAB – Japanese Street Food

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