Celebrity Chefs

Gordon Ramsay FORCED to eat bull PENIS!

Gordon Ramsay FORCED to eat bull PENIS on The Late, Late Show with James Corden

Boiling Point – Gordon Ramsay documentary (1999) [FULL VERSION]

Chef Ramsay is closely followed during eight of the most intense months of his life as he opens his first (and now flagship) restaurant in Royal Hospital Road in Chelsea, which would ultimately earn him the highly prestigious (and rare) three Michelin Stars. It also covers his participatio...

Young Marco Pierre White cooks for Raymond Blanc – 1988

“Marco” the series was filmed at Harvey’s restaurant in 1988!  

Gordon Ramsay’s Boiling Point – Best of Boiling Point

Best bits of Gordon Ramsay’s Boiling Point, This video footage is 15 years old so I do apologise for the quality. Get an honest insight to Ramsay in his younger years, how he really runs his kitchen and of course some classic one liners! The highlights are 30 minutes long so please s...

Vintage Ramsay Getting Angry at Server – Wipe That Plate!

Well To be honest he’s just getting mad at everything! From Boiling Point In 1998

Gordon Ramsay Chews Out Sous-Chef (Mark Sargeant) – Vintage Footage

Ramsay has a word with Mark ‘Sarge’ Sargeant on Royal Hospital Road’s opening night

Gordon Ramsay BRUTALLY Demotes Two CDPs To Commis – Vintage Footage

Ramsay demotes two line cooks (chef de partie) to trainees (commis)


I find Marco Pierre White is an interesting character. In this video from 1998, as a 37 year old he seems very calm, mellow, and not so easily rattled, a stark contrast to his former apprentice Gordon Ramsay. Of course this was one year before he was about to retire from cooking in 1999, a...

Gordon Ramsay Answers Cooking Questions From Twitter

Gordon Ramsay uses the power of Twitter to answer some common cooking questions. Does cheese go bad? Is British food as awful as they say? Gordon offers his advice on these queries and a host of others.  

Paul Bocuse: Chef, Restaurateur, Legend – Interview From 2011

Bocuse expounds on nouvelle cuisine, favorite foods, and who may follow in his footsteps. Tanya Steel of Epicurious interviews Paul Bocuse upon his being named Chef of the Century by the Culinary Institute of America.  

Paul Bocuse, French Chef Who Became Cultural Star, Dies at 91

    Paul Bocuse (pronounced [pɔl bokyz]) (11 February 1926 – 20 January 2018) was a French chef based in Lyon who was known for the high quality of his restaurants and his innovative approaches to cuisine. A student of Eugénie Brazier, he was one of the most prominent chefs assoc...

Easy Bolognese Recipe | Jamie Oliver

If you're a parent you'll love our new channel dedicated to help you feeding your family: http://jamieol.com/FamilyFoodTube. We've got great meals for all ages to save you time, money and get the good stuff into your kids. Things like this simple and versatile ragu recipe wh...

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