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    Quote Originally Posted by prometheus View Post
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    What do you guys think, is it healthy to consume so many eggs?
    Eggs are high in cholesterol but low in saturated fat. It's the saturated fat that causes the most problems. Though the eggs might be fine, you might want to watch out for the butter and the creme fraiche.

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    that video is so good. i should watch more of that guy, i like his energy.
    It seems you don't know Gordon Ramsay very well. :/


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    Quote Originally Posted by Utisz View Post
    It seems you don't know Gordon Ramsay very well. :/
    I think he is forced to act like an asshole by the producers, which in turn is fueled by his past; he was raised in an abrasive environment and abused as a child.



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    Gordon ramsay is so incredibly sexy because you can tell he's actually a really nice guy
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    What about that video of the bodybuilder who drank 20 raw eggs each morning
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    Quote Originally Posted by ACow View Post
    I was going to say, I imagine anything with that much butter in it would taste amazing :P
    Between the butter and the creme fraishe he's nailed the need for fat to carry the flavour. The olive oil is mostly window dressing--or would be if I wasn't confident he's using a good oil which is going to bring it's own game to the table flavour wise. I like the way he thinks about food--it's compatible with my own thinking while significantly better educated. Easy to learn from.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Utisz View Post
    It seems you don't know Gordon Ramsay very well. :/

    omg. he doesn't just have his own show where he's not managing anybody? i'd maybe watch that...
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    ^^^ Sure. The stuff he does in the UK is a lot more ... reserved.



    The rest of the episodes are linked from the related videos panel in YouTube.

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    this thread is now a gordon ramsay appreciation thread
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    Quote Originally Posted by prometheus View Post
    I think he is forced to act like an asshole by the producers, which in turn is fueled by his past; he was raised in an abrasive environment and abused as a child.
    I imagine he's encouraged to play it up for the cameras but if you've ever worked in a high-end restaurant you'd know the environment is very much like that. In fact many of the conventional ideas of how to organize and operate a professional kitchen come from a book by Auguste Escoffier, who was a military chef and brought over a lot of the concepts. That's where the double-breasted "chef's coat" comes from, along with the idea of the hierarchical chain of command in the kitchen. It's a stressful, fast-paced job that requires precision, teamwork and leadership, and it also tends to be a very masculine, blue-collar environment. I've worked for chefs who would make Gordon Ramsay look easy-going.

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