Gordon Ramsay Makes It Easy by Gordon Ramsay

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Gordon Ramsay Easy sees Britain's most celebrated chef moving out of the restaurant and into the home kitchen. Having reached his zenith in the culinary establishment, Gordon is now focusing on making his food accessible to a wider audience. This book features dishes which have all the hallmarks of Gordon's cooking - the best ingredients, great taste combinations, superb culinary skill - but the overall feel is more informal and the emphasis is on ease of preparation and simple techniques. Arranged around actual meals - Breakfast & Brunch, Great Fast Food, Family Lunches and Posh Dinners, Summer Bar-B-Qs and Cooking for Crowds, Bellinis & Blinis and Romantic Dinners for Two, High Teas and Midnight Feasts - each chapter contains 6-10 recipes either arranged as a selection or as menus. In addition, each chapter features a classic dish - such as an omelette, risotto, souffle, sauce or style of pastry - which Gordon demonstrates in close-up step-by-step photographic detail. The end result is therefore a great selection of dishes and an invaluable culinary handbook. Glorious photographs, 100 sophisticated but effortless recipes, and smart graphic design will make this book a must for all Gordon Ramsay's fans.
 

About Gordon Ramsay

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Gordon Ramsay is arguably the most highly acclaimed chef and restaurateur in the UK and the only London chef to have been awarded a 3-star Michelin rating.  He is the star of the hit UK reality show Hell’s Kitchen (10 million viewers) and the upcoming American version of the show by the same name, which will air on Fox TV nationwide for 10 weeks beginning on May 30, 2005.  UK sales of his most recent cookbook skyrocketed to 170,000 copies once his show became a hit.  Much of the success of the show can be attributed to the author's volatile temper and brutally-straightforward honesty.  Ramsay is the author of ten other cookbooks, including In the Heat of the Kitchen, to be published by Wiley in April 2005. 
 
Published April 1, 2005 by Quadrille Publishing Ltd. 256 pages
Genres: Self Help, Cooking, Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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Here's some fucking fillet of red mullet and here's some fucking roasted pork belly.

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Many of the recipes are short because they rely on key flavor-packed ingredients like membrillo paste or Iberian ham—and some of those ingredients may be expensive or difficult to find for cooks without access to specialty stores.

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In keeping with his British show, The F Word, celebrity chef Ramsay aims to promote “family” meals with this new, cleanly designed paean to home and hearth.

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The berries glistening from the small, shiny jacket photo only hint at the lushness of the wonders within Gordon Ramsay's Just Desserts.

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In the U.S., British chef Ramsay is best known for his Fox reality show Hell's Kitchen , where he unleashes his fiery temper on innocent aspiring cooks.

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