Culinary Arts


Gordon Ramsay

Lesson time 01:06 min

As Gordon says, “cooking isn’t a sprint, it’s a marathon.” He encourages you to stick with it and try your own spin on each dish as you gain confidence and creativity in the kitchen.

Gordon Ramsay
Teaches Cooking II: Restaurant Recipes at Home
Start creating dining experiences at home. Learn to cook restaurant-inspired dishes with tips for time-saving prep to show-stopping presentation.
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Cooking at home is the new going out

It’s more than dinner—it’s a dining experience. Gordon Ramsay returns with a second cooking MasterClass to teach you how to prep, plate, and pair recipes that wow guests. With 13 restaurant-inspired dishes designed for home cooking, you’ll learn how to build elevated courses from appetizer to dessert using everyday ingredients.


Students give MasterClass an average rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars.

WOW!!!! this was an amazing class. I feel like Gordon was personally teaching me one on one and he wasn't keeping any secrets for himself

Have learned improved techniques and methods. Developed more skill with practice. Recipes are an added bonus...

I have learned so many tips and tricks from Gordon. Love these Master classes!!

Again, best class yet. Gordon Ramsay is a brilliant artist.



Time for a third Masterclass maybe Gordon?...stocks/soups/sauces...risottos...what would the rest of you like to see?

Jon B.

Mr Ramsey, Sir, thank you so much. Collectively you must have improved the quality of so many lives. I am 29 years old and this will be with me for the rest of mine.

A fellow student

Excellent. Clearly explained BUT most of the English speaking world uses metric measurements so it would have been nice to be given temperature in Celsius as well as Fahrenheit.

Kathy F.

Great class Gordon. I could almost taste that souffle. Now off to test that recipe. Thank you!

Russ F.

This was an absolutely fantastic class and I was extremely excited to see you offer this second one. I'd love to see you offer a Masterclass for kids, as I know multiple people with children that have shown an interest in letting their kids watch it, but of course, the language isn't 100% child-friendly. Just something to consider! Thanks for an amazing class! I'm looking forward to going over it again and putting my hands to work!

Tamie C.

I am so addicted to these! So fun to watch these beautiful videos and learn from the likes of Gordon Ramsey. Would I watch a 3rd one? IN A HEARTBEAT! I tried to wait to do this one and save it for a bit, but I couldn't do it. I am so, so inspired. Thank you Chef Ramsey!

Sally T.

This was an amazing class and the entire selection of recipes are ones I will make on a regular basis. I know this because these are things I normally have in my menu rotation but on a more basic level. I see that it just wouldn't take that much more effort to gain the extra skills, find better ingredients and take the time to plate like Chef Ramsey does - and what a difference it makes. I appreciate knowing that like Chef Ramsey, I'll likely miss the mark the first time or two but that with his video support and practice, my everyday gourmet will go to the next level. Thank you, thank you. Yum waiting to happen here.

Mandy M.

This was far more information-dense than the first masterclass. A few comments to consider should there be another one... - Some of these were just like watching a regular recipe video on TV or online, and you could just as easily find the written recipe to go along with it. The masterclass aspect, from my expectations, should be that there are additional techniques, tricks & tips given along with the cooking demo. ie. What happens if you OVERWHIP your eggwhites for a soufflé (yes, that's a thing) and that using older eggs are better than fresh ones when whipping a meringue base. The importance of the right temperature of oil when shallow frying. Why you use certain oils for frying, dressing, etc. It's those extra things that make it a masterclass and not just a cooking demo. Otherwise, beautifully shot and I'm looking forward to going back over some of these and trying the recipes.

Todd G.

This is more like it, I would believe a majority are probably experienced cooks, if not chefs and learning what julienne was is kind of a let down on spending money on a lesson to improve and hone our cooking skills. This class did well to share tips and techniques to improve cooking, as well as new dishes to add to my list of dishes I can do. Thank you Chef, you have inspired many.


an 100% improvement over lesson 1. Less F world, step by step useful instructions, excellent tips, very useful recipe timetable. Looking forward to lesson3 with 2 requests: European metrics, calories per recipe