Culinary Arts

Introduction

Gordon Ramsay

Lesson time 3:29 min

Welcome to Gordon Ramsay's kitchen. Meet the Michelin star chef and learn what he has got planned for his students.

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Gordon Ramsay
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This is Gordon Ramsay like you've never experienced. The seven-star Michelin chef takes you into his home kitchen to learn everything from kitchen setup and buying the freshest ingredients to constructing unforgettable dishes. In this MasterClass, you're not just learning recipes, you're learning how to take your cooking to the next level.



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

I will never be a chef, I am a doctor. However, I love to see beautiful ingredients done to perfection.

Truly inspirational. Gordon's passion is contagious. As someone who cooks for personal enjoyment and not professionally, watching him do what he does best makes me want to soak in every step of what he shows in this class and get into the kitchen as soon as possible.

Wow, fantastic class! I was excited to learn from this Master after my gf introduced me to his show on TV. I'm still shocked Gordon only used rock salt and pepper...my cabinet is overflowing with spices. I'm a newbie to cooking such elevated foods. A couple years ago it was still box Mac n Cheese, then boil dinner, now beef wellington.

It give's my a new road to the culinary world and makes better food. This MasterClass is wonderfull!!


Comments

Dena M.

I love Gordon's classes. Going to sign up for the new one. I'm not sure I understand why people are complaining about Gordon's language, you do know who you signed up for, right? Anyway, I've made everything from the first set of classes, looking forward to trying some new ones.

Alex U.

Instant feedback, when the intro starts, it's a good idea to reveal the "bad thing" that Gordon is mentioning. I had to literally google the scrip to find out what the "bad thing" that he "was sorry to say". P.S. He said "I would have to share it with Graham and Christina". That was just a dramatic moment to make it more fun.

SeanPerrin

Folks it's GORDON *FUCKING* RAMSAY if you don't know what he's like why are you here?

Joshua B.

I have no idea of your peoples experience, but if you can cry over f bombs, you should find something else to be interested. we curse, talk dirty, and embrace our lunacy. its part of the life

Jennie L.

I am not accustomed to someone using crude language when they speak to me. I find it very off-putting. I would love to learn from Mr. Ramsay, but I don't plan on enduring his vulgar language. If it's too much, I'll not continue. Perhaps Mr. Ramsay could work on expanding his vocabulary so that he can express his feelings without swearing.

George S.

Gordon is a surprisingly great teacher...literally. His abuse of the word "literally" drove me a bit nuts, but the lessons are valuable enough that I may rewatch the whole thing. The actual dishes are sometimes a bit lofty for a home cook, but the techniques taught should apply for anyone. Noticed a lot of comments about the rampant profanity; personally I think it would've been weird to hear Ramsay speak at length without a few swear words!

A fellow student

Does any one know how to download/Print off the comprehensive guide on knives in Chapter 3

Nastasia M.

Sounds cool, I'm definitely not a chef or anything, but how can I say no to watching one of the most famous chefs in the world teach a course!

Kristine B.

I understand he is a passionate chef, but the swearing could have been cut out at least for this class. The fist 8 minutes into it and i had to stop it, because I have 5-year old at home and this is just impossible to watch.

Nermine M.

I liked his drive, determination and zest. All this together makes him an inspiring professional as well as a chef.