Culinary Arts

Method: Kitchen Layout

Gordon Ramsay

Lesson time 6:54 min

Take a tour of Gordon's own kitchen as he shares the design concepts driving its layout. He'll show you how just a few good pots, pans, utensils, and a hot plate are all you need to get cooking.

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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.

Don't just watch the videos get involved in the class. Try to make what he's making and that way is the only way you can really smell the foods are they play together your nose and on the palate. I'm glad I took the class, and I'm even happier that I took the unlimited version your other matters I also want to learn from.

Everything I hoped for when I joined MasterClass and more! A very personal sharing from a teacher with passion and skills to share.

I love seeing Gordon's passion through this introduction. I can't wait to continue!

was cooking before I was halfway through the lesson. Excellent instruction GR! ;)


Comments

Phil A.

I prefer Wüsthof, but I have never tried J.A. Henckels. I have a Shun santoku and a Shun paring knife, because I like the sharper bevel (16 degrees for Japanese versus 22 degrees for German knives) when I am making precision cuts. Typically, I use my Wüsthof for cutting meats -- like breaking down a whole chicken -- and I use the Shun santoku for vegetables, especially for thin-slicing potatoes for homemade chips.

A fellow student

The link for knives selection on the pdf " this comprehensive guide " is broken. :(

silversurfer

Anybody know what brand of pots he's using in this series? He's awesome and love the way he teaches. All the fucking gear and no idea....that's why we're all here :D

A fellow student

Gordon is not afraid to pull any punches. I appreciate his advice. Straight to the point. Doesn't BS

A fellow student

All the gear but no fucking idea.... that is why I'm here, though I don't have the gear either...

Nathan

I don't have a fancy kitchen and as soon as I saw his beautiful design, my initial reaction was: "I'm hopeless. I'm already disqualified." Ramsay's humble reminder of "All I need is this tiny electric circle (ok I have gas not electric) and good gear and still perform despite no glamor" was a huge encouragement. I've always tried to streamline my cooking with the setup, but this was a good systematic reminder.

A fellow student

I love this man. If I could work under any chef in the world it would be Gordon Ramsay. You either 'get it' or you don't

Cristian L.

Excellent input on how to make a perfect "mise en place" and to know the kitchen accordingly. The whole idea to make it look like a theater it is so you can feel in the "flow" of cooking. Just like with any other art. Things need to be set up perfectly for you to perform at your best, even if it is not a big scenario you can make something really good. I am really liking these lessons.

A fellow student

i doesn’t cook anything - but placed the first advertising 🙈 and i payed for that ad free content

A fellow student

I never, ever thought I would be lucky enough to see Gordon this way—it is so exciting, its like a fucking Star Wars opening....