Gordon Ramsay

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“The secret is to make sure the business is running to Perfection, with or without me” —Gordon Ramsay
Gordon Ramsay, famous UK celebrity chef, born on November 8th, 1966 in Scotland and raised in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire. Ramsay had played soccer all through his early life in high school. He endured many occupational injuries during his football career which led to knee injury. Ramsay enrolled at North Oxfordshire Technical College to study courses in Hotel Management when he was 19. He then moved to France in order to learn classic French cuisine after his graduation. (baversa123, student mode, Apr 2012) Being trained with some world-class chef in Paris for 3 years, Ramsay had learned enough knowledge as much as he could get. After that, he took 1 year to work on a private yacht based in Bermuda as a personal chef. After heading back to London, he worked as a head chef at Aubergine. In 1998, Ramsay opened his own restaurant “Gordon Ramsay” which then quickly received three Michelin stars. He has been awarded total 15 Michelin stars so far. Ramsay is well known for presenting TV programs. His competitive cookery show such as the British series Hell’s Kitchen, Master Chef, Hotel Hell appeared to be a huge success. (Times London.2010) In terms of Gordon Ramsay, he is all about perfection. It is obviously that Ramsay is not only a fantastic chef but also an equally engaging showman. Famed for his bad temper and swearing, Ramsay had set himself up as a real figure in food television world. You either love him or you hate him. He is the one who truly inspired me and had great influence on my choice of career path. Ramsay has huge influence on society. He built up his reputation by his goal of culinary perfection. He once was named as the most influential person in the UK hospitality industry. Not only Michelin 3 Star reward made him famous, it is no doubt that his “management technique” made him famous. Ramsay had published different kinds of cooking...
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