TV review: Gordon Ramsay brings his show Nat Geo to the UK in ‘Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted Showdown’

After three seasons of Gordon Ramsay: UnknownThe world-famous chef returns home in three episodes Gordon Ramsay: Unknown Showdown. Instead of traveling the world and learning about different food customs and cultures, Ramsay explores parts of the UK he’d never explored. Preserves all the items that fans make Unexplored Lovable while feeling a little more personal to Gordon Ramsay’s career path.

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In the series’ premiere, titled “The Jurassic Coast of England,” Gordon Ramsay visits a World Heritage site to confront his former pupil Paul Ainsworth. Challenge, as in previous seasons Unexplored, is to discover local ingredients and flavors to cook a meal for the locals, who will be announced as winners. For the chef whose name is revered all over the world and who has been everywhere, Unexplored His native approach is beneficial not only to Gordon Ramsay but also to him National Geographic onlookers.

This stretch of rocky coast provides clean water and is ideal for oyster farming. There are many types of algae, including pepper, commonly known as sea truffles. After diving for fresh greens in the waves, Gordon sets out to fish Dorset lobsters by kayak so he can get close enough to the rapids to find the best ones. Meet local farmers, learn how to make a Lardy cake from the baker who baked it for Queen Elizabeth II, help make local buffalo mozzarella, and learn about the unique gin maker who perfected creamy gin. To make the most of the grandeur of the South Coast, the final party takes place at Powderham Castle, home of the 19th Earl of Danon.

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Gordon Ramsay: Unknown Premieres Monday 25 July on Nat Geo, with two episodes remaining after August 1 and August 8 at 8/7c. Episode two sends Gordon to Welles to confront ex-employee Matt Waldron, while episode three will be a family affair. Titled “Ramsay vs. Ramsay”, Gordon sends his daughter Tilly to Costa Rica, takes the torch, discovers the area and ends up facing her father in the final showdown of the season.

It is marked as its own string, Gordon Ramsay: Unknown Showdown Really looks like a truncated fourth season of Gordon Ramsay: Unknown With some changes made to reduce international travel. Gordon Ramsay is a very busy man, not only with his restaurants around the world, but also with his production company Studio Ramsay Global, which produces other series including high-ranking leadercook, s Hell’s Kitchen, which all have different US and UK versions, so it makes sense that something would have to offer somewhere. I hope it is the full version of the novel Gordon Ramsay: Unknown I’ll come back one day, but Gordon Ramsay: Unknown Showdown It does a great job of satisfying hungry fans right now.

New episodes of Gordon Ramsay: Unknown Showdown Broadcasts on Mondays at 8 / 7c on Nat Geo. The series will eventually be available to stream Disney +.

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