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- Me, Myself, and I
- Chef Gordon Ramsay started out as a professional soccer player. He signed with the Glasgow Rangers at the age of 15. After a knee injury, Ramsay went back to college to get his degree in hotel management. Ramsay has worked for brilliant chefs like Marco Pierre White, Albert Roux, Joel Robuchon and Guy Savoy. In 1998, at the age of 31, he opened his first restaurant, Gordon Ramsay's. Ramsay has opened several establishments since then. He is also the star of Hell's Kitchen and Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares
- Gordon received his O.B.E. from the Queen in July 2006 at an investiture ceremony at Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh
- Children Names:
- Megan, Holly and Jack (twins), and Matilda
- Gordon Ramsay completed his 7th Flora London Marathon on April 23, 2006(official time 3H 46 mins 10 secs). He aims to complete 10 in 10 consecutive years.
On Sundays, Gordon Ramsay can often be spotted running round Richmond Park, keeping trim and fit
Gordon Ramsay started out as a professional soccer player
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- Chef Gordon Ramsay is currenlty married to Cayetana Elizabeth Hutcheson since 1996
- First tv apperance
- Ramsay starred in part of a Give Blood television advertisement, in which he said that another man in the advert had saved his life through some transplant.
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Ground nut oil
A few cloves of garlic
Few sprigs of thyme
4 x 100-125g g fillet steaks
Sea salt and freshly ground black pepper
Few knobs of butter
1. For the steak, heat a frying pan to a moderate heat. Add a swirl of oil, with a whole garlic clove and a herb sprig. Season the steaks with salt and pepper and cook for 1½-2½ mins on each side. Add a knob of butter to the pan, allow to foam a little and baste the steaks. Cook the rounded edges too, turning to seal them well. Remove steaks to a plate and allow to rest with the pan juices for at least 5 mins.
2. Slice the ciabatta in half. Drizzle with a little bit of olive oil and place some thyme on top. Place under a preheated grill and toast lightly. Rub a garlic clove over the toasted ciabatta.
3. To serve, place the steak on one half of the ciabatta. Pour any of the juices that have seeped out from the meat over the steak. Spread mayonnaise and mustard on the other half of the ciabatta and top with some watercress. Bring the sandwich together and eat immediately.
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