WHY A BADASS? His skill of knife matches that of his sarcasm and he raises hell if the food in his restaurant is found beyond standards. He is also the subject of many a “you cooked this meat so raw” meme and yes, we would tremble a bit near him. Gordon Ramsay is a British chef and restaurateur and has 15 Michelin stars in total. The Badass Factor: If you think Ramsay was born with a silver spoon, you are wrong. He describes his life as itinerant owing to his alcoholic-at times violent, abusive father and found himself constantly moving homes until he was 16: that’s when he moved out of his home to a small apartment to start his life. And not just that, he was thrown away from many a restaurant before he reached where he is today. His dedication is so sincere that being infallible is not an advantage when you are cooking for him, it’s a criterion.
THE CHEF THAT ALMOST
 NEVER WAS 
With an injury prematurely putting an end to any hopes of a promising career in football, he went back to college to complete a course in hotel management. His dedication and natural talent led him to train with some of the world’s leading chefs, such as Albert Roux and Marco Pierre White in London, and Guy Savoy and Joël Robuchon in France.
ULTIMATE 
HOME COOKING 
This book is a collection of over 120 delicious new recipes that are infused with Gordon's expertise and skill gleamed from his years in professional kitchens. Divided into chapters to see you through the whole day from weekday breakfasts to Saturday night dinners, this book is all about the pleasure of cooking and sharing with family and friends.

They bring twelve to twenty aspiring chefs to Hell's Kitchen, a modified warehouse in Los Angeles that includes the restaurant, dual kitchen facilities and a dormitory where the chefs reside while on the show. Gordon Ramsay breaks the chefs into two teams most often based on gender, with women on the red team and men on the blue and are given a chef's jacket with labels of that color. The chefs compete in these teams, barring any reassignments by Ramsay, until only five or six chefs are left, which they are brought into a single common team wearing black-labelled jackets, though they now compete individually to be one of the final two. Each episode typically includes one challenge and one dinner service, following which a chef is eliminated from the game.

 

BLOOD, SWEAT AND TEARS
INFLUENCE POPULARITY FILMING Ramsey brought his roots from the United Kingdom to his British Pub Restaurant This Michelin Starred restaurant is located in two of the largest gambling city's in the U.S. This restaurant is the home of many recorded episodes of the show Hells Kitchen.