It’s fair to say that in the years he’s been producing his Kitchen Nightmares show, Gordon Ramsay has had to eat some pretty ill conceived plates of food.
Thanks to Food Beast, today we were reminded of the first time he flatly refused to eat a dish. Why? Because after eating a fluorescent orange duck leg, he couldn’t quite stomach a lamb shank from a bag that doesn’t even need to be kept in the fridge.
It’s a classic moment on the chef’s British television show and watching his face as he’s told that the lamb isn’t even kept in the fridge is priceless.
Almost as good as when he decided to confront the chef and read out a list of the E Numbers in the food.
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