Channel 4’s Kitchen Nightmares: Gordon Ramsay Reveals Who He Cooked For Who Frightened And How Small Downing Street Kitchen Was

Gordon Ramsay is a respected and fearless chef in the kitchen, known for his world-class culinary skills, tough demeanor, and sassy whiffs.

He recently appeared on The Kelly Clarkson Show, where he revealed the one person he cooked for and who scared him the most.

The famous chef of Russia, Vladimir Putin, left him shivering in his shoes.

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Putin left Gordon’s fear

The 55-year-old cooked for then-Prime Minister Tony Blair and Putin in Downing Street in 2000.

He said: “I remember being invited to Downing Street to cook for Tony Blair and President Putin.

“I honestly did it. I was thinking ‘Can you imagine if I poisoned these two.'” Can you imagine what kind of sex I would have if I removed these two.

“It was an extraordinary experience.



Gordon is known for his stern demeanor and serious attitude

“I would stand among them saying hello and they would ask me about English asparagus and I would think ‘Get me out of here, I’m done.'”

Gordon and his assistant chef Angela Hartnett from his restaurant Petros and Mark Sargent from Gordon Ramsay’s restaurant helped prepare lunch.

The menu consists of tomato with golden caviar of white sturgeon, mosaic of chicken and pork knuckle, and grilled fillet of sea bass on new mashed potatoes with white asparagus in red wine sauce and black tart.

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He also told the show how he was surprised by the lack of kitchen space and utensils in Downing Street.

Gordon revealed that he had to bring his own pots and pans and how he expected a “proper kitchen”.

The chef got paid to cook the special lunch that he donated to charity.

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