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Gordon knows a thing or two about the demands of juggling career and family and in this series he’s going to prove that no matter how busy you are, it’s still possible to cook fantastic meals every day – Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
Starting with breakfast, each episode will follow a day in the life of the Ramsay household as Gordon cooks with his children and eats with the family – giving us a rare glimpse of a Gordon we seldom see: relaxed, patient and having fun.
Warm, witty and family focused, this series will give us a new perspective on Gordon Ramsay. And with clear, concise daily menus his ultimate guide to family food will mean you’ll never be stuck for what to cook again. If you think you can’t cook sensational fresh food every day, think again. If Gordon can show his kids how to make these dishes, he can show you.
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Gordon shows us some of the American inspired dishes he loves cooking for his family at home. Recipes include eggs, bacon and hash browns, superb Caesar salad, irresistible peanut butter and jam cookies and his daughter Holly helps him cook a sensational barbecued beef brisket.
Gordon’s guide to home cooking continues as he shows us how to serve up great food that really packs a big and bold punch. Recipes include an irresistible breakfast of Merguez and Fontina stuffed croissants, spicy Mexican soup and eldest daughter Megan helps cook crispy roast duck with black bean sauce and a stunning spiced banana tart tatin.
Gordon’s ultimate home cooking continues as he reworks his favourite classic recipes giving them a fantastic modern twist. Recipes include classic boiled eggs with anchovy toast for breakfast, and eldest daughter Megan helps cook a sensational stuffed rib of roast beef and an Eton mess bombe.
Gordon’s guide to the Ultimate Home Cooking continues with sensational comfort food that’s guaranteed to make you feel warm inside. Recipes include spiced baked porridge and youngest daughter Tilly helps cook delicious sausage hotpot, potato and beetroot gratin and gorgeous apple compote with a creamy whip.
Gordon’s ultimate guide to home cooking continues, as he teaches us how to cook for friends. Recipes that are brilliant for sharing include an amazing brunch of griddled polenta with roasted tomatoes and goats curd, stunning salted sea bream for lunch. For dinner Gordon’s son Jack helps him cook roasted chicken with chickpea stuffing and a fabulous hazelnut meringue tower.
In this episode Gordon’s ultimate home cooking is inspired by French cuisine, the food Gordon first fell in love with as a chef. Recipes include a wonderful Tuna Nicoise salad, and his youngest daughter Tilly helps Gordon cook a perfect chicken Fricassee with sautéed potatoes and an out-of this-world lavender crème caramels.
Gordon’s guide to the ultimate home cooking continues as he shows us how to make deliciously healthy food. Recipes include brilliant Bircher muesli, stunning Gazpacho soup and his youngest daughter Tilly helps Gordon cook an irresistible healthy Teriyaki Salmon.
Gordon goes full-on to produce great hearty food that packs a deliciously robust punch. Recipes guaranteed to keep you cosy, warm and wonderfully well fed are superb Welsh rarebit and delectable roasted tomato soup, and Gordon’s youngest daughter Tilly helps him cook a satisfyingly fantastic beef and ale stew with mustard dumplings.
Gordon shows us his favourite recipes for an Italian breakfast, lunch and dinner. Dishes include a fennel sausage frittata, griddled sardines with gremolata and his son Jack gets down to work helping to cook crostini, beef pappardelle and sensational pannacotta with hazelnut brittle.
Gordon’s Ultimate Home Cooking continues with sensational food that’s big on flavour but lovely and light to eat. Recipes include gorgeous sourdough bread and crushed avocadoes, mackerel ceviche with fennel salad and Gordon’s daughter Holly helps him cook a light, bright and delicious dinner of griddled chicken with chickpeas followed by lemon and basil granita.
Gordon’s Ultimate Home Cooking course continues with a flavour-packed Middle Eastern breakfast, lunch and dinner. Recipes include a delicious twist on classic hummous made with beetroot, wonderful lamb koftas full of herbs and spices, and eldest daughter Megan helps make char-cooked quail marinated in pomegranate and a delicious lemon and pistachio baklava.
Gordon proves that home cooked healthy food can be as good for you as it is delicious. Recipes include a flavour packed granola for breakfast and steamed mussels with cherry tomatoes and pancetta for lunch. Gordon’s daughter Holly helps him cook a wonderful dinner of aromatic lamb chops followed by healthy mango sundae.
Gordon turns his focus to cooking amazing food for parties at home, starting with spicy Mexican eggs - great for a brunch party. Recipes also include a fantastic orange and coriander cured side of salmon and eldest daughter Megan helps cook a shoulder of pulled pork with chipotle mayonnaise, perfect for making any party go with a swing.
Gordon turns his focus to cooking brilliant picnic food for a great day out. Recipes include a gorgeous twist on classic Scotch eggs, an amazing giant sandwich called a pan bagnat and Gordon’s youngest daughter Tilly helps make a delicious prawn and cucumber salad and a chocolate and marshmallow fridge cake.
Gordon’s teaches us how to make an amazing breakfast, lunch and dinner inspired by the flavours and techniques of South East Asia. Recipes include a wonderfully aromatic clam noodle soup and his daughter Holly helps him make delicious sticky spicy chicken wings and banana and coconut fritters.
Gordon’s Ultimate Home Cooking concludes with an episode showcasing home cooked food that’s incredibly easy to cook but sensational enough to serve for any special occasion. Recipes include eggs benedict with crispy Parma ham, grilled lobsters with bloody Mary linguine, and Gordon’s son Jack helps him cook an unforgettable dinner of gorgeous beef fillet with salsa verde followed by an utterly delicious chocolate and pistachio semifreddo.
Gordon’s Ultimate Home Cooking course continues as he shows us how to make his favourite street food dishes at home. Recipes include delicious prawn tostada, irresistible caramel salted popcorn and his son Jack helps make buttermilk fried chicken – a Ramsay family favourite.
In this episode Gordon teaches us modern versions of some of the dishes he loved as a child. For breakfast it’s fluffy potato cakes, lunch is fish fingers and chip butties and his mother, Helen, joins him in the kitchen to help cook a Ramsay family favourite for dinner: delicious Shepherd’s Pie followed by steamed date pudding with a mouth-watering butterscotch sauce.
In this episode Gordon proves it’s possible to make sensational food that doesn’t cost a fortune. Recipes include delicious cinnamon eggy bread with quick stewed apples and a sublime smoky bacon, sweetcorn and potato soup. Gordon’s mother helps cook wonderfully aromatic spicy braised oxtail followed by chilli braised pears with star anise dust.
In this episode Gordon embraces vegetarian home cooking as he creates a fantastic meat-free breakfast, lunch and dinner guaranteed to win over the most committed of carnivores. Recipes include crunchy pear and granola muffins, sensational halloumi, courgette and herb cakes with a chilli dressing, and Gordon’s youngest daughter Tilly helps him to make a delicious dinner to die for, featuring beetroot and thyme risotto followed by white chocolate and lime mousse.
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