The angry blonde was either going to have to watch his language, or Channel 4 programmers would have to spend hours bleeping out all his expletives. However, it seems the best way to keep Gordon happy, and polite, is leave him in the kitchen by himself, which is what happened in Gordon Ramsay’s Ultimate Cookery Course. Dressed in a black T-shirt he seemed quite happy being by himself, no one to shout at – and passing on his finely honed skills to the people at home.
Each episode is based around Ramsay preparing a three-course meal at the F Word restaurant each recipe is one that you can do at home in your own kitchen. Diners in the restaurant include celebrities, who participate in conversations, challenges, and cook-offs with Ramsay. Other segments focus on food-related topics, such as alternative foods and healthy eating. Finally, there is a series-long feature on home-reared livestock or poultry that is ultimately served to F Word diners on the series finale.
Gordon Ramsay loves sharks, and this passion leads him on his most personal mission yet - to investigate the controversial dish, shark fin soup. To understand more about the kings of the ocean, Gordon plunges in to swim with the deadly bull shark, in his scariest challenge to date. It's estimated that each year 100 million sharks are killed worldwide, and Gordon wants to find out if the slaughter is really necessary. Sharks are both terrifying and beautiful, but experts believe overfishing is threatening to drive a third of the world's open ocean shark species to extinction. Incredibly, some of the most threatened species remain untouched by international fishing regulations. What Gordon discovers on his journey leads him to campaign against the brutal and destructive shark fishing industry.