Michelin star chef Gordon Ramsay is known for his numerous successful restaurants, his passion for food and his fiery temper as well as for starring on FOX's Kitchen Nightmares, Hell's Kitchen and Masterchef series.
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How many Michelin stars does Gordon Ramsay have?
Michelin stars are awarded to restaurants, not chefs. Restaurants with Gordon Ramsay's name attached currently have seven Michelin stars total. Over the course of his career, though, he's had 16 stars across his 35 restaurants worldwide. Restaurants can gain or lose stars annually with each new edition of the Michelin Guide, a prestigious guidebook to the world's best restaurants (Ramsay himself compared receiving a Michelin star to winning an Oscar). Ramsay's flagship London restaurant, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, has maintained the highest possible rating of three stars since 2001.
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at GHOST WHISPERER back on September 23, 2005 - present -- Fridays 8:00pm/7:00pm central Melinda Gordon (Jennifer Love Hewitt):The show's title is a reference to the main character Melinda Gordon (portrayed by Jennifer Love Hewitt), who lives in the town of Grandview, New York with her husband Jim (David Conrad), a medic from Mercy Hospital, and who has the ability to see and communicate with the dead. The show is also one of several fantasy television programs about young women with gifts for supernatural communication.
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How many Michelin Stars does Gordon Ramsay restaurants hold?
Gordon Ramsay has 12 Michelin stars, as of this very moment. Royal Hospital Road- 3 Star, Pétrus- 1 Star (previously this was a 2 star but the Head Chef quit and they just got a Star back in January 2011), Maze 1- Star, Murano-1 Star, The London in NYC-2 Star, Conrad Tokyo-1 Star, The London West Hollywood-1 Star, Trianon Place- 2 Star. La Noisette had a Michelin Star but it is no longer open. Michelin can award and remove stars from a restaurant over time. Gordon Ramsay has had as many as 14 Michelin Stars.
Do you have to remove the spine of a Shrimp before cooking?
The 'spine', or more accurately, the 'vein' on the back of the shrimp doesn't have to be removed, at least on the small and medium sizes. However, the 'intestinal vein' on the backs of the 'large' or 'jumbo' shrimp (get it...'Jumbo Shrimp"!!?---Ha-Ha!) should be removed, because it sometimes contains a 'grit' that the eater could crunch down on, and, lets face it, I don't know about you, but that would pretty much be the end of my meal!! Yechhhhh!!! I remove it on all shrimp, mainly because it just looks nasty, so I figure it can't be a good thing! Plus, that term 'intestinal' vein conjurs up thoughts that you don't want when eating shrimp---or anything else!! Bon Apetit'!!! (sp?) Reference: Food Network's food encyclopedia. The "vein" in shrimp is not actually a blood vessel, but instead is the alimentary canal. While not harmful to humans, the idea lacks a certain aesthetic. I'm a big fan of deveining. Removing it before cooking, when the shrimp is more pliable, is a lot easier than after cooking when the shrimp is firmer. more brittle (and the contents of "the vein" have been added to your meal).