Gordon Ramsay 2 Seasons 2010

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Season 1
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1. Episode 1 TV-14 CC

Gordon heads to India to cook his way across the country in search of the culinary secrets of India's most famous dishes.

Starring:
Gordon Ramsay
Runtime:
50 minutes
Original air date:
January 18, 2010

Episode 1

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Product Details

Genres Documentary
Starring Gordon Ramsay
Season year 2010
Network BBC America
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ghenghis TOP 500 REVIEWER on July 29, 2012
Hey Fox, take a lesson willya! No scripts, no drama, and no amateurish
Sam Peckinpah-like editing!

The Great Escape series is the best thing Gordon has ever done IMO. And
the episodes filmed in numerous locations all over India are the cream of
the crop. Brits have a real taste for Indian cuisine, and Gordon is a self-
professed curry freak, so the various styles he encounters on his adventure
are right in his wheelhouse.

And there will be none of this working out of a 3 Star kitchen, Gordon takes
the rural scenic route to sort out the most exotic dishes he can find, and that
includes cooking for hundreds of people on one of the many trains criss-crossing
the vast wilderness, and shacking up with villagers in the deep outback to climb
trees to collect ants nest from which to whip up one of the most bizarre chutneys
you've ever imagined.

This is the setting where Gordon's natural affinity for food as well as the full
force of his personality really shine. I've watched this series 3 times and I find
something new each time. Simply Gordon's finest work!
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By Deb on August 1, 2014
I was really impressed with Gordon ramsey after watching this series. He really went off the beaten path, to use the cliché, but it's never applied more than here. Climbing trees to get ant eggs! Going hunting with a Nagaland tribe. I love travel food shows in general, I watch them all such as Andrew Zimmern and Anthony Bourdain's shows amongst many others, and I've never seen those hosts do anything so adventuresome as what Gordon ramsey does. I have a new respect for Ramsey after these. I found Episode 2 the best.
As a host and commentator, Ramsey is not quite as engaging and relatable as the others, such as Bourdain and Ian Wright of Pilot guides comes to mind, but the stuff that Ramsey is willing to do - cooking in a street food stall in Calcutta! - makes up for it.
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By Patrick on January 26, 2014
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I love all the gordon ramsays shows i find it very entertaiment , as this Gordon Ramsay's Great Escape, Season 1 is. If you want to see all his shows as i do you must also whatch this
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By Amazon Customer on October 26, 2013
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Fun to see Gordon out of the kitchen and out among the great unwashed. I enjoyed every episode. good stuff
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