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Gordon Ramsay's Ultimate Cookery Course Hardcover – August 30, 2012

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Product Details

  • Hardcover
  • Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton (August 30, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1444756699
  • ISBN-13: 978-1444756692
  • Product Dimensions: 7.9 x 1.4 x 10.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.5 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (311 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #483,794 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Format: Kindle Edition
I'd like to mention that the ULTIMATE COOKERY COURSE and HOME COOKING books from Gordon Ramsay are almost the same book! The second book is in fact an adaptation for the US market.

This review is in fact NOT a review or an evaluation of the books. It's only showing the numerous but minor differences between them:
- the first book is the original book published for the UK market (august 2012), the other is an adpatation for the US (april 2013)
- their covers are slightly different but images, texts, page layout, recipes are EXACTLY identical. There is even a matching page to page
- the original uses metric measures (grams, millilitres, cm), the adaptation uses imperial measures (cups, ounces, pounds, inches). Both use tsp and tbsp for small quantities
- the original uses °Centigrade with gas level, the other °Fahrenheit: 200°C/Gas 6 becomes 400°F
- some ingredients are named/translated differently: double cream becomes heavy cream, caster sugar becomes sugar, spring onions become scallions, pak choi becomes bok choy, coriander becomes cilantro, kale becomes swiss chard, plain flour becomes all-purpose flour, fillet of beef becomes beef tenderloin, tenderstem broccoli becomes baby broccoli, chillies becomes chiles, cep mushrooms become porcini, demerara sugar becomes brown sugar, courgette becomes zucchini, cornflour becomes cornstarch, icing sugar becomes confectioner's sugar, bicarbonate of soda becomes baking soda, biscuits becomes cookies, pudding rice becomes short-grain white rice, etc.
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The recipes are delicious and Gordon Ramsay is a genius.The book goes perfectly with the show (which also happens to be on youtube). You can watch the recipes being made while he teaches handy tips I've never seen before in the kitchen. Everything is simple and usually takes about 20 minutes to cook.
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This is a great book, but be advised, that if you bought the 2012 Gordon Ramsay's Ultimate Cookery Course, which was published in the UK in 2012, this is exactly the same book, but with the measurements and temperatures converted (for the most part) for American readers,

I bought this for my Kindle anyway, because now I have a portable version on my phone, and I can decide what to make before I go home, and look at the ingredients when I go shopping. It's also more convenient to have the measurements in ounces and the temperatures in Fahrenheit instead of Centigrade, but there are a few omissions to the translation, so be on the alert if a temperature seems too low (if it's below 300, it's in centigrade).

I love all of Ramsay's cookbooks. The recipes are easy to make and each one tastes delicious. The presentation is well-designed and easy to read. His timing estimates are always right on the money. My only quibble with the books is that there is duplication of recipes from one book to another. That being said, this is the biggest and most complete, and offers a wide range of recipes and ingredients, I have made approximately a 20% of them at this point - all to rave reviews. Highly recommended if you don't already have the 2012 book.
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I'd like to mention that the ULTIMATE COOKERY COURSE and HOME COOKING books from Gordon Ramsay are almost the same book! The second book is in fact an adaptation for the US market.

This review is in fact NOT a review or an evaluation of the books. It's only showing the numerous but minor differences between them:
- the first book is the original book published for the UK market (august 2012), the other is an adpatation for the US (april 2013)
- their covers are slightly different but images, texts, page layout, recipes are EXACTLY identical. There is even a matching page to page
- the original uses metric measures (grams, millilitres, cm), the adaptation uses imperial measures (cups, ounces, pounds, inches). Both use tsp and tbsp for small quantities
- the original uses °Centigrade with gas level, the other °Fahrenheit: 200°C/Gas 6 becomes 400°F
- some ingredients are named/translated differently: double cream becomes heavy cream, caster sugar becomes sugar, spring onions become scallions, pak choi becomes bok choy, coriander becomes cilantro, kale becomes swiss chard, plain flour becomes all-purpose flour, fillet of beef becomes beef tenderloin, tenderstem broccoli becomes baby broccoli, chillies becomes chiles, cep mushrooms become porcini, demerara sugar becomes brown sugar, courgette becomes zucchini, cornflour becomes cornstarch, icing sugar becomes confectioner's sugar, bicarbonate of soda becomes baking soda, biscuits becomes cookies, pudding rice becomes short-grain white rice, etc.
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