Gordon Ramsay reveals that he became & # 39; high & # 39; of addictive note while filming a new National Geographic show in remote Southeast Asia
Gordon Ramsay has revealed that he became high after being unaware of eating a nut with mind-altering properties while filming his new show in Southeast Asia.
The famous chef, famous for his fiery mood, tasted the addictive betel nut during a trip to a local market in Laos, one of the various exotic locations used in the National Geographic series Gordon Ramsay: Unchartered.
But Ramsay, 52, was unaware that chewing the nut – a cultural practice in some regions in Southeast Asia and the Pacific of Asia – feelings of & # 39; mild euphoria & # 39; and & # 39; intense well-being & # 39; which makes it a popular choice among people looking for a cheap, cost-saving high.
Kitchen Nightmare: Gordon Ramsay has revealed that he became high after being unaware of eating a nut with mind-expanding properties while filming his new show in Southeast Asia
The chef, a father of five, later described the experience as "a little bizarre," but admitted that it was one of the many unsavory foods he tasted before the show – including aquatic insects, seal intestines, and guinea pigs. .
He told The sun: "I'm definitely not going to put a guinea pig on the menu. And I'm not sure how well the inflated small intestine of a seal would go for Sunday lunch at the Savoy Grill.
& # 39; Ask me next week when there is a riot outside the hotel. & # 39;
The famous chef, famous for his fiery mood, tasted the addictive betel nut during a trip to a local market in Laos, one of the various exotic locations used in the National Geographic series Gordon Ramsay: Unchartered
Ramsay & # 39; s culinary blunder comes after he slammed shut chefs who reject Michelin stars.
The famous profane Ramsay used an expletive to return a star rating. He said that the guide's distinctive mark belongs to a restaurant, not to a chef.
& # 39; It is an insult to Michelin and a sign against those who claim that stars impose fiscal and creative burdens on a eatery, said British celebrity chef.
He added that a chief failed to bring the hard-won recognition to greater success.
& # 39; The stars are a useful consumer guide & # 39 ;, he went on.
Ramsay said he prizes the three Michelin stars, the top position, for a long time with his self-proclaimed London restaurant.
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