'Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted' to see a more patient host who is on an adventure you do not want to miss
Gear up folks, Gordon Ramsay is returning to our screens!
No, it is not Hells Kitchen, Kitchen Nightmare or any of his Masterchef franchise series, but Gordon Ramsay will now be starring in a brand new National Geographic series titled 'Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted'. And don't worry, there will be yelling, as we all know, there's no Ramsay without yelling.
While we've seen Ramsay mostly in competition shows, he is now widening his horizon and ours. The show that will air on National Geographic on July 21, Sunday will see Ramsay heading to various parts of the world and learn of local ingredients and culinary traditions. He hunts down and harvests the food by himself and cooks his own dish using whatever he has learned from the locals.
The multi-Michelin- star chef will travel to Peru’s Sacred Valley, New Zealand, Morocco, Hawaii, Laos, and Alaska. He will meet the indigenous people and food legends to explore not only local ingredients and culinary traditions but also the customs and flavors that are unique to each location. He will surf, trek a snow-capped mountain, rappel down a waterfall, fish in raging rivers, hunt off the edge of a cliff, and even dive through shark-infested waters.
If you wonder how this show differs from his previous ones, if you have noticed, most of the well-known chefs' series are often just centered around his restaurants, for eg: 'Hell's Kitchen'. Or, there are stationed in a separate filming kitchen, for eg: 'MasterChef' season 10. Looking at the trailer, it also looks like Ramsay's attitude changes as he travels to various places. He learns from the locals and is more patient around them, unlike his other shows where he is the one teaching and yelling.
Ramsay will not be alone as he travels. He will have local experts who accompany him, in each destination. After the news of 'Uncharted' was released last year, the series faced backlash as fans compared it to the late chef Anthony Bourdain's 'No Reservations'. But now, with just a few days left for the show to premiere, fans seem to be in wait as they claim that Ramsay is the best person to have taken Bourdain's place.
'Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted' premieres on July 21 on National Geographic. Check your local listings for more information.