'Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted' Season 2 ends in enchanting Norway, fans call chef the 'Bear Grylls of gastronomy'

Gordon Ramsay went on a riveting journey across seven regions — Tasmania, South Africa, Indonesia, Louisiana, Norway, India, Guyana


                            'Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted' Season 2 ends in enchanting Norway, fans call chef the 'Bear Grylls of gastronomy'
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'Gordon Ramsay Uncharted' Season 2 came to an end this week with an episode in the enchanting Norway and fans cannot stop heaping praises on the show. 

Gordon Ramsay went on a riveting journey across seven regions — Tasmania, South Africa, Indonesia, Louisiana, Norway, India, Guyana — and as promised, delivered on the thrill. "We’re exploring seven new regions this season, each with vastly different culinary customs and history," Ramsay had said and added: "We get the opportunity to learn from the locals and hear their stories, and that gives us a much deeper experience and understanding of the world around us."

Through the season, he jumped off choppers, swam in shark-infested waters, tackled caimans, ate giant spiders, braved stingrays and hunted earthworms while being watched by hippos. And this is just the tip of the iceberg. The kind of food he ate was even more adventurous. From sheep heads to reindeer stew, it was a spate of new taste for the celebrity chef.

Interestingly, he never shied away from trying anything that was new, which was what made the show unique. He swore less but couldn't stay away from "bloody hell". And that made the season all the more special. The idea of the show was to bring exotic flavors to TV and how it should be celebrated more often. With the help of local guides and chefs, he was able to whip up cuisines that were totally new to him. But before he could get to the stovetop, Gordon almost always set out on missions to source ingredients from the wild and that was incredibly satisfying to watch. 

Meanwhile, fans cannot stop thanking Gordon from creating 'Uncharted'. They want to travel and experiment with food now. "So sad can’t wait for next season," a fan commented, while another shared, "Great show! Love him! But what’s up with this short season? 7 episodes? I want more!"

"Have loved watching these, my new term, 'BLOODY HELL'! You have to be exhausted Gordon, all that travel and tree climbing, mountain climbing, diving in mucky waters, it’s making me tired!! Loved it all," a viewer posted. "You're becoming @BearGrylls of Gastronomy. @RiyaazAmlani @ADsinghOlive," a user tweeted, another wrote: "Hi Gordon it has been a fantastic show thank you so much."

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