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Old 10-02-2006, 02:52 PM   #1
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Gordon Ramsay Does Broccoli Soup



I vote for this... there's nothing better than fresh broccoli soup. Plus I just love Gordon Ramsay

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Old 10-02-2006, 03:24 PM   #2
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I looked at Gordon Ramsay's receipes for Broccoli Soup and also at some other of his receipes. They are very interesting.

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Old 10-02-2006, 03:35 PM   #3
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not being ultra sofisticated with some of these links, just how do you find the recipe?
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Old 10-02-2006, 03:49 PM   #4
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Now that is my kind of soup. I hardly ever bother with stock when I make soup. A subject of much debate on a previous thread about soup for beginners that for some reason I can't find (keep losing the connection).

I must say that I would probably add a leek to this for a bit of pungency adn to complement the cheese. And I wouldn't use anywhere like as much salt. The cheese itself will contain quite a lot.
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Old 10-02-2006, 05:05 PM   #5
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Beth... just click on the link and it'll bring up a window that plays a video.

Not sure where just the recipe is.

Very easy though... just broc water and salt.
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Old 10-02-2006, 05:10 PM   #6
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I've been lucky enough to eat at a number of Gordon Ramsay's restaurants. I LOVE his food.
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Old 10-02-2006, 05:15 PM   #7
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Thanks pds, I clicked on the link, but with my dial up connection, I get a nano second of the video,then the squirrels scramble a bit, then another nano second. A googled for the recipe and found one in metric that had walnuts and cheese. I also found what you are talking about, only broccoli, h20 and salt.
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Old 10-02-2006, 05:16 PM   #8
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We get cooking shows long after they have been shown there. Last night Anthony B. (just love that man) went to London. He ate some things I definitely wouldn't care for, but his praise was high indeed for the meal he had at Gordon Ramseys.
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Old 10-02-2006, 05:43 PM   #9
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A few of Ramsay's restaurants...

from www.timesonline.com

I strongly recommend Marcus Wareing - he trained with Ramsay but is an amazing chef, in his own right.

Where to find Gordon Ramsay

Gordon Ramsay
68 Royal Hospital Road, London, SW3
Currently the only restaurant with a British chef to hold 3 Michelin stars, Gordon Ramsay's eponymous Chelsea restaurant is widely agreed to be the best restaurant in London. It topped the 2001 Harden's and Zagat surveys and also won the Restaurant of The Year in the 2001 Hotel and Restaurant awards.
Gordon Ramsay at Claridge's
Brook Street, London, W1
Opened October 2001 to tremendous acclaim, Gordon Ramsay, together with head chef Mark Sargeant serves exquisite food in the glamorous and opulent hotel dining room, brought back to its art-deco glory by Thierry Despont. The restaurant was named' Best New Restaurant' by both the 2001 Tatler and Time Out awards.
www.claridges.co.uk
Pétrus
The Berkeley Hotel, Knightsbridge, London, SW1
Chef patron Marcus Wareing's elegant restaurant has established itself as one of the best fine dining restaurants in London, winning the AA Guide Restaurant of the Year Award in 2001.
www.petrus-restaurant.com
Boxwood Café
The Berkeley Hotel, Knightsbridge, London, SW1
The Boxwood combines service and charm with a relaxed atmosphere. Head Chef Stuart Gillies has created a seasonal menu with an emphasis on British ingredients.
M E N U and The Grill RoomThe Connaught, London, W1
Gordon Ramsay's protégée Angela Hartnett has been at the helm of the Connaught kitchens since 2002. Hartnett, whose love of modern European cuisine brings flair and skill to the kitchen. M E N U and the The Grill have been beautifully refurbished by Nina Campbell, and serve modern European food with an Italian accent.
The Connaught Bar
The Connaught, London, W1
Nina Campbell has recently redesigned this classic bar at one of London's most prestigious and intimate Mayfair hotels.
The Savoy Grill
Strand, London, WC2
In January 2004, under the inspired direction of Marcus Wareing, and Head Chef, Josh Emett, The Savoy Grill achieved its first Michelin star.
Banquette
The Savoy, Strand, London, WC2
A fun venue for all day dining, Banquette's design evokes the atmosphere of a 1950s American diner. Chef Marcus Wareing has created an eclectic, exciting menu.
Pengelley's
Sloane Street, Knightsbridge, London SW1
A recent Ramsay acquisition, Pengelley's specialises in what Head Chef Ian Pengelley describes as "New Asian Cuisine". The menu is an accessibile and exciting mixture of Asian food, cooked by a team of chefs from around the world.
www.pengelleys.com
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Here's a lad doing a Gordon Ramsay impersonation... cracked me up!

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