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Chef Gordon Ramsay journeys to the remote corners of southern New Zealand to unlock the secrets of traditional Maori cuisine. From the locals, he learns how to catch eels with his bare hands, free dives for prized Paua shellfish and forages for unique Kiwi ingredients before putting his new skills to the test at a Maori feast with up-and-coming chef Monique Fiso.
The episode was rated 7.97 from 154 votes.
Gordon Ramsay explores the rugged landscape of Portugal, where the simple way of life is evident in the country’s incredible cuisine.
The episode was rated 7.95 from 62 votes.
Chef Ramsay explores the land of the midnight sun and the sprawling wetlands of Lapland in Northern Finland, at the height of summer to learn its culinary secrets
The episode was rated 7.89 from 38 votes.
Chef Ramsay explores Tasmania, off the coast of southern Australia. He discovers the purity of the island, diving into shark-infested waters for giant saltwater spiny lobsters, and avoiding venomous snakes in the bush while foraging for local herbs.
The episode was rated 7.86 from 113 votes.
Gordon Ramsay travels to the untouched peninsula of Istria, Croatia, for ingredients that rival the best of Italy in world-class quality.
The episode was rated 7.83 from 53 votes.
Chef Gordon Ramsay travels to Maui, Hawaii, to explore the exotic ingredients of Hawaiian cuisine. In torrential rain, he travels along the treacherous Hana Highway. From the locals, he learns how to hunt deer with a bow, produce Hawaiian taro and spearfish with legendary free diver Kimi Werner. Gordon tests his knowledge at a feast with top Hawaiian chef Sheldon Simeon.
The episode was rated 7.80 from 142 votes.
Chef Gordon Ramsay journeys to the rugged Alaskan Panhandle to learn survival skills and discover Alaskan cuisine. On his adventure, he learns how to cook seal with a native Tlingit elder, climbs a sheer rock face in a snowstorm and goes grouse hunting before putting his newfound knowledge to the test at a feast with legendary local chef Lionel Uddipa.
The episode was rated 7.80 from 123 votes.
In the Amazon Basin, Gordon finds a wealth of opportunities to create his spin on traditional Guyanese cuisine.
The episode was rated 7.80 from 93 votes.
In his quest to unearth the region’s culinary secrets, Gordon must rappel down a treacherous waterfall, kayak through raging rapids, and trek deep into the forest, attempting to find the most delicious ingredients in this magnificent mountain range. His culinary rival at the big cook is chef William Dissen, named one of America’s “Most Sustainable Chefs,” who knows these mountains, rivers and forests like the back of his hand.
The episode was rated 7.76 from 50 votes.
Chef Gordon Ramsay travels to Morocco, North Africa, where he embarks on an adventure deep in the Middle Atlas Mountains to understand ancient Berber cuisine. Learning from the locals, he rappels over a waterfall to meet mushroom hunters, milks a camel and experiences the life of the Berber people. He puts his new skills to the test, cooking a feast with chef Najat Kaanache to celebrate Berber New Year.
The episode was rated 7.75 from 153 votes.
Gordon Ramsay explores the enchanted island of Puerto Rico, from the bright blue sea to the lush mountains of the interior.The episode was rated from 59 votes.
Gordon Ramsay journeys to the wilds of south central Texas and meets some tough, gritty characters to learn what it means to be from the Lone Star State.The episode was rated from 64 votes.
Chef Gordon Ramsay's quest to master the world's most fascinating cuisines lands him on the Indonesian island of Sumatra, where he risks his safety and his pride to acquire the ingredients he needs.The episode was rated from 89 votes.
Chef Ramsay travels over the Mackinac Bridge to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, where he uncovers the culinary gems that originated from the miners.The episode was rated from 39 votes.
Chef Ramsay journeys to Louisiana to learn the secrets of Cajun cooking. He meets Eric Cook, a former Marine turned celebrated chef who sends him off to get lost in the marsh and see what he brings back.The episode was rated from 97 votes.
Chef Gordon Ramsay travels to Laos, where he takes on a rapid stretch of white water, kayaking down the Mekong in search of culinary inspiration. Learning from the locals, he treks through dense jungle to sample eggs of the aggressive weaver ant, dives for freshwater snails and hunts for giant water bugs. Using his newly acquired skills, he cooks a banquet for monks at the local temple.The episode was rated from 130 votes.
Chef Ramsay gets up close with rhinos, giraffes, zebras and hippos in the dramatic wilderness of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, as he learns the secrets of the traditional cuisine of Zulu warriors and masters using a local braai.The episode was rated from 98 votes.
Gordon Ramsay discovers why Maine, United States, is called the “lobster capital of the world.”The episode was rated from 54 votes.
Chef Gordon Ramsay travels by motorbike through Peru's Sacred Valley of the Incas to discover traditional high-altitude cuisine. Immersing himself in local culture, he scales cliffs, fishes in high-altitude lakes, and samples local delicacies like fried worms, rare multicolored potatoes and guinea pig before putting his newfound skills to the test with legendary local chef Virgilio Martinez.The episode was rated from 192 votes.
In the spice capital of the world, Gordon learns to master the complex culinary layers of the region.The episode was rated from 81 votes.
Last updated: nov 20, 2022
Very interesting to see the culinary culture of other countries. And, although my european food trained stomach was turning upside down a couple times, there were many dishes I'd like to try myself.
The concept is nice and lots of interesting locations but it's way too procedural in that it feels way too scripted and not spontaneous. Really like how they cook everything outdoors.
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