Sunday 27 September 2020
Apply to be a TV star next to Gordon Ramsay. Photo: AFP

Everyone knows celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay is fearless; he has no qualms telling people off if they suck at cooking or if they piss him off…just look at his social media accounts where he roasted amateur cooks on TikTok and Twitter. Now he’s looking for someone who’s as fearless as him and who has a passion for all things food and travel to be on a new TV series with him.

 

 

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Ew. Looks like these mozzarella sticks are up #schittscreek !

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The famous Scottish chef has announced on social networks that he is looking for a young sidekick for the filming of a future TV series that will take him to the four corners of the world to discover what’s behind various culinary cultures.

His recent video of him making Indonesian fried rice also scored major points with Malaysian-born, UK-based comedian Uncle Roger.

 

 

To be a candidate for the show, you must be aged between 16 and 21 and be fearless when it comes to taking on challenges. More precisely, the job is destined for those who have a “desire to explore the world” and a “passion for culture, food and adventure.” It’s also necessarily to be curious, according to the casting announcement posted on the site Youngadventurercasting.castingcrane.com.

To apply, you’ll need to fill in a lot of personal information, specify the most adventurous experience you’ve ever had, the wildest ingredient you’ve ever tasted, indicate your phobias and even describe your cooking skills. Candidates are asked to make a short video to explain why they should be chosen.

As far as the television series is concerned, nothing more is known about its format or content, except that it will be broadcast on a major television network.

This isn’t the first time that Gordon Ramsay decides to travel the world in search of new culinary experiences. The chef has already filmed Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted for National Geographic.

 

Source: AFP Relax News