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In the National Geographic series Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted, chef Gordon Ramsay journeys to some of the most incredible and remote locations on Earth in search of culinary inspiration, epic adventures, and cultural experiences he will never forget. Don't miss the season premiere

 

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Season 3 begins today (May 31, 2021). 

I think this is interesting with the looks into different cultures and regions,, and watching Gordon cook over open flames or in pits dug into the sand.  However I do have to laugh at all the "near death" experiences he has.  On the flip side, though, I do have to give him credit for trying all these things from diving for snails in rapid currents to rounding up steer, to climbing trees to get certain herbs or berries, and so on.

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17 hours ago, aquarian1 said:

Season 3 begins today (May 31, 2021). 

I think this is interesting with the looks into different cultures and regions,, and watching Gordon cook over open flames or in pits dug into the sand.  However I do have to laugh at all the "near death" experiences he has.  On the flip side, though, I do have to give him credit for trying all these things from diving for snails in rapid currents to rounding up steer, to climbing trees to get certain herbs or berries, and so on.

Where exactly is he going? I watched a youtube series where he spent weeks in India. That was very interesting.

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He's been all over the place from Peru to Guyana, to Norway, to Sumatra and less exotic locations like the Louisiana Bayou, Texas, and Hawaii. 

ETA: If you want to see where he'll be going this season, TheTVDB has a list.

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I have to say the first episode of Season 3 in Texas wasn't my favorite.  I just couldn't stay interested.  I think his upcoming destinations sound far more interesting to me.  

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He was insulting to the South African chef. I'm so sick of chefs (mostly male it seems) who require red meat to be cooked to a only a certain doneness and everything else is wrong. Same with wanting to add lemon etc. He can't completely seem to wrap his mind around the fact that not everyone eats food exactly how he thinks it should be prepared. Other things taste just as good.

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Are episodes still being put on Disney+ after they air on NatGeo? I thought I read somewhere they were going up the next day but D+ doesn't have ep1 yet, so maybe that changed?

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