Food Gordon Ramsay explains cocaine is restaurant industry's 'dirty little secret'

17:50  11 october  2017
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Gordon Ramsay Can’t Handle This Chocolate and Bacon Pizza

  Gordon Ramsay Can’t Handle This Chocolate and Bacon Pizza Gordon Ramsay has openly proclaimed his hatred for pineapple pizza, which he was only willing to eat on Facebook Live for the sake of charity, but it looks like there’s another kind of pie that he might dislike even more: chocolate and bacon pizza. On July 16, Ramsay uploaded a video on YouTube of a clip from the first season of his FOX TV show, Hotel Hell, in which the celebrity chef travels the country to critique and advise hotels, motels, and bed and breakfasts. In the clip, Ramsay visits San Diego’s The Merk, which is now closed, where even assistant restaurant manager Dave Oliver was underwhelmed by the Italian bistro’s cuisine. “I wouldn’t serve any of our dishes to my dog,” Oliver said, adding that the restaurant’s chef has “given up.” After eating dry chicken dishes, Ramsay carries on to order the “chocolate pig,” a 10-inch dessert pizza made with white and dark chocolate, strawberries, and bacon. When Ramsay is presented with the pizza, he quickly states that he’s never seen a dessert look so unappetizing and spits it out seconds after his first and only bite. To read about the 20 worst things you can eat and why, click here.

Gordon Ramsay has been in the restaurant industry since the 1980s, but if there's one thing he's still not accustomed to, it's the industry ' s " dirty little secret ." The cocaine epidemic is the subject of Ramsay 's new ITV documentary " Gordon Ramsay on Cocaine

Chef says drug is industry ’ s ‘ dirty little secret ’ and claims he was once asked by diners to sprinkle coke on a soufflé.

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Gordon Ramsay has been in the restaurant industry since the 1980s, but if there's one thing he's still not accustomed to, it's the industry's "dirty little secret."

The cocaine epidemic is the subject of Ramsay's new ITV documentary "Gordon Ramsay on Cocaine," in which he travels to Colombia to explore the drug-making process. "I've cooked some serious s–t in my life but nothing quite on this level," he said while watching a farmer cook the drug.

In the series, he also meets with the drug smugglers responsible for transporting the problem.

According to Ramsay, the drug is so prevalent in the industry that he's found cocaine traces in 30 out of 31 of his restaurants around the world, said the Guardian.

Gordon Ramsay Can’t Handle This Chocolate and Bacon Pizza

  Gordon Ramsay Can’t Handle This Chocolate and Bacon Pizza Gordon Ramsay has openly proclaimed his hatred for pineapple pizza, which he was only willing to eat on Facebook Live for the sake of charity, but it looks like there’s another kind of pie that he might dislike even more: chocolate and bacon pizza. On July 16, Ramsay uploaded a video on YouTube of a clip from the first season of his FOX TV show, Hotel Hell, in which the celebrity chef travels the country to critique and advise hotels, motels, and bed and breakfasts. In the clip, Ramsay visits San Diego’s The Merk, which is now closed, where even assistant restaurant manager Dave Oliver was underwhelmed by the Italian bistro’s cuisine. “I wouldn’t serve any of our dishes to my dog,” Oliver said, adding that the restaurant’s chef has “given up.” After eating dry chicken dishes, Ramsay carries on to order the “chocolate pig,” a 10-inch dessert pizza made with white and dark chocolate, strawberries, and bacon. When Ramsay is presented with the pizza, he quickly states that he’s never seen a dessert look so unappetizing and spits it out seconds after his first and only bite. To read about the 20 worst things you can eat and why, click here.

Gordon Ramsay Wants to Fix the Restaurant Industry ' s Coke Problem. A coke-sprinkled soufflé helped inspire his new documentary on cocaine . Gordon Ramsay thinks rampant cocaine use is the restaurant industry ' s " dirty little secret ."

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He said, "This started the whole dilemma of how far this is going on and the pressure restaurants are up against from customers."

Not only are patrons taking the drug secretly -- in the bathroom -- but they've outright asked the celebrity chef to infuse cocaine in his recipes. Explained Ramsay in an interview with the Radio Times, "When dessert arrived the couple came to me and said, 'Look, everyone on the table is happy you're here, but can you make a soufflé like never before and combine icing sugar with coke and dust it?'"

While the series currently only airs on British television, many are hopeful it makes its way to the United States.

Judge and executive producer Gordon Ramsay attends a panel for the television show © Provided by AOL Inc. Judge and executive producer Gordon Ramsay attends a panel for the television show "Master Chef Junior" during the Fox portion of the Television Critics Association Summer press tour in Beverly Hills, California August 1, 2013. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)

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