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Cooking Along With Gordon Ramsay


cooking along with gordon ramsay
    gordon ramsay
  • Gordon James Ramsay, OBE (born 8 November 1966) is a British chef, television personality and restaurateur.
  • world-famous chef and television personality; was born in Johnstone but raised in Stratford-upon-Avon from age 10.
    along with
  • being able to deliver visually pleasing work, employers will be looking for good customer relationship skills and project management skills.
  • can be shortened to with.
    cooking
  • Food that has been prepared in a particular way
  • (cook) someone who cooks food
  • (cook) prepare a hot meal; "My husband doesn't cook"
  • The process of preparing food by heating it
  • The practice or skill of preparing food
  • the act of preparing something (as food) by the application of heat; "cooking can be a great art"; "people are needed who have experience in cookery"; "he left the preparation of meals to his wife"

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Parco Archeologico with Fortezza Medicea in background, Volterra; taken with a Canon EOS 1v. . The Archeological Park lies at the west end of the Fortezza Medicea in Volterra. In 1926 the remains of an ancient acropolis with the foundations of two temples (second century B.C.) and a cistern have been excavated here. There were actually many people in the park that day (July 2), but they were mostly around the edges and especially in our vicinity. . The Medici Fortress of Volterra was built on the highest point of the hill where the town. From the outside shows a really majestic and imposing. It consists of two bodies joined together. The Old Fortress was built by the Duke of Athens Walter VI of Brienne, ruler of Florence in 1342 and amended by Lorenzo the Magnificent and the New Castle built by the same Lorenzo the Magnificent in 1475 . The two sections are joined by a curtain wall. Today it is used as a prison of maximum security was not accessible and not open, except in very special day, not applicants, and in small portions. (Slightly modified machine translation from Italian wikipedia.) . Fortezza Medicea - Volterra From its commanding hilltop position the enormous Medici Fortress looks out over Volterra and the surrounding countryside. This massive building is visible from miles away and characterises the skyline of the hill upon which the city lies. The Fortress was built in 1474, exactly two years after Florence conquered the city of Volterra following a fierce battle over the control of nearby alum mines, an important mineral used in the production of textiles. The Fortress was intended not only to protect the city, but primarily to keep the city under tight control and to prevent revolts against the new masters of the city. A part of the fortress – the easternmost part – was already standing before 1474 and was an ancient castle called the Cassero. The construction of this section was completed in 1292 and was designed to augment the pre-existing defensive structures of the city and protect the area around Porta a Selci. Around the year 1343, Gualtieri di Brienne, Duke of Athens and lord of Florence, took control of the Cassero and built a new tower on the other side of the ancient Porta a Selci. The tower was then joined to the Cassero thus creating a single structure protected by an outer ring of walls and ditches. In 1430 began the construction of the prow-shaped outer wall which still stands at the easternmost end of the fortress; this defensive innovation, which was completed in 1432, has ever since been called “the shoe”. This name derives from the shape of the structure, as the walls are strongly slanted at the base to better protect against artillery attacks. All of the eastern section – the oldest part – is now called the Rocca Vecchia (“old castle”) or Femmina (“female”), while the new part, built entirely in stone, consists of two parts: the Mastio on the western end, which is a large, isolated circular tower inside the walls, and a rectangle of curtain-walls with four, high circular towers at each corner. A double curtain-wall was also built between the Mastio and the Rocca Vecchia to join the two fortifications and also created the necessary space to house a sizeable garrison. The exterior of the towers and walls consist of a wide base and a walkway supported by protruding corbels which served a defensive function, or rather were used to launch stones and other materials onto approaching enemies. This walkway was also built onto the older sections and thus the entire perimeter today appears homogeneous. Address: Viale dei Ponti, 56048 Volterra (PI) tuscanypass.com/sights_and_leisure_tuscany/attractions_tuscany/attraction-details.html?eId=25067 . 'They made me a pasta I couldn't refuse' By Nick Pisa Published: 12:01AM BST 20 May 2007 Diners are flocking to what could perhaps be termed the most exclusive restaurant in Italy - one located inside a top security prison, where the chefs and waiters are Mafiosi, robbers and murderers. Serenaded by Bruno, a pianist doing life for murder, the clientele eat inside a deconsecrated chapel set behind the 60 ft-high walls, watch towers, searchlights and security cameras of the daunting 500-year-old Fortezza Medicea, at Volterra near Pisa. Under the watchful eye of armed prison warders, a 20-strong team of chefs, kitchen hands and waiters prepares 120 covers for diners who have all undergone strict security checks. Tables are booked up weeks in advance. The prison director, Maria Grazia Giampiccolo, said the inmates had developed a flair for their cooking: "I feel haute cuisine in a place like this prepares the inmates for when they are eventually released. The guests enjoy their meals and although the security seems at first very daunting and imposing, they get over it quite quickly and forget about the guards." The Mafia may be in charge, but there is no horse's head on this menu. Instead, a smart, middle-ag
Learning a new skill
Learning a new skill
Andrew decided to do "cooking" as his skill for the Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme. I'm delighted because it means that I have someone else to do the cooking when H or I can't be bothered. If only he'd take up cleaning next... So far he has made: Thai green curry Guacamole - twice (the best one I have ever had. Seriously.) Pasta with tomato sauce Chicken curry Potato and chickpea curry Sweet and sour stir fry Tonight he made paella (with chicken because I'm allergic to seafood) and it was absolutely delicious. I volunteered to be his sous chef, so I chopped and fetched as he barked out orders at me a la Gordon Ramsay, while we listened to Burt Baccarach's Magic Moments and sang along to "What's New Pussycat?" and other cheesefest songs. H stayed well away from the kitchen - you'd understand if you could hear our singing.

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