Scottish-born chef and television personality Gordon Ramsay is used to forcing people out of their comfort zone -- ranting and raving while instructing people how to prepare the perfect dish. But in his latest show, Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted, he is the one being tested. All of Ramsay’s accolades and esteem get left behind as he travels across the world to find ingredients and flavors he has never come across in his long career. His new National Geographic series highlights six different locations in its first season, namely Peru, New Zealand, Laos, Hawaii, Alaska and Morocco. “It has been an amazing journey traveling off the beaten path with National Geographic and connecting with locals to learn and share incredible stories of unique traditions, delicacies and the extreme lengths it takes to harvest native ingredients,” said Ramsay. “I have learned way more filming this series than I have in the last 10 years.” On the go: Gordon Ramsay learns traditional … [Read more...] about Gordon Ramsay travels the world in ‘Uncharted’
Camel milk uk
When The Financial Times’ (FT) mail room informed me that two bottles of ice-cold camel milk had arrived, my heart dropped. I had spent weeks researching and championing camel milk’s status as the “future of dairy” to my colleagues; now I had to taste it. As I went to try the surprisingly thick beverage, my nose wrinkled, my lips pursed. I realised that something I had not expected was holding me back: Prejudice.Camels were first domesticated for their milk in 3,000 BC, according to the UN, and the liquid is a staple in parts of the Middle East and North Africa, where it can be cheaper than cow’s milk. Now it is gaining popularity with producers and customers elsewhere, from health nuts in America to farmers in sub-Saharan Africa reckoning with climate change.The milk is low in lactose, allowing it to be digested by people with a dairy intolerance and cutting into the market share of nut milks.Touted by fanatics for its alleged medical benefits and by … [Read more...] about Camel milk could be the future of dairy. Are you ready for a camelcino?