Wednesday, April 22

Chalking one up for Ramsay

At the University of Southern Maine, Ardis Cameron is teaching a "Project Chef" class, where students will interview local chefs and waitstaff, according to PFM. Here's a raised glass of piss and vinegar to hoping Cameron and others hold students more accountable, you know, like Gordon Ramsay on Hell's Kitchen.

An important lesson is being taught: The teacher is no fool, and he doesn't work for you. He doesn't want you to like him; you need to earn his respect. One might say that Chef Ramsay — like other fearsome reality-TV judges — is a warrior in the battle against snowflake culture, via CHE.

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3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

NO

http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2009/apr/18/gordon-ramsay-preprepared-meals-offsite-kitchen

11:45  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Here's a raised glass of piss and vinegar to hoping Cameron and others hold students more accountable, you know, like Gordon Ramsay on Hell's Kitchen."

What is this supposed to mean?

15:48  
Blogger Psst! said...

The Ramsay pedagogical method, not the cooking, is exciting. Read the piece.

15:51  

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