​Gordon Ramsay Wants to Teach You How to Cook, Minus the Yelling

​Gordon Ramsay Wants to Teach You How to Cook, Minus the Yelling

Tara Spiteri
Dec 1, 2016
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Want an expert to teach you some cooking skills but don't want to spend your entire life savings? Everyone's favorite angry celebrity chef, Gordon Ramsay, has teamed up with San Francisco-based startup Masterclass to create an instructional video series that is meant to improve your cooking skills.

With 15 episodes and over four hours of content, students will learn a number of expert-level cooking techniques that Chef Ramsay has perfected over his 30-plus-year career. The series will also include a workbook and an online component where you can interact with the class and get selective feedback from Ramsay himself.

"You'll see a side to me, across this class, that I don't think has ever been shown before," Ramsay says in the above trailer for the class. "Everything I've learnt, understood, stolen, and perfected is laid bare across this Masterclass for the first time ever."

According to Variety, the class will cover a wide range of topics including knife skills, ingredient selection, and dish presentation. Students of the class will learn how to make Ramsay's dishes including lobster ravioli and beef Wellington.

Aaron Bricker, one of the cinematographers behind Netfix's Chef's Table, is the director of photography for the series, so you know that the lessons aren't just going to be helpful — they're also going to look great.

Set to release in early 2017, access to the video series is priced at $90. Would you be willing to shell out to improve your cooking skills under the tutelage of one of Britain's best (and boldest!) chefs in the comfort of your own kitchen? You can pre-enroll now on the Masterclass website.

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