Chef Gordon Ramsay is vocal about lots of things—how steak must in no way be cooked above medium, being in on Valentine’s Day, and that he would never at any time order the “soup of the day.” Wait, why? It turns out that this well-known appetizer isn’t the safest way to commence meal. “Ask what yesterday’s soup du jour was ahead of today’s special. It could be the case that it’s the soup du month,” the Scottish restaurateur advises. Cafe specials are usually thrown alongside one another with ingredients that the cooks will need to get rid of in other terms: these “specials” are most likely on the verge of rancid. Yuck.
An additional thing to which Gordon wouldn’t subject matter his refined palate? Airplane food. “I worked for airways for 10 many years, so I know the place this food‘s been and the place it goes, and how very long it took in advance of it bought on board,” he stated in an interview with Refinery 29. It looks like the picky Hell’s Kitchen star is fairly careful when it comes to picking out contemporary fare and avoiding some of these 20 Meals Most Probable To Be Contaminated.