He’s fiery, he’s funny, and he’s just furious enough to handle the local traffic. Our all-time favourite celebrity chef and idiot sandwich maker, Gordon Ramsay, is en route to film a new season of his National Geographic culinary series, ‘Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted’. The British culinary beau will venture to some of the most incredible locations on God’s good earth in search of sexy food— which, naturally, includes Sinai’s Bedouin cuisine.
The Bright Road filming and production company, who's responsible for the series, were meant to send their delegation to South Sinai on September 6th to inspect locations in Dahab and Saint Catherine, which were chosen to highlight the heritage of the area. However, the Media Centre of South Sinai has reported that - due to delays in shooting due to COVID-19, keeping Gordon Ramsay himself from making the trip - the delegation were here on an unofficial basis, mostly taking the opportunity to go on a recreational tour.
While they were here, they took the time to learn more about Bedouin cooking customs, folklore, and what some of their most popular dishes are in a bid to stir a little bit of hell’s kitchen into our Eastern peninsula. While the timing might have been too tight for an appearance on his show's second season, we've got our fingers crossed that Gordon Ramsay will bring plenty of kitchen nightmares our way soon enough.