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Gordon Ramsay Adds a Little Alan Sugar to His New Show Future Culinary Star – Sara Wallis

Top chef Gordon Ramsay is channeling his inner Lord Sugar as he borrows from the Apprentice format on his new show Future Culinary Star, says Sara Wallis

Gordon is recording it on the candidates
Gordon is recording it on the candidates

Eventually, the range of good TV formats also ran out, so it’s admirable that Gordon Ramsay’s Future Food Stars on BBC1 completely ate up The Apprentice.

In fact, I’m surprised no one has copied it earlier.

Gordon, a man extremely comfortable with yelling and pointing, is perfect as Alan Sugar. Next thing we know, he’s going to ask us to call him God.

Michelin-starred chef and (scream) The “CEO of a global business empire” … is on the hunt for the next Food Star to invest in, an entrepreneur he can take to the Next Level.

He has selected the 12 best, who will compete in tough challenges to win a £150,000 investment of their own cash.







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All that’s clear so far, except that when it started, I was a little concerned that this entire series was all about Gordon dealing with a midlife crisis through the medium of reality TV. .

As the 12 hopefuls wait, confused, on a Newquay beach, Gordon walks full of Bear Grylls, jumping from a helicopter into the sea. The reason is not clear.

Now he wants them to scramble over craggy rocks and jump off a cliff.

“If I take a leap of faith with you, I want you all to do the same for me!” he shouted. Complain.







Gordon challenges the candidates
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What does this have to do with the ability to sell vegetarian cakes or jars of chili sauce? Did Mary Berry have to bungee jump before getting the Bake Off gig? I do not think so.

“Just jump,” shouted Gordon to a poor man, who probably thought his biggest battle would be with a cake or a spreadsheet.

Luckily, the whole thing came to the rescue when it returned to the track for a food challenge. Contestants are divided into teams to make a profit, selling street food from shacks on the beach.







Lord Gordon?
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Immediately there are heroes and villains. There are tears over a taco, a mango sauce spill that sends someone reeling, there’s a row about comedic tuna and a woman being abusive while being overprotective about mushrooms.

The biggest sin is when a team charges £8 for a cheese toast and waits 40 minutes.

Gordon transforms into a MasterChef role, walks into the kitchen with his eyebrows raised, then returns to his form as he spits out the food and blows it up disgustingly.







Gordon’s meeting room
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In the end, the losing team was dragged into a dimly lit room to grill by Gordon, before one of them was fired…sorry, I mean, asked to leave. Come on Gordon, where’s your catchphrase?

But it’s all actually pretty good – and as long as Gordon stops jumping out of things, it’s a kitchen nightmare that can leave you craving food.

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