Humble Pie

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Harper, 2008 - Cooks - 96 pages
10 Reviews
This reader is from the 2008 Quick Reads series. Quick Reads are short, exciting books by bestselling authors and celebrities for adults who are new to reading, have lost the reading habit, or who prefer a quick read. Humble Pie In Humble Pie, Gordon Ramsay tells the full story of how he became the world’s most famous and infamous chef. His difficult childhood and his failed first career as a footballer – all these things have made him the celebrated culinary talent and media powerhouse he is today.

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User Review  - Ceiteag - LibraryThing

Well, it certainly reads like Ramsey wrote it himself. There was no ghostwriter. This is a very very short book, but interesting if you want to know more about his life up to now. Read full review

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User Review  - FireandIce - LibraryThing

After reading this autobiography, I feel like I have a much better sense of what drives Gordon Ramsay in his relentless pursuit of excellence and I have even more respect for him that I did before. Read full review

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About the author (2008)

Gordon Ramsay's radical career change at 17 years old led him to London and to huge success as chef, restaurant-empire-builder and celebrity. Gordon has published nine bestselling recipe books and has starred in the hugely successful television series': the Bafta award-winning Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares, Hell's Kitchen and The F Word. In 2006 he was appointed OBE and saw the launch of his New York restaurant.

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