Gorden Ramsay hits the road again in the third season of Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted where he explores global cuisines amidfrigidtemperatures, muddy back roads and stormy waters.
If you’ve enjoyed the two earlier seasons of Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted, then be prepared for more culinary adventures with the multi-Michelinstarred celebrity chef.
Like previous episodes, season three sees Gordon Ramsay travelling through different countries exploring global cuisines and their unique culinary customs. This time, he travels to places such as Portugal, Croatia, Mexico, Texas, Maine, Puerto Rico, Iceland and America’s Smoky Mountains. He learns about the delicacies and flavours unique to each region, before creating recipes inspired by the harvested ingredients, local dishes and the people he meets. Each episode ends with Ramsay in a final cookout challenge with a food expert and preparing a meal together for the locals.
But let’s face it, the highlight of the show is watching Ramsay swear his way through each “mission” as he attempts to fish, harvest, forage, hunt, kayak and dive to collect the ingredients – and messing up along the way. Season three promises to be bigger and bolder with more adventures and challenges. In Texas, he herds cattle with the help of a helicopter and hunts for venomous rattlesnakes under the stern eyes of tough, gritty characters. In Portugal, he joins local fishermen in the open seas to fish for sardines – a task that turned out to be a lot harder than it looked. Luckily the show pulls back just enough to let each region’s cuisine be the star, whether it’s the Maine lobster, wild Atlantic salmon or Icelandic scallops. It’s a wild ten-part adventure ready to be savoured.
Catch the series on Disney+ Singapore from 6 August 2021.