Since we’re becoming the rather deinitive source onÂ celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, I thought I wouldÂ include a bit more of his mischeif & mayhem this afternoon.
Apparently on the latest episode for Ramsay’s Channel 4 show, the FWord, Gordon was the victim ofÂ a hapless assistant.
London’sÂ Chelsea & Westminster Hospital’sÂ accident & emergency doctors played chef in Gordon’s kitchen this pastÂ episode, and lucky for Ramsay they wereÂ on hand.Â Â
Emergency specialist & wouldbe chef Lucy Bingham accidentally splashed Gordon in the eye with boiling hot stock causing the celebrity chef to howl in pain.Â The team gave immediate first aid.Â
The guilty party Bingham stated, Â “I really thought I’d burnt his eye. I thought, ‘That’s it, forget the cooking, we’ve got to take him straight to emergency’.
“I’d got knocked as I was moving a pan of stock and it fell on to the hob, which is blindingly hot, and i t splashed back up at him.
“I thought, ‘It’s Gordon Ramsay, ace chef – and I’ve blinded him.Â I was really worried.Â I immediately went into doctor mode and rushed over to him.Â IÂ think he was startled and shocked but, thankfully, he was fine.”
“I got away without anything, he found it quite amusing how I flipped so quickly into being a doctor.”
She added: “A&E (Accident & Emergency)Â is just like Gordon’s kitchen because it’s so frantic, so busy and there are massive time constraints – and we have to deal with people like Gordon.”
“On any average Friday or Saturday you get people effing and blinding at you and you just can’t get wound up.Â So when Gordon’s shouting, you just sort of block it out.”
Despite his injury, Ramsay was able to praise the support of his team by saying in his celebrated style, “f***ing good news”.