BOOK REVIEWS: This Chef Is One Hot Potato; Humble Pie, My Autobiography by Gordon Ramsay, Pounds 18.99, Harper Collins
Byline: Reviewed by Sarah Probert
He is loud, rude and has reduced many a timid comi chef to tears.
But inside Gordon Ramsay's tough exterior there is a sensitive, caring man just fighting to get out.
This is what we are led to believe in the Michelin-starred chef's autobiography which lands on the shelves alongside a myriad other celebrity stories this month.
Ramsay must jostle with the likes of Billie Piper, Radio 1 D J Chris Moyles and Griff Rhys Jones in the autobiography stakes.
But this book is certainly a worthy contender for those who are intrigued by Ramsay's success, gruff exterior and, believe it or not, his sex appeal.…
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Publication information: Article title: BOOK REVIEWS: This Chef Is One Hot Potato; Humble Pie, My Autobiography by Gordon Ramsay, Pounds 18.99, Harper Collins. Contributors: Not available. Newspaper title: The Birmingham Post (England). Publication date: November 4, 2006. Page number: 53. © 2009 Birmingham Post & Mail Ltd. COPYRIGHT 2006 Gale Group.
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