Gordon Ramsay, the well-known loud-mouthed, quick-talking chef, is constantly active; in fact, we might start to wonder whether he has a doppelganger.
It’s challenging to keep up with all of Ramsay’s activities and pursuits (via Insider). Among other recent events, his California Hell’s Kitchen restaurant opened, he posted a heartfelt Twitter tribute to the late Queen, and he outraged TikTok viewers by choosing which lamb to eat next. Ramsay further infuriated many by declaring that although he loves the county of Cornwall, he despises the residents. Whew.
On the plus side, Snoop Dogg, a well-known American rapper and marijuana enthusiast, is rumoured to be working with the chef on an unexpected project. Interestingly, the two have a history dating back to when Snoop appeared as a guest on Ramsay’s “The F Word” show (per IMDb).
Additionally, Ramsay is the one who taught Snoop how to cook, thus the two have a close relationship (via Insider). You might not believe what the two are up to next because Snoop Dogg is now so confident in his cooking abilities.
In Scotland, Snoop Dogg and Gordon Ramsay Are Considering Launching a Restaurant
Snoop Dogg is a huge gourmet, and how could he not be with all the munchies-inducing pot he consumes? Anyone who hasn’t been living under a rock for the past ten years is aware of this.
Surprisingly, Snoop frequently chooses nutritious items when he has cravings, including peanuts, apples, grapes, pistachios, and peanut M&Ms (via BuzzFeed). Snoop has a favourite dish as well, a wagyu beef steak that was served to him by his longtime friend Martha Stewart and actor Matthew McConaughey (according to Yahoo! Life). Of all, no one can consume snacks all the time.
In addition, Gordon Ramsay and Snoop have been discussing constructing a restaurant in Glasgow, Scotland, so that diners can savour even more delectable fare.
According to The Scottish Sun, Snoop’s affection for Scotland is nothing new as the rapper is a major supporter of Celtic Football Club. Considering this, why not operate a restaurant in Scotland?
Snoop hopes that the eatery will include his favourite foods like fried chicken, hamburgers, and macaroni and cheese as well as some traditional Scottish delicacies like haggis, which is a sheep’s stomach filled with spiced offal and eaten with root vegetables (via Historic U.K.).
Both Snoop and Ramsay are really inventive when it comes to cooking, so we can’t wait for the restaurant to open and to look at the menu.
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