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Jean Philippe Susilovic,
Although so far I have only watched the first season, I can wholeheartedly recommend this series, in which Gordon Ramsay takes a vacation to India and the rest of southeast Asia to learn the secrets of authentic Asian cuisine.
The show is highly educational and entertaining. It is fun to see Ramsay taken out of his comfortable environment and placed in situations where he may not be the top chef.
It is a much more personal show that Ramsay's other shows. You will likely learn things about Indian cuisine, and about Gordon Ramsay, that you never knew before. If you are a fan of Ramsay, it's a must-see!
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