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The Chef Speaks Out

Around the world, chef's aren't exactly known for their meek and mild demeanour, but Gos appears to be something of an exception.

Up until now, the big fella has shown no sign of the almost requisite fiery temperament that's 'par for the course' for these culinary experts who regularly wear silly hats and dodgy trousers.

However, discussing the usual BB4 boys' topic at bedtime tonight (humorously food, not sex), Gos felt the need to make a very strong point about the use of condiments.

No, not condoms, we're talking about seasoning - salt and pepper!

The conversation started when the second-oldest housemate was asked who he respected most in the Chefing world. In answering he described seafood maestro Rick Stein as 'fantastic', before referring to top chef Gordon Ramsey as, "The Don".

He was then quizzed over his opinion on TV's 'The Naked Chef', Jamie Oliver. Gos described him as 'good', but said that he wouldn't class him as a Master Chef yet. "But he's done a lot for the industry," conceded the would-be restaurant owner.

Cameron then asked big Gos for his opinion on Gordon Ramsey's policy of not offering diners salt and pepper, which was like a red rag to a bull!

"F***ing right!", exclaimed the passionate chef, quickly following-up his outburst with, "Food needs to be tasted before you season it".

Fed, who works in the family restaurant, then got involved by adding that he, "Can't stand it when people ask for ketchup with a good meal". The Italian waiter stated that he couldn't believe adults would ask for it, so he almost always tells them that there is none.

Crikey, it's a bit bloody strict this 'posh nosh' malarkey (cheers Jamie) innit?

We're sticking to the local chippy where we can have lashings of salt, vinegar, pepper, tartar and tomato sauce without being reported to the 'etiquette Police'!

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