Blissfully Delish: Gordon Ramsay Three Star Chef

Not too long ago, I was invited to participate as contributing writer for the fabulous Blissfully Domestic, sharing all things food, of course.  In fact, tomorrow, my first article will be published on the Blissfully Delish channel with many more to come along with other great foodie contributors.  If you haven’t had time to visit this amazing website, then you need to get on over there.  Whether it’s information about photography, or personal finance, homeschooling, or health, you’re bound to find much that will catch your eye.  I never cease to be amazed at the talent of people I meet on the Internet and the communities that develop as a result of their creativity and hard work.  I know you’ll agree!

Here’s something else you may be interested in.  Sass & Veracity will soon welcome its 100,000 visitor — something I’m very proud of!  Therefore, I thought it would be fun to say thanks to my visitors in style, and offer something special to one lucky person.

Because I can’t pinpoint who will be the 100,000th visitor, I’m going to do this instead:

Starting today, September 10th, and ending a month from now, October 10th, for each post that you visit and leave a comment on, I will submit your name to be randomly drawn to receive the soon to be released Three Star Chef by Gordon Ramsay which I have pre-ordered for this auspicious occasion.  Ahem.  Well, what’s a celebration without people?   When the dust settles, in grand round-up style, I’ll post the links of all who visited and commented along with an announcement of the winner of this lovely book.  Are you game?  Okay, start your engines!

Wait — I almost forgot.  A party wouldn’t be a party without food and drink, would it?  You thought you’d just get away with comments, right?  Fat chance.  Submit something luscious that would have Gordon would die for.  Something that will bowl him over.  Send him swooning to tastebud heaven.  You know, something he wouldn’t yell at you about.

Send an email to:  sassandveracity [at] gmail [dot] com before midnight PST

Include the following:
Your Name
Your Location
Your Blog’s Name and URL
The permalink for the post
A Photo of your party offering

By all means, take a piece of Gordon with you and post it on your blog if you wish.



31 thoughts on “Blissfully Delish: Gordon Ramsay Three Star Chef

  1. Oh wow! First, congratulations on being part of Blissfully delish. I am sure your contributions will make the place a lot better :-p. Also congratulations for the almost 100,000 visitors. That is a milestone in blogging. I am so proud of you :-p And well, what can I do that would impress chef Gordon Ramsey without him yelling at me. That’s a though one but I am game. 😉

  2. Wow, congrats on the Blissfully Delish column! I can’t wait to read it. And as for Gordon Ramsay, I have a feeling he wouldn’t have enough expletives for anything I submit, but I’ll give it a go anyway. (tee hee)

  3. Thanks, Ben — We’ll see where things are a year from now, right? You think I can get him to autograph the copy? heh.
    Hey Duck, it’s not quite there yet, but will be soon. Thanks! You’re sending food photos, right? Get the hubster working?
    Hi Andrea — Thanks! It would be interesting to present him with our family faire, wouldn’t it?
    Thanks Courtney — I appreciate your comments always, and look forward to adding your name to that drawing!

  4. Wow, what a great milestone to reach! Woot. 🙂 My many congratulations–may your voice ring loud through the entire internet as foodies queue up for their own little part in your celebration.

  5. I’m going to have nightmares (no pun intended) about hostile little men running amok in my kitchen now. Oh well – i’ve got an idea of what to submit, and I’d hope even HE wouldn’t scream about it. Not too much. At least he won’t throw anything.

  6. holy guacamole, that’s impressive! and what a way to celebrate. frankly, mr ramsey frightens me, but i’ll try to come up with something. 🙂

  7. Wow Kelly – 100,000 visitors – I can’t even count that high on my fingers and toes even. BTW – the entry and deadline dates are messed up on Is My Blog Burning.

  8. there is no way i could make anything that Gordan Ramsey wouldn’t yell at me for. and yet i still think he’s fabu. i’d be happy to if i’m able to find the courage to attempt his beef wellington.
    great job on your new gig and your great blog. 🙂

  9. Congratulations! For the 100,000 visits and for being asked to join Blissfully Domestic–both great achievements!
    I do love Gordon, but can i come up with something to knock his socks off? I don’t know…putting my thinking chapeau on.

  10. Hi there, just found your blog from a link at Passionate About Baking and I’m going to be back to browse through your recipes.
    Congrats on the writing job, I’ll look forward to reading it!

  11. MAJOR CONGRATS! that’s awesome considering it take some serious work and time getting to know other foodies and having them visit you! woo hoo!!! i wonder if I’m there yet? I should check today!

  12. first of all congrats to gordan ramsay .i never have been there served for 1,00,000 still now i would like to work there in that kitchen.ahaaahaa

  13. Congratulations on a wonderful blog that’s going strong. 100,000 is some number.
    After watching him doing the Devil in Hell’s Kitchen, I wonder if there’s anything he won’t yell at? I’m almost convinced that if he was served one of his creations by someone else, he’d probably say somthing like “That was terrible, it should be in the trash!”:)

  14. Looks Yummy, a favorite summer desert is keylime pie and making it into cheesecake is inspired.

  15. Everyone loves to hate Gordon Ramsay. With good reason. I think he has singlehandedly done more harm to the culinary profession since the middle ages when chefs were known as blowhards and drunks. This was not so long ago. I was a witness to it myself.
    Then in the late sixtes came a few well educated men and women who changed the atmosphere in the kitchen to one of tolerance and learning. This allowed everyone, not just the ones willing to cowtow and submit themselves to abuse, to learn their profession in a healthy working atmosphere.
    Ramsay unfortunately has set us back in the eyes of many as someone who does not know how to behave himself and who abuses his staff for his own gain.
    I say nothing of his abilities and I am sure he is well qualified but the majority of truly professional chefs are quiet well spoken people who will do anything to see their wards learn and progress without the abuse.
    Sorry if this offends some people but it is the other side of the coin. The good side.

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