However, tempers rose when Gino thought it would be funny to leave Gordon Ramsay and Fred Sirieix behind to navigate Naples alone. However, Gino sped off and left Gordon and Fred to navigate their way to the pizzeria and an hour later they finally caught up with him, and found him sitting waiting drinking a beer. Gordon then proceeded to cook the scallops, and it all looked very delicious. In France the threesome will help deliver the first Arcachon Oyster Festival. Fred and Gordon mount their impressive horses leaving unimpressed Gino behind to ride a small pony. An embarrassed Gordon ensures they quickly leave the beach. This is food on tour like never before, but will it be a case of too many cooks? Fred realises and falls out with Gino, having needed the cheese for his oyster dish.
He may be a sweet guy with Holly and Phil, cooking mince pies, but this is on a different level. Fred wants to make oyster perfumes from French flavours and proud Italian Gino is obsessed with getting hold of some saltier Mediterranean oysters. Gordon, Gino and Fred hit the road to find out which of their countries does it best and immerse themselves in the most extreme adventures, competing to find the best ingredients from some of the most stunning locations. As they tour the country picking up ingredients, Gordon shows the others how to dress like real Scotsmen. Enthusiastic sailor Gordon takes charge but the bickering soon ensues.
Next, Gordon takes Gino and Fred fly fishing to catch some salmon. In the third episode of the series the trio head to Scotland as Gordon prepares to cook a feast for the chief of Clan Ramsay and his esteemed friends. Three big egos, one small van. Advertisement Gordon Ramsay is, as you would hope and expect, in fine fighting form. Viewers were incredibly delighted with the first episode of the series and took to Twitter to express their views. Do people like turkey during the year? Gordon tries his best to teach the others what to do, but Gino gets fed up and leaves so they decide to cut their losses and call a fishmonger. Gordon decides on a breadcrumbed dish with Fennel and lemon confit, Gino decides on Limoncello and vodka and Fred perfumes his oysters with various sprays of different French ingredients.
Gordon, Gino and Fred: Road Trip this evening saw Gordon Ramsay go back to his homeland Scotland. This special one-off sees Gordon and Gino going head to head to lay on a spectacular festive banquet for deserving members of the public and emergency services who have risked their lives in horrendous circumstances this year such as terror attacks and the tragedy of Grenfell Tower. After some intense competition, Fred's day is complete as his father arrives to taste his oysters. The three-part series begins in Italy as Gordon and Fred join forces to help Gino put on a sumptuous feast for a very unique wedding blessing on the beach. They arrive in style, on a yacht from Sardinia and Gordon challenges Fred to a swimming race to the shore. He got his French and Italian friends to go out on the Scottish sea to witness how scallops are caught.
I am the opposite — I spent all my time understanding the balance of flavours. Gordon, Gino and Fred are also embarking on a road trip together which will be aired during the show. Meanwhile, The trio headed to a local oyster festival where they had to craft their version of the best oysters. As the mountain road narrows, there is only one way to travel and they leave the campervan behind, taking to horseback for the remainder of the journey. Luckily though, he manages to use his persuasive Italian charm to get a coolbox full of ready prepared oysters, so they can get on their way.
Fully dressed, the trio discuss their recipe ideas over Martinis as they sample the Saint Tropez bar scene, but competitive Gordon refuses to disclose his. With three countries, three weeks and three coqs au vin in close confinement what could possibly go wrong? Fred and Gordon laugh at his expense. He was forced to keep his oysters in a cooler for three days, and Gordon inadvertently unplugged the cooler which caused the seafood to die. Gordon tells us that he sent Gino one of his online tutorials that was downloaded by 47 million people. Meanwhile Gino does the hard work, handpicking his oysters for the festival deep in the picturesque Etang de Thau lagoon.
Gordon cooks and tries out the recipe he is planning to cook for the feast. Once at the boat they meet Guy Grieve, an expert in the art of hand diving for scallops. Three big egos, one small van. And during the episode, the men were seen opting for mopeds to get around the town of Naples. Yeah, it makes it even more worthwhile. Gino is alarmed as Gordon drives their car straight down the river before they all get out, don waders and get knee deep in the water with their rods. He wanted to show his road trip buddies - Gino D'Acampo and Fred Sirieix - the delights of Scottish cuisine, and the trip started in the town of Brechin.
They begin their journey at Easdale, gateway to the Isle of Mull, looking for scallops. Gino decided to use oysters found in the Italian mediterranean sea, and it all ended in disaster. The short answer is that both chefs absolutely hate it. Fred drives them to the mountainous region of Roquefort to pick up some cheese for his oyster perfumes. The Scottish leg of the journey will see them taking part in some highland fun and games. Tonight viewers tuned in to see Gordon, 51, Gino, 42, and Fred, 46, take to the road.