‘Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted’ Introduces Guyanese Chef Delven Adams

(TV Showcase) Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted takes us to Guyana, a rainforest paradise filled with a bounty of exotic ingredients for chef Ramsay to learn to use.

Guyana’s popular chef, Delven Adams, who owns and operates the Georgetown’s Backyard Cafe, will  be introduced to audiences for this edition of National Geographic TV series Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted.

He opens his show in the the city of Georgetown. Guyana is located on the northern edge of South America, and the English speaking nation is mostly made up of rainforest and jungle.

Guyanese cuisine is introduced to Gordon by chef Delven Adams. The cuisine is influenced by the combination is a mix of many indigenous and European cultures combined with the unique ingredients of the region.  The end goal? Gordon must make a sumptuous feast for a local Macushi chief.

In the episode, Gordon says of Guyana: “Guyana has to be one of the most uncharted adventures ever for me…trust me, Guyana is a place I will not be forgetting about for years.”


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