Does Gordon Ramsay write his own extrafood column in the Herald Sun?

Gordon Ramsay’s Humble Pie was a 2006 bestseller but it was the award-winning feature writer Rachel Cooke who quietly wore out the “f” key on her laptop. Then again, she can afford a new computer, having pocketed a rumoured £100,000 share of Ramsay’s rumoured £750,000 advance.

From “Literary Haunts”, The Times, November 12, 2007. Surely Ramsay has much more lucrative things to do with his time than pen a few hundred words a week for extrafood in Melbourne’s Herald Sun newspaper. So who is the food writer at Gordon Ramsay Holding’s PR agency, Sauce Communications? Any idea, Ed?

5 Comments Does Gordon Ramsay write his own extrafood column in the Herald Sun?

  1. Ed

    Of course no celebrities write anything and Gordon (or Jamie) are no different. They’ll have a whole team doings all the recipe columns and books. Probably not in the PR company in their cases though which would just facilitate it happening.

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  2. Pat

    Anyone who has ever subbed raw copy from a “celeb” will assure you writing isn’t often their forte. Ghost writing is alive and well…

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  3. DJ

    i dunno, but it doesn’t just happen with writing – i once worked on a Jackie Chan film – he’s mostly famous for ‘doing all his own stunts’ and let me tell you, that guy doesn’t get out of his trailer unless it’s a close-up. at least the stunt guy seemed to have his own entourage of groupies….

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