Hi guys,

I finished completely the translation of the mentioned Kitchen Nightmares episode with Gordon Ramsay. Only one problem left and I sort of need your native ears to solve it... Emotion: smile

I found a final part of that episode on youtube,

could you please move the slider to 4:45 and tell me what Gordon says in there, he's recapitulating what he has on the plate...

Fish, cockel butter,
parsely,
sauteed local (?)****(?) and sautee potatoes.
Rustic simple and so unpretentious.
It's extraordinary.

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thanks a lot in advance

Tomas
Fish Cooked in Butter,

parsley,

local ceps and sautéed potatoes.

Ceps are a type of mushrooms.

I have confirmed the translation of this with Gordon! - He is very amused that this is the second time I have translated of him on a English language forum. I would direct quote him but I doubt it will be approved. I see Gordon on a regular basis - we judge competitions together!
Dave PhillipsFish Cooked in Butter,

parsley,

local ceps and sautéed potatoes.

I agree with "ceps" but I don't hear "cooked in butter". To me it sounds like he is saying "cockle butter" per Tomas' post. I'd never heard of it, but a smattering of web hits suggest that such a thing does exist.
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a cockle buter is some butter he fried cockles in and then left the entire thing to solidfy, it does exsist but not in this case. Which web did you search? Oh by the way I used to do this shit for a living!
Have you ever spoken to Gordon to understand his accent?
If you cooked anything in Cockle butter the cockles would overcook and be as hard as a whore's heart!
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Fantastic, thanks a lot guys for help!! [Y]Emotion: smile
Dave PhillipsI have confirmed the translation of this with Gordon!

I see Gordon on a regular basis - we judge competitions together!

Say hi to him and tell him: "Don't blankingchange. And be still the great chef as you're now". Emotion: smile

nice day to all,

Tomas.

Hi

This is what I hear:

Fish, cockle butter,
parsely,
sauteed local ceps and sautee potatoes.
Rustic simple and so unpretentious.
It's extraordinary.

No doubt to my ear - 'cockle butter'
you pour the cockle butter over the top of the fish when it is done. you dont cook the fish inthe cockle butter.
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