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And as you're about to see, she's right.
He was referring specifically to Lagasse's physical appearance.
Flay was offended that Gordon said, "I've forgotten more than he's (Flay) known!"
More specifically, the "unwashed anuses" of wildebeests.
Oliver never takes Ramsay's comments lying down; he fires back with plenty of insults of his own.
He may have also called her a "freakazoid" who is incapable of cooking.
Their feud goes all the way back to 2009 and has flared up intermittently.
Ramsay made some less-than-flattering remarks about a female reporter.
Brown is hardly the only chef who is critical of Bourdain's over-the-top behavior.
Bourdain called it the "worst career move," and Florence wasn't too happy about it.
White helped mentor Ramsay, and they had a widely publicized falling out.
He believes reality cooking drama is a bad environment for creating quality food.
"How hard is it to chop an onion?"
He also said that he'd never have her on his show.
He backed off and later said she was just the most dangerous person on the Food Network.
Celebrities of all types have suffered Bourdain's scathing disdain.
Bourdain is relentlessly creative with his insults.
She said his demeanor is a ploy for media attention.
No one ever said chefs are mature.
"If she were confident in her acting, she wouldn't be trying to be Martha Stewart."
Paltrow posted a recipe called "Jailbreak Cake," a not-too-subtle reference to Stewart's criminal conviction.
Zimmern called Florence the "least talented TV chef."
"Pol Pot in a muumuu" are apparently the words he used.
This feud may go on for decades.
Flay was celebrating a win on "Iron Chef," and his victory move was considered disrespectful.
Fieri responded in part by saying, "I really don't like him making fun of people."
Richman responded by saying that Brown was no longer his hero.
Ray basically responded by saying, "She's right."
Ramsay could make a second career out of burning bridges.
Not every comment that Bourdain makes is completely derogatory.