Which British Celeb Chef Is Your Cooking Style Most Like?

Are you more like Gordon Ramsey or Delia Smith? Take this quiz to find out!

Rachel Addine
Created By Rachel Addine
On Mar 29, 2017

What are you never ever without in the kitchen?

What’s your favourite cut of meat?

Which of these ingredients do you use the most?

When cooking a recipe from a book, is it vital to use exactly the ingredients specified?

Does cooking require a lot of time and effort?

How do you feel about British cuisine?

Pick a set of scales:

Your favourite dish to cook is...

Your style in the kitchen could be summed up as...

Jamie Oliver

Jamie Oliver

Jamie Oliver’s empire now spans TV programmes, books and restaurants - but what he's known for is his easygoing and simple home cooking. You are good at changing recipes to make them work for you and ‘cheating’ by making them simpler. You’ll thrive on al fresco cooking, barbecues, and quick fix suppers for the family.

Heston Blumenthal

Heston Blumenthal

‘Culinary alchemist’ and the man behind the Fat Duck in Bray, voted world’s best restaurant in 2005. For you, cooking is about experimenting - from changing one ingredient in a recipe to really shaking things up. You might not always get it right, but that's just part of the fun!

Nigella Lawson

Nigella Lawson

The 'queen of food porn' who simply cooks for her own pleasure and enjoyment. You have emotional and sentimental connections to food and family, and love celebrations. You love to cook for parties and family gatherings.

Gordon Ramsay

Gordon Ramsay

Fiery chef Gordon Ramsay has numerous Michelin stars under his belt and owns restaurants and pubs across Britain, America, Europe and Asia. You're a perfectionist who really takes pride in what you cook. You prefer to follow recipes, tweaking them slightly as you go along.

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall is the gastronaut who boldly goes where few have gone before. He is known cutting down on food wastage, producing a TV series in 1997 in which he drove around Britain picking up roadkill. Your cooking style is back-to-basics - You’ll be happy with a good cookbook and a undertaking research into the dish you’re cooking before you get started.