British movie star chef Gary Rhodes, who hosted the TV present “MasterChef,” has died at age 59, his household stated Wednesday.
The Michelin star-winning chef’s household stated he died Tuesday night with his wife Jennie at his side, although no explanation for demise was offered.
“The Rhodes household are deeply saddened to announce the passing of beloved husband, father and brother, Gary Rhodes OBE,” the household stated in an announcement.
The chef earned a number of Michelin stars all through his profession, together with his first when he was age 26 whereas working at The Fortress Lodge in southwest England, CNN reported.
Rhodes — who authored a number of cookbooks and starred on the TV present “Hell’s Kitchen” — was remembered Wednesday by different heavyweights within the meals trade.
Fellow UK chef Gordon Ramsay tweeted that Rhodes was a “incredible chef” and liable for elevating British delicacies.
“He was a chef who put British Delicacies on the map,” Ramsay tweeted. “Sending all of the love and prayers to your wife and youngsters. You’ll be missed.”
One other British chef, Jamie Oliver, wrote on Instagram that Rhodes “was a large inspiration to me as a younger chef. He reimagined trendy British delicacies with magnificence and enjoyable.”
With Publish wires