Fort Benning Soldier Takes Gordon Ramsay On Wild Hog Hunt

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As the host of the Fox show “Kitchen Nightmares,” Gordon Ramsay traveled the country helping struggling restaurants turn their luck around by berating staff with his razor-sharp British wit. But during a recent trip to Fort Benning, Georgia, the celebrity chef holstered his silver tongue and armed himself with a hunting rifle instead. With the help of an Army major, Ramsay trapped, killed, bled, skinned, and expertly butchered a wild boar, then slathered it in a savory BBQ sauce and served it on some plates with a green mustard coleslaw for a hungry Stryker crew to enjoy.

Sure beats Pork Rib!

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Capt. Jonathan Turnbull. (U.S. Army)

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