Chef Gordon Ramsay Just Set a Guinness World Record

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Aside from spewing profanities and making delicious food, Gordon Ramsay is damn good at filleting a fish. So good, in fact, that he challenged halibut expert Janna Fabich to a competition on his newest and most appropriately-titled series, The F Word. 

As a way to up the ante, Ramsay also invited officials from the Guinness World Records to oversee their intense breaking and prepping process. The number to beat: 15 portions of halibut (weighing at 40 grams or more). The time to beat: two minutes or less. The result: Ramsay for the win (Obviously. There’s a reason why he’s allowed to verbally assault his contestants on Hell’s Kitchen.)

With a minute and five seconds to spare, the new record holder chopped and sliced through the challenge at lightning speed. (Fabich clocked in at 13 pieces in two minutes, in case you’re interested.)

Check out the clip below to see Ramsay in action. And if you’re now craving fish for dinner, we’ve gathered three of our favorite halibut recipes. But please butcher with caution.

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Corn-Husk-Wrapped Grilled Halibut with Charred Corn Salsa

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Everything is more fun when served in a corn husk, especially if it’s topped with actual corn. Serve with a side of cornbread to go real corn crazy. Get our Corn-Husk-Wrapped Grilled Halibut with Charred Corn Salsa recipe.

Halibut with Watercress Pesto and Cannellini Beans

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When it comes to beans, cannellini reign supreme. Try this Italian-inspired dish and you’ll save a pasta-fueled trip to Carrabba’s. Get our Halibut with Watercress Pesto and Cannellini Beans recipe.

Halibut Ceviche with Watermelon

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Summer is here and ceviche is in. Impress your friends and family with this refreshing take on a timeless classic, complete with seasonal watermelon. We’ve also been told this pairs well with a margarita or mojito, so cheers in advance. Get our Halibut Ceviche with Watermelon recipe.

Lead image courtesy of Fox.

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