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Gordon Ramsay serves up Burmese python for TV show

It was for an upcoming episode of his TV show, The F Word.

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Ramsay was filming in Florida (Adam Davy/PA)

Ramsay was filming in Florida (Adam Davy/PA)

Ramsay was filming in Florida (Adam Davy/PA)

Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay has cooked up a unique dish while filming in Florida: Burmese python.

Ramsay joined a water management official to hunt the invasive pythons in the Everglades for an upcoming episode of his TV show, The F Word with Gordon Ramsay.

Kyle Penniston hunts pythons for the South Florida Water Management District , the state agency that oversees the Everglades’ restoration.

Researchers say pythons are having a negative effect on populations of native mammals in the vast wetlands.

According to a statement from the district, Ramsay and his son, Jack, helped Penniston kill three pythons in western Miami-Dade County.

The district said Ramsay cooked one python in a portable oven.

Penniston said it was an honour to have his first taste of python cooked by Ramsay.

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