A pan-seared post.
Why is every gotdamn thing "a pan seared"? You're just cooking something in a pan? Wow.
And why can't they just say, if they must, "pan seared beef"? Why does it have to be "a pan seared beef." That's like "a glass of ruminated waters." It's both meaningless AND ungrammatical (Noam Chomsky would have a field day with this).
Also -- Whenever they describe what goes into a dish, they say "a little bit of X." Ah yes, it's a pan seared beef with a little bit of salt and a little bit of pepper. Even more obnoxious is when they say what that "little" bit is for. "A little bit of salt and pepper for seasoning / for flavor / to bring out the flavor." Amazing.
And whenever it is chili pepper, it's always "a little bit of chili, for kick". Ooh, yes, I'm sure you made it REALLY spicy for Ramsay's old man Britain palate. And aren't you just a naughty and zesty person, the way you give your food "kick." But please, continue. Tell us about how you've put "a mole sauce" on it. Not mole sauce, but *A* mole sauce. Like, it's one among many moles... the fake one that you make, with a gringa-ass "little bit of cayenne for kick." No, you can't just say it's "beef with mole"?