Gordon Ramsay Brutally Rates His Twitter Follower's Food Creations
More entertaining and definitely more offensive than fellow celebrity chef and family man Jamie Oliver, Ramsay took to the wonderful world of Twitter to roast (or sometimes praise) his follower's submitted meals. These people are brave, I'll tell you that, some got some pretty harsh responses...
Starting with my favourite response of the bunch, its Ramsay all over. A simple question, but so back-handed you can't help but applaud the wit:
— Ethiopian overlord (@SchwipsAlt) February 12, 2017
Are you in a biology lesson https://t.co/zTcGcj3t9D— Gordon Ramsay (@GordonRamsay) February 12, 2017
— liam (@fitzycfc) February 12, 2017
Idiot sandwich right there ! https://t.co/AUykerNRHU— Gordon Ramsay (@GordonRamsay) February 12, 2017
As a nation of cheese-lovers, that looks quite nice Liam, spot on if you ask me. Forget the expert chef's opinion...
Ah, remember that iconic moment. Idiot sandwich - still funny and the pinnacle of Gordon Ramsay's harsh but hilarious critique:
— Math Man (@math_tagger) April 14, 2016
He even bashed a good old, great british fry-up;
— ⚒Steve O'Sullivan⚒ (@TheSullis) February 8, 2017
Painful https://t.co/cW8Ub6z86i— Gordon Ramsay (@GordonRamsay) February 8, 2017
I wouldn't say painful, but something doesn't look quite right with that Steve. Where are the baked beans and hash browns? 4/10 from me; I'm not-a-professional chef but know what a fry-up should include, jheez.
The chef was surprisingly full of praise for some submissions. Here's his short-but-sweet tweet of support for a hard-working mum who made a successful family meal:
@GordonRamsay do full time working mums count on your culinary genius? Spaghetti Vongole for 6 pic.twitter.com/c6wqeip3N1— Sarah Mallon (@slmallon) 10 February 2017
A big yes Sarah https://t.co/FndVJjztBh— Gordon Ramsay (@GordonRamsay) 10 February 2017
And a lovely response to this tasty looking dish:
— Ashley Travis (@MrsAshleyTravis) February 13, 2017
Looks good Ashley https://t.co/Md9FfiYAVs— Gordon Ramsay (@GordonRamsay) February 13, 2017
But then again, the brutal responses continue:
— Jamie Chambers (@jaychambers21) 8 February 2017
Who stole your Asparagus tips ? Lost for words https://t.co/FoJWu2MAj0— Gordon Ramsay (@GordonRamsay) 8 February 2017
So there you have it. A laugh at Gordon Ramsay's hilarious honesty. If you're sending in a photo for an expert opinion, prepare vegetables properly, don't miss out vital parts of your fry-up, and chill out with the amount of sandwich filling, unless you want to be called an idiot sandwich.
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Gordon Ramsay Brutally Rates His Twitter Follower's Food Creations Reviewed by Laura Sewell on Wednesday, February 15, 2017 Rating: