Foodies were keen to speak their mind when chef Gordon Ramsay posted a video of pork cutlets being cooked at his restaurant, with some saying the meal looked burnt and ask who will eat it
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Many people would be scared to question celebrity, hot-tempered chef Gordon Ramsay in the kitchen, but that hasn’t stopped Twitter users from slurping him over a photo of lamb chops he shares .
One social media user even compared the meat to a skinless panda “burnt in a house fire”, while another told Brit: “You just cremated my favorite meal among them!”
The TV personality, 55, posted a video of smoked lamb cutlets made at Lucky Cat restaurant in Mayfair, London with the caption: “Herdwick lamb cutlets at Lucky Cat… delicious… !”
Many foodies were quick to offer their own interpretation of the meal, saying it looked burnt.
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One said it looked like the dish had been “cooked on the ashtray”, while another asked: “Who put the lamb bones in the ashtray?”
Others said: “Why does meat always have to be raw f**k or burnt to crisp?” and “Is anyone seriously going to eat that burnt offering?”
Commenting on Gordon’s post from Tuesday, one Twitter user said: “Are they edible or is it some kind of coal,” while others commented: “These look burnt. ” and “looks hotter than coal”.
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However, some fans were more complementary, with one saying: “Looks good to me, I can move on now.”
Others said the meal looked “delicious,” while another simply posted “Looks good.”
Gordon has previously given savage responses to people who tweeted him pictures of their meals, with some possibly getting revenge by poking fun at his sheep.
Lucky Cut’s menu advertises Herdwick lamb chops spiced with chutney and tofu ice cream for £25.
Szechuan chilli beef tenderloin costs £38, while the rare 1KG T-Bone variety sells for £90.
The dill-spiced BBQ pork chops are lower in the price range, at £15.
The restaurant opened in 2019 and draws inspiration from 1930s Tokyo weddings and Shanghai pubs.
Last week, the father of five’s £7million mansion in south-west London had a super lucky escape when Cyclone Eunice swept through his neighbourhood.
A violent storm with winds of more than 75 km/h in the capital uprooted a huge tree outside his lavish home.
The tree appeared to cause damage when it hit the brick wall outside one of his neighbours’ properties.
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The restaurateur is returning to television this year with a new cooking show called Future Food Stars – bearing the cheeky FFS moniker and fitting so well for Gordon.
The show is supposed to emulate The Apprentice and will follow 12 food entrepreneurs battling for investment from the F Word star.
The show hasn’t even started airing yet but has been tipped for a second season on the BBC, while the rights to air the show in the US have been acquired by the Fox network in a reported “multi-million pound deal”. .
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