British chef can’t stop roasting other people’s food on Twitter
Celebrity chef and famed restaurateur Gordon Ramsay is not one to bite his tongue—especially on matters concerning food.
Known for his fiery temper and expletive laden-tirades, the culinary perfectionist has been at the center of Twitter’s latest phenomenon.
A new trend has become quite the hit on Twitter since the weekend, with people continuously tagging the acerbic chef on photos of their home-cooked meals.
Since majority of these “chefs” do not have the culinary experience he possesses, suffice it to say that their foods do not live up to his standards.
The 50-year-old “Hell’s Kitchen” host does not hold back on his criticisms and dishes out his patented snarly reviews.
For example, he has offered some optometrist’s advice for user @flightyler.
Even school lunches are not spared from his venom.
However, not everyone receives his ire, as Twitter user @anthonyhinho actually earned Ramsey’s praise for his banana and toffee cheesecake.
Looks good Anthony https://t.co/G1XJw8zWfG
— Gordon Ramsay (@GordonRamsay) February 22, 2017
Twitter users, meanwhile, have continued sending the British chef their homemade concoctions.
Ramsay, on the other hand, remains a staple in the culinary world and continues to host several cooking programs including “Kitchen Nightmares,” “Master Chef,” “MasterChef Junior” and “Hotel Hell.” Khristian Ibarrola / ra