Gordon Ramsay responses to amateur chefs on Twitter

Cooking up a meal – some of us love it, some of us can’t stand the sight of the kitchen. From healthy veggie and protein filled meals to a bowl full of homely goodness that makes it seem like you won’t have to eat for the next week, there are various directions you could go when it comes to whipping up a meal. Sometimes we just want something that is quick and simple, maybe even something that takes 2 minutes in the microwave oven. However, other days we might feel a little more adventurous. The chef’s hat comes out, and the apron is tied. Nothing can stand in the way between us and the perfect meal. Except, how do we know if we’re doing it right? This is where we need our own personal food critic. Thankfully the power of social media means we can reach out to those that know the most about cooking. There is one chef’s opinions in particular that people can’t get enough of: Gordon Ramsay.

Gordon Ramsay burst onto the scene in the late ‘90s with his appearance on the cooking documentary Boiling Point. Since then the chef has continued to grow his empire with cooking shows such as Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares, MasterChef, and Hell’s Kitchen. Ramsay was born in Britain, but it wasn’t long before he made his way across the pond and started dominating America’s culinary scene. His incredible talents, teamed with his strict personality and love of an f-bomb have seen Ramsay become one of the fieriest chefs as well as one of the most loved. People tremble when this man enters the room as they know they are in the presence of greatness.

Over the years, Ramsay has become famous for his quick thinking insults and wisecracks. If this chef is one thing, it is blunt. However, his opinions have meant that people from all around the world want to get a slice of the sarcasm. Twitter is perfect for getting in touch with celebrities that once seemed to live on an entirely different planet. Gordon Ramsay is one of the millions of people circulating on Twitter ready to pounce on the unexpecting. So when someone asked the chef his opinion on their meal, he had the perfect opportunity to insult people in a whole new way: through social media. Since then, Twitter has been flooded with food photos all from people looking to hear the honest truths. Gordon Ramsay has created a generation of people who now all realize that perhaps it’s best to put the spatula down and step away from the kitchen. After all, takeout is only ever one phone call away.

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Some people are born to cook; others are not. For this Twitter user, he thought he would put his skills to good use, using a trick that he had seen all over the TV. Adding a slick of something surely always makes the dish look more appetizing, right? It’s the rule in restaurants after all. Sadly, Gordon Ramsay didn’t think so. In fact, it seems as though the chef thought there was a very special place for Alex at his restaurant. Sadly, that place appears to be eating Gordon’s delicious concoctions, instead of next to him in the kitchen.

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