Gordon Ramsay talks about Tilly's weight being mocked
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Gordon Ramsay, who is known for his mouth-watering recipes and delectable delights, didn’t disappoint when he unveiled his tasty Christmas dinner. But Question of Sport presenter Paddy McGuinness appeared to take issue with the celebrity chef’s offering.
It comes after Gordon, 55, took to Twitter and shared a video of his Christmas dinner today.
The plate was complete with sliced turkey, pigs in blankets, parsnips and roast potatoes.
The popular TV chef then coated the meat with a tablespoon of gravy which did not impress some of his followers.
In view of his 7.4 million followers, Gordon penned: “Christmas is right around the corner… visit [his restuarant] to start your planning!! Gx.”
Fans inundated the comment section as they praised his latest offering.
But Paddy, 48, claimed that Gordon had been too sparse with the gravy as he cheekily mocked the renowned chef.
In view of his 542,000 followers, he joked: “Get the jug out Ramsay!!! #gravy.”
Alex Mulcrow agreed: “That’s a shameful amount of gravy. The veg at least has to be drowning.”
Ryan remarked: “C’mon Gordon less of spooning that gravy and just pour the jug all over. Give it a proper covering!”(sic)
Adam Ozzy said: “That gravy wouldn’t fly up north. Absolutely not.”
“Pour the jug on Gordy,” Joe Dart.
Maxine added: “I love this, but stop with the drizzle. Get that full jug of gravy on that meal. Don’t be shy.”
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However, others were less harsh as they praised Gordon’s expertise.
Los Simpson commented: “Looks incredible! Now I want to try to cook something like that on Christmas!”
Yent remarked: “@GordonRamsay Just wanted to let you know you’re a legend and one of my icons. Thank you Chef Ramsay!”
Shaun joked: “All that preparation and eaten the whole thing in five minutes.”
Meanwhile, the celebrity chef’s famous grill The Savoy in London has unveiled its festive menu.
Gordon is charging £275 per person for a Christmas dinner.
The Savoy, which houses Gordon’s popular grill in west London, says: “Celebrate the festive season at Gordon Ramsay’s Savoy Grill.
“On Christmas day The Savoy Grill will serve a stunning six-course meal with some wonderful dishes including; the Arnold Bennett Soufflé with aged Cheddar sauce, Beef Wellington, Dover sole and orange sorbet with Champagne foam, just to name a few.”
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