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Gordon Ramsay slams Gino Di'Campo for 'boiling his meat' in savage Tik Tok video


Gordon Ramsay has taken a savage swipe at Gino D’Acampo for his cooking skills in a cheeky TikTok video.

The Scots TV chef is known for his ‘rate my plate’ videos online so when he saw his chef pal Gino making ‘capocollo’ he couldn’t resist commenting on his skills.

The 54-year-old, who has over 20 million followers on TikTok, and Gino are good mates after touring the world together for their hit show, Gordon, Gino and Fred.

In Gino’s video, the chef says: “I’m going to show you something that drives me mad because in England I cannot get this cut of meat. This is called Capocollo. I can’t get it anywhere”

Gordon interupts: “Of course we sell Capocollo! Learn to speak English you donut! That’s because you’ve never been shopping down the supermarket! Stay out of Iceland!”

As Gino put his meat in the pan, Gordon was outraged.



Gordon slammed Gino’s cooking

He said: “Turn the gas up! No… it needs to be hotter! You’re boiling your meat…Gino! You’re boiling your meat!”

And as Gino sprinkled seasoning in the pan, Gordon proceeded to call him a doughnut, once again.

He said: “Oh no, why do you season like that you doughnut? What are you doing?! Turn the gas out, they’re going to be over cooked now!”

As Gino shows the camera his sizzling pan he says: “And that’s the way it’s done!”



Gordon, Gino and Fred travelled the world together

But Gordon disagrees: “That’s not the way it’s done! No way! No! No! How many times have I told you?! Listen to me Gino!”

And this isn’t the first time Gordon has slammed Gino’s cooking as last month on TikTok he also criticised his burger making skills.

This week, Gordon launched his own game show on the BBC called Gordon Ramsay’s Bank Balance.

Gino is also the host of Family Fortunes so Gordon captioned the video: “I will not be taking cooking & now gameshow advice from Gino.”





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