Gordon Ramsay's hit reality cooking competition show on Fox, #HellsKitchen, has been the source of many now-classic memes and GIFs. We've also seen Ramsay's softer side as he works with young cooks on Junior Masterchef. The short-tempered Scottish chef will forever be known as one of the harshest food critics around, even as he hosts three different shows devoted to helping cooks, restaurants and even hotels grow and improve.
Ramsay isn't even a remote personality. What some fans may not realize is that sending the cook a picture of a home-cooked meal on Twitter may result in the chef's harsh critical eye being turned on your own work. The celebrity cook receives photo tweets nearly every day of meals prepared by fans themselves. Just as with the competitors on his TV show, he does not hold back in giving his honest opinion on their meals. Let's take a look at some of the best burns Ramsay has delivered to fans over Twitter.
The Tweet That Started It All
In 2011, Gordon Ramsay first took to judging homemade food sent to him through Twitter. His first response is still one of the funniest out there, showing his sharp opinion slightly watered down for his first burn.
Might Be Time For A New Plan
This fan had no qualms about asking Ramsay's opinion on how the food affects his chances with having some extra fun with his date. Unfortunately for him, Ramsay sees nothing but failure and a future rejection with his plate of food.
If you know Gordon Ramsay, you know he loves to weave some colorful language with his blunt opinions, and this tweet says it all, not finding any tasty to look at in this fan's fajita dish.
Multiple Uses for Food
What this fan's dad was making for lunch may still remain a mystery to this day, but what remains evident is that if this kid doesn't enjoy his dad's cooking, he could always take it outside and use it to play catch with his friends.
Don't Mess With People Handling Your Food
As kids, we always had to eat what our parents made and not question what it was, or else we would be in trouble. However, there should be a line drawn between forcing to eat vegetables and forcing to eat what looks like your mother's meal regurgitated like a bird on a plate, which this fan questioned Ramsay about, resulting in the blame being directed towards the fan himself.
Fast and Furious
Asking Gordon Ramsay to rate food from a fast food place would be like asking the Academy to review and Adam Sandler Netflix movie, the two worlds are not supposed to collide. This is clear when this fan asked Ramsay his thoughts on a burger from the fast food chain Sonic, Ramsay questioning if the burger was run over before getting into the fan's hands.
You Wouldn't Like Gordon When He's Angry
Some food is really difficult to make at home, despite it looking easy when you see it made at a restaurant or on TV. This fan's attempt at an omelette falls in line with this feeling as she thought Ramsay might feel a little happy seeing this concoction, but instead results in an angered feeling.
Don't Eat the School Food
Unless attending a high-class school or even a private school, one should usually avoid eating food made by the school's cafeteria, as it is usually cheap and small portioned. Ramsay discovered, however, this fan's school was practically robbing its students of their breakfast money on this hardly stuffed breakfast burrito.
Nobody Wants That Food
Anyone who owns a dog knows that when it comes time to eat food, they will always be sitting right next to you begging for a piece of whatever your eating. This fan's dog, however, agrees with Ramsay that this food looks bland and not worth sharing.
Was The Goal To Eat Ash?
Roasts are a very popular dish when it comes to big holidays when all of the family is over for dinner, such as Christmas or Easter. One of the biggest worries when it comes to roasts is overcooking the protein, which this fan clearly didn't know when to stop, practically cooking this chicken to keep in an urn on the mantlepiece.
Are You Sure That's Food?
It's been warned against before on this list, and I'll send the warning again, don't trust most cafeteria food in school. This poor fan's pulled pork sandwich is such a travesty and horrible to look at, Ramsay suspects it might not be food.
Gordon Loves Good China
When it comes to preparing the food for serving people (even one's self), presentation is always a key factor, whether it be the way the food is sitting on the plate or even the plate itself. However, if the only thing pleasant about the food you're serving is the plate itself, as is this fan's case, it might be time to tweak the recipe.
Gordon Will Say a Prayer For Your Cooking
One important thing to remember when it comes to throwing toppings on food, there is such a thing as too many toppings, especially if it practically makes the original plate non-existent. This fan got a little overzealous with throwing lettuce on his nachos and Ramsay was so worried for him, he decided to send a pun prayer for him and the nachos.
What are some of your favorite Gordon Ramsay tweets? Did any make this list? Let us know in the comments below!