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Source: fox

People Are Turning the Tables on Gordon Ramsay and Roasting His Gravy Recipe

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Gordon Ramsay, the chef who made a TV career out of being overly critical of food, recently found himself on the receiving end of some biting words himself when he posted a video of a Sunday roast that he made on Twitter.

The world-renowned chef often takes his trademark, no-holds-barred approach to Twitter by critiquing photos people send him of their food.

Usually, he tells folks to go back to the drawing board and learn how to make a proper dish. Every so often, however, Chef Ramsay might have some kind and encouraging words for would-be cooks.

I wouldn't think a person could give an honest assessment of a meal with just a photograph but, then again, I don't cook food for a living. At the very least, I guess Ramsay could see a real demonstration of technique and ascertain whether the meal was well prepared.

But if Ramsay uses visual cues to roast other people's...err...roasts, he might have used that keen sight to check the consistency of his own gravy first.

When you think of a good and delicious gravy, how do you imagine it pours? Does it come out thick? Is it a viscous pour? Or does it splatter all over the plate in a runny, thin mess like the video Ramsay posted below?

Gravy enthusiasts (if there are such a thing), you've been warned: