Brooklyn Beckham got a good swipe from fans as he showed off his questionable cooking skills on Instagram on Wednesday.
The eldest son of Victoria and David Beckham, 24, who recently developed a passion for food, was slammed as he played “Daddy daycare” with new rescue puppy Peanut as he tried to cook spaghetti bolognese.
When Brooklyn treated himself to a glass of fine red wine after tossing a good sprinkle with ground beef and carrots, his followers were baffled by the pot’s wooden cork.
What’s more, Brooklyn has been criticized for containing the tiny dog in a baby Papoose over fire safety concerns.
One wrote: “There’s a stopper in the bowl and a dog hair is about to join.”
Roasting: Brooklyn Beckham got a good grilling from fans as he showed off his questionable cooking skills on Instagram Wednesday and saw a wine cork in the skillet
Another added, “The cork is the secret ingredient,” while a third follower said, “Why did you throw the wine stopper into the decanter?”
Another follower warned: “It’s not cute, even though your pup is.” . The dog does not have to be with you while you are cooking. The boiling liquid could splash on his face and injure him.
Brooklyn later took to his Instagram Stories to explain that adding the cork was no mistake on his part.
Share a screenshot that reads: “Most of the research followed and found information that adding wine stoppers added to the cooking liquid ensured a more tender dish.”
But the featured text is actually from an article titled: “Let’s Talk About Food: Wine Corks Guarantee More Delicate Octopus.”
However, that didn’t stop Brooklyn from experimenting with ground beef.
When a fan asked, “Are you a chef?” Brooklyn replied, “No, but food is my passion.”
Peanut is the latest addition to Brooklyn and his wife, Nicola Peltz’s growing brood of dogs. Nicola, 28, launched a dog shelter in Los Angeles called It’s Yogi House.
As Brooklyn treated himself to a glass of fine red wine after he had made a fine splash with ground beef and carrots, his followers were perplexed as to why there was a cork sitting in the pot.
Embarrassed: Brooklyn later took to his Instagram Stories to explain that the cork addition wasn’t a mistake — but he did share a screenshot about cooking with octopus, not ground beef
Pursue His Heart: When a fan asked, “Are you a chef?” Brooklyn replied, “No, but food is my passion.”
Questions: His followers were baffled by the wooden cork in the pot. What’s more, others have criticized Brooklyn for containing the little dog in a tiny papoose
Brooklyn has shared his passion for cooking on his social media platform — but he often gets a good roast from the critics.
In his latest cooking video, he invites followers to Brooklyn as he cooks fettuccine Alfredo — while promoting a dairy brand.
Many were quick to point out that he used spaghetti instead of the traditional fettuccine pasta and made béchamel sauce instead of Alfredo.
Béchamel sauce is a simple recipe made with flour, milk and butter. Alfredo sauce is much richer and is made using thick cream, butter, garlic, fresh parsley, and Parmesan.
Others highlighted how he didn’t even season the dish – as one joked in the comments that “swelling hits everyone” because he left out the main ingredients.
Underneath someone wrote: ‘No no and again no! Too many mistakes in just one dish! Please no!’
Brooklyn has previously been criticized by his followers for using expensive ingredients and basic recipes while cooking for his Instagram viewers.
He recently used truffles in a tagliatelle dish, and gushed in the caption that he could never use too much in his dish.
Oh dear: Brooklyn has shared his passion for cooking on his social media platform — but he often gets a good roast from the critics. He recently tried making fettucine alfredo
that’s expensive! Brooklyn has previously come under fire for using fancy ingredients in his Instagram cooking lessons, including truffles during a tagliatelle show.
Criticisms: Brooklyn recently came under fire for his cooking videos again, after he used store-bought broth to make Scous soup.
Cooking up a storm: He recreated his version of the iconic soup, which can cost as little as £2 per portion
According to 2021 estimatesWinter black truffles average $20.49 per ounce, burgundy black truffles average $24.93 per ounce, and summer black truffles average $22.57 per ounce. It is not known what type of truffle is used in Brooklyn.
Last month, Brooklyn also splashed hundreds of pounds making its controversial ‘Michelin-style’ Sunday.
Butchers told MailOnline the meat appeared to be a 5kg cut from a 28-day-dry-aged sirloin which would fetch between £200 and £300 on the meat market.
Brooklyn also used copious amounts of butter, which is currently at a very high price due to a global milk shortage.
Shocked fans were quick to comment on the cost of the meal, with one commenting: ‘What hurts me most is that it probably costs more than British families can afford to spend on food in a week. (sic)
Others added: “Heart attack on a plate. Totally unnecessary amount of it. Most people’s budgets do not include “the elderly” any kind of meat. In fact those black gloves put me on the spot anyway. Not very attractive! ‘;
I can’t stand the amount of butter used! and instead pay money for engraving for 80 guineas in butter’; “I wonder the cost because the butter was about £430.”
However, Brooklyn has also recently shown its fans a more budget-friendly option, re-creating its famous ‘Skus Soup’, which can run as low as £2 a portion.
However, fans have taken to the comments to criticize the recipe, saying he should have made the soup from scratch and added more vegetables, rather than using a supermarket broth can.
He coined the caption: “Skus soup x one of my favorite dishes,” for the clip, which has been dubbed Marvin Gaye’s How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You).
However, fans have taken to the comments to criticize the recipe, saying he should have made the soup from scratch and added more vegetables.
One wrote, “Cardboard stock? Don’t get me wrong, I use it all the time, but a chef would never.”
Another agreed, writing, “Sounds good. But if you love to cook, make your own broth with bones and veggies. And make everything from scratch.”
A third said: “Don’t scoff literally… All Liverpool people roll their eyes.”
A fourth added, “It seems that inflation has hit Brooklyn hard due to the lack of vegetables.”
And a fifth sneered savagely: “What then. Bread is made, by slicing bread and buttering it.”
Slammed: Brooklyn often shares his food creations on Instagram, but was recently accused of making a recipe that school kids would learn in food technology lessons.