Gordon Ramsay showed off his cheeky side as he mocked fellow celebrity chef Jamie Oliver in an amusing Instagram video on Sunday.
The F Word star Gordon, 55, shared a comment from a social media user which read: ‘I bet you are one of those chefs that just steal other people’s recipes.’
Pointing at himself before wagging his finger and mouthing ‘no, no, no,’ Gordon was then seen spinning around to reveal Jamie’s 2004 book Jamie’s Dinners tucked in to the back of his jeans.
Messing about: Gordon Ramsay, 55, showed off his cheeky side as he mocked fellow celebrity chef Jamie Oliver in an amusing Instagram video on Sunday
He captioned his post: ‘When you let @tillyramsay do your social media. Kid….my secrets out!!’
In 2020, Australian chef Mitch Orr accused Gordon of ‘stealing’ one of his signature dishes.
At the time, the outspoken British chef uploaded a video to Instagram of himself making a Vietnamese braised pork carbonara served with an egg yolk.
Naughty: Pointing at himself before wagging his finger and mouthing ‘no, no, no,’ Gordon was seen spinning around to reveal Jamie’s book tucked in to the back of his jeans
Mitch claimed the recipe was an exact replica of his one of his dishes – macaroni, pig’s head and egg yolk – once served at his former Sydney restaurant ACME.
He commented on Gordon’s post, saying: ‘Looks familiar mate,’ which instantly drew support from the hospitality industry.
Mitch said that while chefs and cooks don’t own recipes, it is ‘standard etiquette to give credit where credit is due’.
Accusation: The F Word star Gordon shared a comment from a social media user which read: ‘I bet you are one of those chefs that just steal other people’s recipes’
Out of control? He captioned his post: ‘When you let @tillyramsay do your social media. Kid….my secrets out!!’
‘Gordon is one of the biggest chefs in the world with over 9 million followers on social media – the right thing to do is to credit where the inspiration for the dish came from,’ told Emerald City.
It comes after Gordon received criticism last week after a viral TikTok video showed him climbing into a pen of lambs while saying: ‘I’m going to eat you! Yummy, yum, yum, yum, yum.’
As the lambs cheerfully trotted over to greet him, he asked: ‘Which one’s going into the oven first?’, before pointing at one and declaring: ‘You!’
Repeating history? In 2020, Australian chef Mitch Orr (pictured) accused Gordon of ‘stealing’ one of his signature dishes
Finally, Gordon called out: ‘Oven time’ as he crept up to the frightened baby animals.
The TV star captioned his upload: ‘The Lamb sauce was still not found in the making of this video…..’
TikTok users were quick to comment, with one insisting: ‘Ok I am not a vegan or vegetarian but that crosses the line,’ with another joking: ‘Don’t play with your food, Gordon.’
Shocking: ‘Which one’s going in the oven first? You!’ exclaimed Gordon as he pointed at a sweet little lamb, before climbing in with the small flock in a controversial TikTok video
‘Gordon please leave them alone find the lamb sauce, not the lamb,’ begged one person who viewed the video.
Someone else wrote: ‘Alright I think Gordon has finally lost it. Someone do something before it’s to late,’ while another commented: ‘Gordon I think you need a break from tiktok.’
Many users asked if his video was to goad TikToker That Vegan Teacher, with one stating: ‘Gordon about to be main villain in vegan teacher stories.’
Poor flock: Users on the video platform were stunned by the clip which showed the celebrity singing: ‘I’m going to eat you!’ at the innocent baby animals
‘Is this your response to the vegan teacher?’ asked someone else
Self-proclaimed animal activist Kadie Karen Diekmeyer became a TikTok sensation as That Vegan Teacher after going viral for her videos that promote a vegan lifestyle.
In 2021, Gordon was called out for his love of meat by the vegan TikToker, who sang ‘Eating animals is wrong, Gordon Ramsay / Hurting animals is wrong, Gordon Ramsay / And if you call me a ‘donut,’ that’s fine, as long as you’re vegan from now on.’
In a viral video response, the celebrity chef addressed the drama by eating a burger on camera and calling Kadie a ‘vegan donut’ while nodding along to her song.
‘Beef burgers were consumed while making this TikTok’ he captioned the video and later posted the video on his Instagram account, adding: ‘It’s an honour a song was written about me….and now back to my beef burger.’
Goading? Many users asked if his video was to goad TikToker That Vegan Teacher with whom Gordon has had an ongoing fued