In the latest video from his cooking show, Brooklyn was heard asking how to tell when a hash brown is done
Brooklyn Beckham now has his own cooking show, and it would take a team of 62 people and $100,000 (£74,000) to help him cook for eight minutes and make a sandwich. It seems like money and resources well spent.
The show’s latest episode, Cookin’ With Brooklyn, shows him making a bagel, and he was absolutely doomed for not having the most basic cooking skills. According to the New York Post, the video had a team of professionals including a “food producer” who approves recipes, five cameramen and nine producers. The Daily Mail reports that each episode costs $100,000 to make and the team is 62 strong.
In the clip, Brooklyn prepares a bagel sandwich with a hash brown, coleslaw and fried sea bream. Brooklyn doesn’t cook anything in the clip, other chefs do, and instead he layers everything and spreads the mayonnaise. He doesn’t know how to fry fish and can also be heard asking how to tell when a hash brown is done. “I eat half the fish and then I like to mess it up and put it in two loaves of bread with fish, vinegar, salt, pea puree,” he said in the clip.
In a savage review, a source told the Daily Mail: ‘He has to cook this [his mother] Posh was to sing. Apparently the guy has to be shown some really super basic stuff and has a cheat sheet of expressions from whipping to steaming, many illustrated with pictures. They added more about Brooklyn’s need for a huge team in their online videos, saying, “It’s unheard of. It’s the kind of crew you’d expect in a major TV show.
This isn’t the first time Brooklyn Beckham has appeared on a cooking show. Last year he was absolutely torn over the abomination of an ‘English breakfast sandwich’ he served. He appeared on the Today show, for some reason making an appearance as a chef that day, where he was billed as a “social media sensation”. He then proceeded to make his “recipe” for a classic “English breakfast sandwich” which was just egg, sausage and bacon on white bread. He said the recipe has been in his family for generations and was ripped off on Twitter.
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