Brooklyn Beckham cooks tacos in a new cooking show


Brooklyn Beckham

Do you remember Brooklyn Beckham’s very entertaining cooking videos during confinement?

David Beckham’s eldest child turns his love of the culinary arts into a fun online tutorial: The foodie has a new Messenger show, “Cookin’ With Brooklyn,” an eight-episode series that follows the boy’s journey to becoming chief.

The second episode, titled “Big Trouble In Little Havana,” is filmed in his adopted Miami home and features local singer Sebastian Yatra as a guest (and guinea pig).

But first, stop by local staple Tinta y Cafe in Miami Shores to watch chef Andres Vega whip up the perfect Cuban camaron enchilado with homemade sofrito.

Brooklyn, 22, then takes a stab at himself, whipping up Cuban-inspired tacos at Yatra. Although the end result looked amazing, it seems Beckham put on a little too much hot sauce, leaving both men in tears, drinking milk.

“I love adding a bunch of hot sauce,” laughed the Brit. “I’m not a weakling.”

Although Yatra appeared to be in pain and even had to suck on an ice cube, the South Florida native was a good sport. In the comments section under BB’s Instagram video, Yatra wrote, “That was so much fun man. I can’t wait for the second round.

New episodes air every Wednesday until February 2 and we hope it finds more local spots.

“Miami is such a special place,” he says in the opening. “The most amazing beaches, restaurants and food.”

Beckham also has other ties to the Magic City: his fiancée Nicola Peltz’s family lives in Palm Beach and of course his dear old father’s Inter Miami FC football team is here.

We’re also glad to see it move away from traditional English fare. In October, during a “Today” cooking segment, Beckham made a breakfast sandwich that was a spinoff of an Egg McMuffin.

The episode was raked over the coals, with fellow villain Piers Morgan leading the charge: “The worst, most pointless segment in morning television history?” he tweeted.

Renowned real-time news reporter Madeleine Marr has worked for the Miami Herald since 2003. She has covered topics such as travel, fashion and food. In 2007, she helped launch the newspaper’s daily People page, attending red carpet events, award ceremonies and press junkets; interview some of the biggest names in show business; and host his own online show. She is from New York and has two daughters.