In the United States they really like to eat roast meat on Sundays, which is their day of rest.
The celebrity, amateur cook and anchor of the Brooklyn network published a video last week in which he presented his recipe for the traditional meal, but not surprisingly - the surfers didn't exactly applaud him.
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Beckham posted the video, which features foodie Kevin Lee, on his Instagram account, where he has 14.7 million followers.
The tutorial begins with the 23-year-old Beckham taking a large hunk of beef, wrapping it in a very generous amount of butter, garlic and herbs - then roasting it in the oven.
The amount of butter that Beckham spreads on the meat caused shock among some surfers, who wrote that it was a reckless amount that could "cause a heart attack."
On the other hand, others criticized Beckham for the final result - and noted that the meat still seemed to move in part, and that "it's better to take a bite of a cow grazing in a meadow."
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Anyway, after the meat preparation stage, young Beckham went to make crispy potatoes.
For this purpose, he covers them with oil and beef fat, and this is so that they become really crispy when baked.
He similarly prepared traditional British rolls, Yorkshire puddings, which are eaten together with meat dishes.
The enthusiastic cook added a large amount of oil to the bun batter as well.
The extensive use of oil did not stop, but also continued in the preparation of the carrots that accompany the dish.
The pair of cooks added a lot of butter to the carrots while cooking them, and also mixed the carrots with carrot juice to create a glaze on the vegetables.
the meat in question. Brooklyn Beckham and Kevin Lee // Screenshot from Instagram
the meat in question.
Brooklyn Beckham and Kevin Lee // Screenshot from Instagram
After he arranged the dish, Beckham took a bite of the meat and said: "It's just like the roast I have in Britain, it's the best Sunday roast there is."
However, while he enjoys his handiwork, netizens are divided as to whether it is a proper meal or something they would never dare serve to their family.
In connection with this, one of the surfers wrote that he "doesn't think I can eat such meat".
Other surfers were amazed by the huge amount of butter used in the dish, and wrote that "it is a real health hazard", with one of them writing in connection with this that "it is a heart attack on a plate".
Despite the criticism the dish received, there were those who did like its appearance, with one of the surfers writing: "Amazing! Share the recipe."
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