Gordon Ramsay Has Only Just Learnt About Twitch
He may be able to tell you the difference between frozen and fresh, but when it comes to the world of streaming, it seems that Gordon Ramsay had a lot to learn.
Gordon Ramsay has conquered the culinary world thanks to his incredible cooking skills. However, what he is likely best known for is his anger-fuelled fruity language that he has thrown at wannabe chefs, because of their frustrating and downright dangerous mistakes in Hell's Kitchen and Kitchen Nightmares.
While he might rule the culinary roost, it appears Ramsay didn't have a clue when it came to Twitch. So much so that some streamers, and even Twitch itself, have offered to give Ramsay a class in the world of Twitch streaming.
When Did Gordon Ramsay Find Out About Twitch?
On January 3, Ramsay took to Twitter and appealed directly to Twitch to teach him what it's all about. The tweet was prompted after a clip surfaced on the internet from the American cooking-based TV show Next Level Chef, in which Ramsay serves as one of the head judges. In the clip, Ramsay asked contestant Tricia "Triciaisabirdy" Wang what she does for a living, to which she replied that she was a Twitch streamer. Ramsay responded: "What the f*ck is Twitch?".
However, Gordon proved he was no f*cking donut and decided to do roll up his sleeves and learn about Twitch. Appealing to Twitch itself, Chef Ramsay asked: "Can I get a lesson on what you are?". Subsequently, Twitch responded by saying, "of course, but let's go big. We'll teach you how to live stream if you teach us how to cook a proper wellington." However, with Ramsay's shows being such a favourite among various streamers, the silver fox of the culinary world certainly isn't short of offers.
How Did Twitch Streamers Respond To Ramsay's Comments?
Social media was flooded by Ramsay fans who offered to share their Twitch know-how with the world-famous chef. For example, Imane "Pokimane" Anys, who found herself in hot water after accidentally streaming an explicit episode of Food Wars, said: "I have a cardboard cutout of you on my stream, but the real thing would be better." Whereas Hasan "HasanAbi" Piker, who is back up on the platform following his recent ban, summed it all up by saying "its a platform where we watch you everyday".
Some fans found it hilarious how the Scottish head chef could be so unaware of his popularity on Twitch. However, thanks to a little bit more information from some of the most famous faces of the streaming community, it seems that Ramsay is a little more versed in the ways of Twitch. Could Ramsay consider blending his cooking skills with gaming? If so, we can only hope that it would turn out as beautifully as the Elder Scrolls cookbook.