Brooklyn Beckham revealed he eats steak three times a week as he showed how to cook the perfect New York strip on his Cooking with Brooklyn chain.
The 22-year-old, who began his new-fangled culinary career by making sandwiches on national TV, decided to take it further in Wednesday’s installment.
After meeting champion pit master Adam Perry Lang, Brooklyn invited his friend Chase Hudson to test-drive the recipe.
Budding chef: Brooklyn Beckham reveals he eats steak three times a week as he showed how to cook the perfect New York strip on his cooking with Brooklyn chain
Brooklyn begins the video by saying to the audience: ‘I’ Absolutely love steak. I eat steak a lot. Sometimes once a week, sometimes twice a week and sometimes thrice a week.
‘I’m really trying to make it better and cook it in a different way.’
As 19-year-old singer Chase entered the kitchen, Brooklyn said in a videotaped interview: ‘With Chase, you know he’s a few years younger than me.
‘One of the most important things is that when you leave your house, everyone should learn to cook at least a little something.’
Steak: The 22-year-old, who started his new-fangled culinary career by making sandwiches on national TV, decided to move on in Wednesday’s installment
He’s a fan!: Brooklyn begins the video by saying: ‘I love steak. I eat steak a lot. Sometimes once a week, sometimes twice a week and sometimes thrice a week.
The footage shows Brooklyn visiting Adam, who shows him his specially cured meat and teaches him a variety of tricks, including wiping off excess oil from the pan with a cloth and patting the steak with thyme.
The conversation between Chase and Brooklyn soon turned into their tattoo collection.
‘I have too many tattoos of my fiancee’ [Nicola Peltz], his eyes on my neck. I have her grandmother’, pointing to her arm.
After visiting champion pit master Adam Perry Lang (pictured), Brooklyn invites his friend Chase Hudson to test-drive the recipe
Wise: As soon as Chase entered the kitchen, Brooklyn said: “One of the most important things is that when you leave your house, everyone should learn to cook at least a little something.”
A stunned Chase said again ‘His grandmother?’ As he saw a pin-up girl on the foreground of Brooklyn. Blushing, Brooklyn laughed and said ‘No, it’s not her grandma’.
The 22-year-old told the singer that he prefers his steaks “almost burnt” and medium rare on the inside.
Brooklyn then served the sliced meat with Parmesan along with a Baby Gem Salad—and said he thought the lettuce tasted “even better than steak.”
At the end of the episode he said: ‘For someone like Chase who doesn’t cook, you know, it’s really intimidating. When I first entered the kitchen, there was a lot of stuff going on.
‘Hopefully I showed him today that it’s really easy, it can be so much fun.’
Burnt: 22-year-old tells singer he prefers his steaks ‘almost burnt’ and medium rare on the inside
Captioning the video on Instagram, Brooklyn wrote: ‘Steak is one of my favorite dishes and this week I decided to try and help Chase Hudson cook a New York strip of his own, but First I’m going to make my own food. Stakes game by visiting champion pit master, Adam Perry Lang.’
Proving his biggest fan, David commented on the post, writing: ‘So cool and made me so hungry. when will you cook for me?? (sic).
While cooking appears to be Brooklyn’s latest obsession, he was previously pursuing a career in photography.
In 2016, at the age of 16, Brooklyn photographed a campaign for Burberry Brit, and the following year she released a book of photographs, What I See, which was universally slammed by critics.
In 2018, he left his photography course at the Parsons School of Design in New York—where fees cost more than $23,000 per term—after feeling homesick.
Delicious: Brooklyn then served the shredded meat with a Baby Gem Salad with Parmesan and said she thought lettuce tasted ‘even better than steak’.