The son of David and Victoria Beckham, 24, has been trying his utmost to launch a cooking career and has fronted his own food show, Cookin’ With Brooklyn series.
He often takes to Instagram to show off his creations in tutorials, but has been repeatedly roasted by fans for his ‘basic’ skills and use of very lavish ingredients.
Now, Brooklyn has shared why he loves cooking and praised chefs for being so ‘hard-working’ in a Michelin Guide video.
Brooklyn – who recently insisted he is not a professional chef – admitted he admires the dedicated workers for spending ‘every minute’ mastering their craft.
Cookery: Brooklyn Beckham has praised ‘hard-working’ chefs and shared why he loves cooking after coming under fire for his own ‘basic’ food tutorials
Passionate: The son of David and Victoria Beckham, 24, has been trying his utmost to launch a cooking career and often takes to Instagram to show off his creations in food tutorials
He also went on to speak about why he loves cooking himself, confessing he likes how there’s ‘always something to learn’ in the kitchen.
‘One of the many things I like about chefs is they are so artistic, they are so hard working, and it’s always every day, every minute of every hour trying to master their craft,’ he said.
‘I love cooking because it’s one of the few things that I do that takes my mind off of anything that’s happening.
‘Being in the kitchen making food is endless, you can do anything. There’s always something to learn.’
The aspiring chef also revealed his favourite cuisines are Indian and pub-style food, before sharing an array of Michelin-rated restaurants he enjoys dining at.
Speaking about his top eateries across Los Angeles, Brooklyn told how he enjoys dining at the likes of Pijja Palace, Saffy’s, Hayato and Osteria Mozza.
The former photographer also reflected on working with American chef Nancy Silverton in his social media series, Cookin’ With Brooklyn.
He said of the experience: ‘Nancy Silverton is my favourite chef, I was lucky enough to film with her and she taught me how to do a blueberry tart, which was amazing.’
‘There’s always something to learn’: Now, Brooklyn has shared why he loves cooking and praised chefs for being so ‘hard-working’ in a Michelin Guide video
Lavish: His latest comments come after Brooklyn has been slammed in the past for his ‘out of touch’ recipes and last week, he whipped up an enormous steak in a ‘sea urchin compound’
Dinner time: The wannabe chef seasoned the mammoth piece of meat before slathering potatoes in duck fat as a side dish