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Beckham made a tomato-based pasta dish, to which he added a load of milk before grating a load of cheese into it.
According to many of the Italians who have commented on it, it's an absolute disgrace.
One even felt moved to call it 'disgusting' and suggest that he 'eat pasta properly'.
Italian people are well-known for being quite laid back about how non-Italians appropriate their food, so it's unusual that Beckham would have attracted such ire simply for attempting to show off his cooking skills.
After all, he does this quite frequently, sharing his recipes for dishes such as steak sandwiches and crab risotto with his army of followers, sometimes even joined by his famous footballer father, David.
However, this 'spicy tomato cream pasta' has really rubbed some followers the wrong way.
If you want to learn the full recipe, either to try yourself or to avoid like the plague, here you go.
First off, Beckham spooned a load of crushed tomatoes from a jar into a pan, before - and this appears to have been the critical error of judgement - adding a jar of tomato sauce.
Then, in a second unforgivable mistake, he poured in a heap of milk.
After that, he chucked in a load of cooked pasta and grated a liberal amount of Parmesan cheese over the top, flung a spoon into the bowl, and got stuck in.
While many of the comments on his quick and easy pasta recipe were positive, a number of Italian language posts revealed what many in that part of the world make of it.
One said: "We love you but no, pasta is not like that,"
Another said: "How disgusting! Eat pasta properly."
A third jibed: "But why don't you make your own sauce?"
Another commenter even suggested that his actions were 'revenge on Italian people for the Euro Cup'.
Some have suggested that he should take lessons from an Italian chef before attempting to cook this dish again, and loads said he needs to make his own tomato sauce.
"I'm Italian, I like you but sorry this is not pasta! You can not put milk and tomato together, it's really disgusting," they said.
Anyway, Brooklyn has continued posting his cooking videos since this one, and has received hundreds of thousands of likes and positive comments.
Perhaps his dad's stint at AC Milan wasn't long enough for him to learn Italian, and he has no idea what the negative comments actually say.
Or perhaps he just doesn't care.
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