However, as Phil whipped up a storm, This Morning viewers took to Twitter to point out a similar segment on Sunday Brunch yesterday.
This Morning tomato recipe causes controversy
Chef Claire Thomson appeared on Sunday Brunch yesterday (June 26), promoting her new cookbook Tomato.
She made a carpaccio of tomatoes with tapenade using the humble tomato as the star ingredient.
Of course, anyone growing tomatoes in Britain right now will be seeing the fruits turn from green to red.
So surely it’s only natural that given that tomatoes are in season right now, of course they’ll feature heavily in recipes show on TV.
Except some This Morning viewers didn’t quite see it that way…
As chef Phil Vickery hosted his first cookery segment of the show, viewers took to Twitter.
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‘Somebody watched Sunday Brunch yesterday’
“Saw all this tomato [bleep] on Sunday Brunch yesterday,” moaned one.
“Somebody watched Sunday Brunch yesterday,” another quipped.
A third also commented to claim that Phil had taken his ideas from the Channel 4 show.
Saw all this tomato stuff on Sunday Brunch yesterday.
“He watched Sunday Brunch yesterday,” they said.
There was some light relief on the This Morning hashtag when it came to the recipes segment, though.
One viewer quipped: “I can’t be bothered watching this tomato recipe just now, I’ll watch it later on ketchup!”
Oh, it’s getting saucy over here… 😉
What’s your go-to condiment? pic.twitter.com/qLU9gzjoac
— This Morning (@thismorning) June 27, 2022
Sunday Brunch to ‘inspire’ This Morning again?
Also on the show today, Phil showed how to feed a family for a fiver with a pulled chicken burger.
And, trailing tomorrow’s show, host Phillip Schofield revealed what would be cooking in Tuesday’s This Morning kitchen.
With Wimbledon kicking off today, viewers will watch as Clodagh McKenna cooks a strawberry mousse cake.
Keep your eye on Twitter, though, as a raspberry mousse cake was also featured on Sunday Brunch yesterday!
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