Man’s ‘disturbing’ steak dinner snap brutally roasted by Facebook foodies

A man was completely savaged on social media recently when he decided to share a picture of a meal he had cooked.

Posting the photo on the popular Facebook page, Rate My Plate, the amateur chef was clearly chuffed with what he had prepared.

He captioned the snap: "Pork Tenderloin with Shiitake Gravy, Broccoli and Sea Salted Spuds by Harri H."

Rate My Plate is a community full of members that love to share whatever is on their dinner plate.

The group has over 500,000 members whom share their love for food every day – but it means members also open themselves up to all kinds of criticism and hilarious comments.

This particular dish has already amassed over 5,700 comments – and they're well worth a read.

"It sounds delicious but looks like a abscess that went very bad," one person wrote, while a second added: "That’s a scary as f*** looking plate of horrendousness (sic)."

A third Facebook user asked: "Where is the cutlery because I would rather eat that."

One particularly harsh person wrote: "Looks like a bedpan from an abandoned hospital with a tree and some fungus growing out of it."

Another joked: "A dog had done a pork tenderloin like that on the pavement outside my gate this morning…."

And a Facebook user admitted: "This disturbs me. I don't know if you should eat it or frisbee it for the dog to fetch."

One woman even cropped in on part of the pork and wrote alongside it: "reminds me of my ex."

The tongue-in-cheek comments come after a woman was roasted after she posted a picture of her unusual-looking cheese on toast in October.

Facebook user Billie B was slammed when she shared a picture of the popular snack on Rate My Plate.

According to the Mirror, Billie’s post garnered more than 5,000 comments – with many of them negative – after she decided to put mint sauce on top of her cheese on toast.

One person joked: "Have to admire anyone who makes the time and effort to grow their tea in a petri dish."

A second blasted: "For anyone looking to replicate this – do everything like normal, then after plating up, walk to the bin, put the contents of the plate in the bin and never ever consider making it again."

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