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However, his latest recipe has left fans feeling very confused. Firstly, the 'recipe' in question is not for a delicious brunch or a flavoursome meal for dinnertime, it's actually for the massage he gives his wife Jessica Stellina Morrison.
Secondly, the massage recipe sounds rather fancy. In fact some people might even say mouth-wateringly good.
The 45-year-old chef posted two pictures to his 1.3 million Instagram followers showing Gino and his wife dripped in sunlight and surrounded by foliage.
"A little extra virgin olive oil, a touch of rosemary and the wife is happy. This is not just a massage…..this is an Italian massage," Gino wrote in the caption.
Eagle-eyed followers spotted the chef drizzling olive oil onto his wife's back while the second snap shows him massaging it into her back.
The unique massage technique sparked the imaginations of Gino's followers, with many comparing it meal prep.
One fan warned: "Gino she’s not a roast you’re supposed to marinate my God."
"Wait don't cool the lady," typed one Instagram user.
Another Instagram commenter chimed in, adding: "Basting your wife, that's a new one."
And a third follower quipped: “Don’t forget the fennel.”
Similarly, one other Instagram account noticed a similarity to the recipe to make one particular type of Italian bread. “That's how you make a proper focaccia," they joked in the comment section.
Earlier this year, Gino joined the video sharing service TikTok and when he posted his first video, his pronunciation of the app's name made fans chuckle.
Watch the video below:
In the video he says: "Hi guys, I just wanted to let you know that I am finally on TikTok", although his pronunciation of the app's name sounds more like 'TukTok'.
People loved it, and rushed to the comments to welcome Gino to TikTok.
One person wrote: "TukTok... love it!"
Another follower shared: "Heading to TukTok right now!"
Featured Image Credit: Gino D'Acampo/Instagram
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