Things got juicy on the latest episode of FOX’s The F Word with Gordon Ramsay, this time with a record attempt for the Most juice extracted from grapes by treading in one minute.
Joining Michelin-star chef Ramsey on the US television show, record holder Martina Servat, who hails from Germany, attempted to beat her own Guinness World Records title, first achieved in 2011.
The stakes were high – as Martina had previously set the record with 8.55 litres on the set of Live! with Regis and Kelly.
As stated by Guinness World Records adjudicator Christina Conlon, the guidelines required Martina to extract as much juice as possible from a 50-kg container of grapes, in sixty seconds, using only her feet.
Despite the pressure, animated host Ramsay gave Martina some encouraging banter to kick start her attempt.
How did the German-born grape smasher fare? Check out the video below.
This isn’t the first time a record title has been attempted on the show, which was adapted from a format originally broadcast in the UK.
Just last week, renowned sushi chef Hiroyuki Terada broke a speed chopping record for the Most slices of carrots sliced while blindfolded in 30 seconds.
Other records that have been broken on the show cover a variety of culinary disciplines; ranging from fish filleting, watermelon dicing, all the way to a head-to-head egg-cracking competition with Chef Gordon Ramsay and his daughter Tilly.
Stay tuned for more exciting record-breaking on The F Word with Gordon Ramsay.
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