Swedish TV chefs celebrate cheez doodles day, but something goes terribly wrong on-air

Translation?

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I was wondering the same thing. Apparently they’re similar to Cheetos or (If you’re australian) zig-zag twisties.

Looks like an induction hob. Taking the pan off the surface turns deactivates the heating element

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Translation:

“Hey, have you ever actually cooked anything before?”
“No, you?”
“Ha. Me neither.”

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Is it OK if mine don’t catch on fire?

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… but why would you fry those in oil? I don’t understand…

Because you want to.

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From the way they act and what they’re doing I THINK it’s just a joke where they’re cooking something silly because it’s “Cheesey Poof Day” or whatever it was. Like something you might see on a morning program.

Now why there were newspapers directly beside the cook range, I have no idea.

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Weeelll… OK. If you’re absolutely sure there’s no other way.

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I’ll be sure to double-check the directions.

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Yom den born de yu skadish skadoo, yorn desh born, de umn Børk! Børk! Børk!

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They’re trying to one-up Scotland and the deep fried mars bars

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WAIT.

Swedish chefs actually cook Cröonchy Stars on TV?!?!

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“Terribly wrong” should mean that one of them becomes horribly disfigured.

This is bullshit.

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There is another cooking-mishap video out there that is much funner and less potentially tragic. A guy tries to fry gnocchi. Frozen gnocchi. This turns out to be a bad idea: They pop out of the pan, rather whimsically.

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Is it just me, or does the guy look like Mark Frauenfelder?

Not as epic as Fried gnocci fail:

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I wonder if a pressure fryer would solve that problem…

Luckily for me, my neighbours and anyone else who may be in the blast-radius at the time, I don’t own one.

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She said “fan”. It means hell, and is used similarly in the exclamatory sense.

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Welcome to the Puyallup fair. I go here once a year:

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