It’s not a new concept for Arizonans to try and prove how hot it is by cooking food in their cars and frying eggs on the sidewalk.
But lately, social media users are accumulating millions of views for videos showing the effects of the Southwest heat wave.
A metro Phoenix TikToker, “Arizona weatherman” @woetheromans_, claimed to show a garbage can that nodded and broke in two while you are on the street. Stand-up comedian Dylan White seems to use humor to cope: In a recent video he said:“Imagine living in a pizza oven, because that’s cooler than being outside.” User @angelboomin included what appeared to be a melted car wash sign†
Others have shown the world what they can melt, cook and bake in their cars or on the sidewalk. Clearly, such foods — including chocolate cake, eggs, and steak — can be risky to eat if not cooked and maintained. at the correct temperature as advised by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention†
Here are some cooking videos showing off the recent heatwave in Arizona.
‘I only know how to cook in my car’
Joe Brown, aka @thejoebrown, has amassed more than 2 million TikTok followers in recent years by sharing jokes, life hacks, and the results of melting and cooking various items on the roof of his house and on the dashboard of his car. place.
Brown, who? has been identified by Fox 10 as a resident of Gilbert, he has stepped up his food experiments and now posts two videos a day: one introducing the item that will be on a baking tray of his 200-degree car, and a sequel several hours later. Some items he released recently included gummy bears, instant mac and cheese, chocolate chip cookies, and pumpkin pie.
“I’m not really the best cook; I just know how to cook in my car or on my roof,” Brown said in a video. in which he cuts and seasons homemade fries†
In another video, Brown says that “everything I cook in my car, I have to eat.”
‘The egg I tried to ‘cook’ in the 110 degree heat’
An Arizona cosplayer shared her attempt at boiling an egg by cracking it on what looks like cobblestone†
“I was trying to scrape and clean the egg, I was trying to ‘cook’ in the 110 degree heat,” wrote @emkinscos at the beginning of her video as she scraped the hardened yolk with a plastic knife.
Some viewers pointed out that she should break the egg on a frying pan, not directly on the stone.
Chocolate chip cookies baked on dashboard: ‘A little soft but good’
Ricky H., who visits @thedadboddiary on TikTok, showed the results of baking Betty Crocker chocolate chip cookie mix on a baking tray placed on the dashboard of his Hyundai.
The batter was immediately scooped onto the sheet and left in the car for two hours.
The result? “A little soft but good!” according to the end of the video†
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