Cooking Bisque: Holiday Edition

Cooking Bisque: Holiday Edition


♪♪ Should I go? Jeremy? Jeremy:Yes.Should I go? Jeremy:Yes.But the re– the little red
light is blinking. Jeremy:It should blink,
that’s typical.
You’re difficult. Hey guys, hi. Welcome back
to my cooking show. The only place you should
ever go for advice, and not just on cooking. I studied puh-psycho-cology. I know what you’re thinking. You’re thinking
about Christmas! A-ha-ha! My favorite holiday. Not to be confused with
Bisquemas, which is the day after, where
we go to a soup kitchen and volunteer– to eat all of the leftovers. Step aside, gallon challenge. You ain’t got nothin’
on Bisquemas!♪♪ Lobster bisque, ♪♪ lobster bisque. ♪♪ Lobster bisque, ♪♪ lobster bisque. ♪♪ Lob-lob-lob-lob-lob. ♪♪It’s food!Today we are going to be
making Christmas cookies, but these ain’t your
grandma’s cookies, or even your great-grandma’s
cookies, or even your
great-great-grandma’s cookies. These cookies aren’t even
your great-great-great– Jeremy:We get it.I digress. These cookies are so legit,
they are also not your great-grandfather’s
cookies, or your great-great– It’s easy to remember the
ingredients; just get your butter, flour,
baking powder, sugar, eggs, vanilla, salt. [beatboxing begins] Butter,
flour, baking powder, sugar, eggs,
vanilla, salt. [beatboxing intensifies]
Butter, flour, baking powder, bake bake bake bake
baking powder. Butter, flour, baking powder,
sugar, eggs, vanilla, salt. Suga’, suga’, suga’, salt! Suga’, suga’, ‘nilla, salt. Butter, flour, baking powder,
sugar, eggs, vanilla, salt, [fading]
salt, salt, salt. Jeremy:What is happening
right now?
I like this guy. Who is he? Another way to remember
the ingredients is by the acronym. BFBPSEVS. Using the muneumonic device bisque, frisque, bisque,
prisque, smisque, eggs, visque, and super-cali-fragile-and-
mince-and-skedala-most-a. If you still can’t
remember the ingredients, tell each one of the
ingredients to seven individual friends
by order of preference. Add them to your MySpace
page– Jeremy:Just tell them
to write it down.
Hey. You do your job
and I’ll do a real job. Jeremy:Look, I’m just saying
it’s easier–
Write it down? Jeremy:Mhmm.What if somebody burns that
piece of paper? Jeremy:Why would someone do
that?
For warmth. [scoffs] Jeremy:Cut!For a crunchier option, don’t
separate the eggs– from their shells. Delish. Mmm. Remember that when your
cookies are done baking, you have to let them cool
before applying the frosting, or it will just melt
and get everywhere and look like one of those
useless paintings you get from your no-talent
third-grader. Jeremy:You can’t say that.Sorry. No-talent fourth-grader. ♪♪ In the oven they
go, like Hansel and Gretel. ♪♪ If you have done
everything right, your cookie should look
just like this. Rudolph– an interpretation. Isn’t that sweet. Mmm, now I know why
Mike Tyson did it! Mmm! Mmm. That’s pretty good! Hey, guys. If you enjoyed that, push the
mediocre button. Jeremy:You’re supposed to
tell them to like it.
To like it. And then, push– there’s a button for
“to get the tribe.” Jeremy:To subscribe.To get the subscribe. And– and cromment! Jeremy:It’s comment.No!

4 thoughts on “Cooking Bisque: Holiday Edition”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *