Thanks to The Soup and Gawker, I came across these two videos, which are just about the darndest things I've ever seen. They're short "cooking" segments that come from the Weber State University student news program and a man named Steven Reed.
I put the word cooking in quotes because these aren't the cooking segments you may be used to if you grew up with Graham Kerr or Justin Wilson like I did. No, instead, Reed teaches the Weber State faithful how to make Rice-a-Roni and chili cheese nacho dip... in the microwave... with the kind of enthusiasm you'd see from Mike Tirico calling Panthers-Eagles. (Also, from now on I'm starting every conversation with a deadpan "Hello Wildcats.") Reed is a Weber State student who was apparently putting these segments together for his degree in integrated studies. He also happens to be a registered sex offender. Wrap your mind around that before you watch these viral videos...
While it's easy to endlessly mock these videos, there's many a blogger out there that depend on these sort of meals to get by. The microwave is a blogger's best friend. I actually prefer Minute rice to Rice a Roni, though because it takes a much shorter time to cook. Also, I'd encourage mixing the cheese sauce with the chili a bit more thoroughly. Allow the flavors to mix.
You missed a few videos! These are amazing!!!! http://www.youtube.com/user/webercooks
Oh, he's doing it for a class?
Notice there's an awful lot of cut-takes, and he doesn't sample any of his cooking here. He looks at it as if it was the slop he ate in prison.
Are you sure he's not doing this for community service credits in repenting his lewd acts?
Bookmarked. RT @awfulannouncing The Weber Cooks videos are the best thing to appear on the internet in quite some time. http://t.co/2oneTCuu