Paris Hilton can be many things (socialite, reality star, party anthem provider), but he is not a chef.
Unless you like your dry, salty and tasteless lasagna with long blond hairs, that’s it.
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38 years old The stars are blind The singer has caused a stir with her latest adventure: a YouTube cooking show that launched this week.
“Cooking with Paris” sees the Hilton heiress awkwardly navigating a kitchen in which she admits she has never cooked before, trying to make lasagna in a way that makes even the most basic home cooks shake, while complaining about it all weather.
In other words, it may be the best cooking show we’ve ever seen, complete with the star saying “that’s hot” while checking if the stove is on.
While a list of ingredients appears briefly on the left side of the screen, Hilton does not provide any measure or quantity, forgetting to include onion and garlic and seemingly boiling a package of pasta sheets for more than 10 minutes.
“As you all know, well, maybe not all of you know it, people who do know, I know I’m an amazing cook,” he begins, holding a Chihuahua with the same pair of leather gloves that follows to crush the mozzarella, arrange the pasta sheets on a plate and constantly remove the hair from the face.
At one point, she uses a soup ladle to remove an obscene amount of ricotta cheese, before dipping a pan with all her stove in salt, which she then tries to remove with a paper towel, shortly after tearing a thread from her Meat’s own hair.
There are several iconic moments throughout the 15-minute video.
At one point, Hilton marvels at the many different cheeses available to buy while rummaging in a drawer looking for more than just a ladle or knife to stir his ricotta.
“There are so many different types,” she says. “It’s not normal, but it’s great”.
He later says: “Lasagna is very difficult to do, well, I don’t really think it is, but people think it’s like that, but it’s really very fun and really easy,” while putting their meat and cheese dough in the oven while using what she calls “mittens” to handle the cold plate.
“But I guess there are many steps compared to making toast or something.”
She is not wrong.
On Twitter, fans are strangely amazed at the video:
But in the comments section of the video, people were not so friendly.
“I am very concerned about his lack of handwashing using those gloves,” said one.
“Lol, I can’t tell if this is real or if she’s kidding and just parodying herself,” added another.
“She can’t cook and she breathes like a cow,” a hard spectator intervened.