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- November 29, 2016
November 29, 2016
Lauren Lapkus: Mmm, something smells good,
and you know what that means.
Lauren Lapkus: It's time for What's Cookin'.
Mmm, I'm hungry.
Lauren Lapkus: We have Chef Tommy back with
us to make something delicious.
- We are so glad you're here.
- Sam, I'm so happy to be back.
Eugene Cordero: I love being apart of the show.
- [Josh grunts]
- Yeah, buddy. Come on.
Eugene Cordero: We're going to do a
little bit fun cookin', huh.
Lauren Lapkus: Ooh, I can't wait to see what
we're going to make today.
Eugene Cordero: Hey, you remember
what my thing is right?
- Yes, I do.
- So usually I like to go through
Eugene Cordero: somebody's pantry,
but today I went through
Eugene Cordero: somebody's special's
pantry. Guess who?
Eugene Cordero: Josh Eu-Bath.
Look what I found in his refrigerator.
Ben Schwartz: This is the stuff in
Eugene Cordero: This is all the stuff that we
found in your refrigerator.
- That's it?
- We've got things from-- Yeah.
Some tomato ketchup.
Eugene Cordero: Some chocolate chips.
Eugene Cordero: Yeah...
A cold picture of Emily.
Lauren Lapkus: Why was that
in the fridge?
Ben Schwartz: To try to keep
the relationship fresh.
Lauren Lapkus: Takes a lot more
than that bud.
Eugene Cordero: Marshmallows, milk,
and then some Peanut Butter Crunch.
Eugene Cordero: So guess what I thought
would be fun to make?
- I can't wait to hear it.
- A pizza. A steak. Steak tartare.
Eugene Cordero: With all of this stuff?
Lauren Lapkus: He's not a cook.
What are you going to make?
Eugene Cordero: I'm going to make some
Peanut Butter Crunch S'mores.
- [voicing] Oooh, baby!
Eugene Cordero: I don't know if you
should do a voice.
Eugene Cordero: Like, your regular voice
is weird enough.
Eugene Cordero: Let's add a little bit of
these marshmallows in here.
- Let's add a little bit of chocolate chips,
Eugene Cordero: some caramel, and then
we're going to throw in--
Ben Schwartz: I just need to see her.
If I could see her one more time
Ben Schwartz: I feel like that's
all it would take--
Eugene Cordero: Yeah, but you know what
I would let you see right now
Eugene Cordero: is some more of that
Peanut Butter Crunch, because I'm
Eugene Cordero: going to throw it in
to this waffle cone.
Eugene Cordero: I'm going to throw in a little bit
more of these marshmallows on top--
- She loved marshmallows.
- She did, huh?
Eugene Cordero: Well, you're
going to love this.
Eugene Cordero: Wrap it up in some foil,
and go ahead
Eugene Cordero: and put it in the oven
for 10 minutes at 350.
- 10 minutes!
Eugene Cordero: Some Peanut Butter
- Those look amazing.
- --fresh out of the oven. Look at that.
Eugene Cordero: That looks so
sweet and delicious.
- Did you go camping as a kid?
- I did go camping as a kid.
Eugene Cordero: My parents used to
drop me off at a park,
Eugene Cordero: and then I'd have to
survive for a couple of days.
Lauren Lapkus: [Sam] Wow, that's really
an extreme version.
- Oh, is it?
- He's back.
Eugene Cordero: Hey buddy! Do you want
to taste one of these?
- Come on. Come on in.
- They're so delicious. You gotta have one.
- With strawberries?
Eugene Cordero: Yep. From my friend.
So don't take credit for them.
Ben Schwartz: That's Emily's favorite fruit.
Ben Schwartz: She used to eat it, put it on her tongue,
and say, "Come and get it."
- She did?
Lauren Lapkus: That's a little
salacious for me.
Ben Schwartz: Well, she didn't want me to
get it with my tongue.
Lauren Lapkus: That's our show.
Thanks so much for watching.
Lauren Lapkus: Tune in tomorrow for more
guests and more mischief.
- Good night and good morning.
- [Josh is weeping]
- Oooh, he's...
Eugene Cordero: He's crying.
Eugene Cordero: He's crying--
He's crying like a boy.