Toni Charline and her guest Alison Becker attempt to make the ultimate Munchies dessert straight from Toni's mother's cookbook, tinned sliced peach dump cake.
- August 25, 2016
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Starring: Toni Charline & Alison Becker
Director: Lauren Palmigiano
Producer: Libby de Leon
Editor: Adriana Robles
DP: Carissa Dorson
B Cam Op: Carlos Medina
C Cam Op: Dustin Leboeuf
H&MU: Erin Blinn
Sound: Ben Forman
PA: Marcos Gonzalez
PA: Connor Glass
August 25, 2016
Toni Charline: Hey everybody.
Welcome to Munchies.
- Today's guest is Alison Becker--
Toni Charline: From New Jersey.
She wanted me to let
everybody know that.
Alison Becker: I'm from Jersey.
Toni Charline: We are going to be getting high,
and then fixing whatever munchie
kinda comes to mind.
Toni Charline: So you requested joints.
- Yeah. I like joints.
- You're a joints gal.
Alison Becker: Yeah.
What you got in there?
Toni Charline: Uh, joints. [ giggles ]
Toni Charline: And you said a
blend or a sativa.
- Got ya.
Alison Becker: A blend is indica and sativa,
for people who don't know,
Alison Becker: Do you want me
to light your joint?
Toni Charline: Oh yeah,
that's very sweet of you.
Alison Becker: But I want to do it
in like an old timey way.
Toni Charline: Ooh, okay.
- [ flicks lighter ]
- [ giggling ]
- [ flicks lighter ]
- [ theme music ]
- [ indistinct chatter ]
- I think I want a desert.
- Something sweet.
Alison Becker: Something summery.
It's hot out.
- Yeah. Absolutely.
Alison Becker: What about like uh,
I don't even really know
what this is...
Alison Becker: I mean I know it's kinda like a pie,
but like a peach cobbler.
- Yes! That's fantastic.
- Like a pie right?
Toni Charline: My mom for my birthday
fixes me peach dump cake.
Alison Becker: Would you explain what
dump cake is?
Because I just learned--
Alison Becker: In my mind it's like,
you make a cake, and you
dump in whatever you got.
- Dump in!
- Like you just open your
cabinets and you're like,
- "Uh, I got like expired chai tea..."
- Put it in the dump cake.
Alison Becker: Is that how it is?
Toni Charline: So first of all, it's not
Alison Becker: That's fair.
Toni Charline: I could love dump cake.
It's a bunch of garbage.
Toni Charline: My mom fixes it for me on my birthday,
and it's a bunch of freakin' garbage.
Alison Becker: Fuck the cobbler.
We'll make a dump cake.
Alison Becker: What do you think
is in a dump cake?
- Cans of peaches and heavy syrup--
- A couple of those sliced--
Alison Becker: They already
- There's the whole,
the halves, the sliced.
Toni Charline: So I don't know.
Alison Becker: Canned peach
expert over here.
Toni Charline: Then yellow
cake mix batter.
Alison Becker: Yellow's not a flavor.
Toni Charline: Oh.
Toni Charline: Do I have to call my mom,
and ask her for the recipe?
Alison Becker: Yes. Let's call your mom.
[ phone is ringing ]
Toni Charline: Hello?
Toni Charline: Hi mom. I'm cooking
a peach dump cake.
Toni Charline: Can I get your recipe?
Yeah. Very easy.
Um, so, you take your butter,
whatever that is, you're a beginner.
Then I, butter the pan.
Then I put canned peaches
And then I yellow
cake mix on top.
Toni Charline: TONI:
Just bring it all up.
Then I take whatever's left of the butter,
'cause it takes usually a stick of butter,
And then melt it,
and then just drip however
you want, you know, in a pattern.
- Try to make lines so it'll go into it.
- Yeah. You make a little pattern.
And then I just sprinkle pecans on it for you,
because you're a walnut... [ inaudible ].
Toni Charline: That's true.
Toni Charline: That's very true.
Toni Charline: Alright, so we got everything
for peach dump, um,
and then some.
Toni Charline: Let's get baking!
Toni Charline: Pour the peaches into
your already buttered--
Alison Becker: ALISON:
And canned peaches sliced.
Toni Charline: Yeah. Ooh. Oooh.
Alison Becker: I'm just being real ginger about it,
because I don't want it to explode all over.
Toni Charline: That's good.
- Please don't explode.
- Or, or, we could...
[ giggling ]
Alison Becker: I just could picture it
Toni Charline: We gotta--
We got to poke at it first.
Toni Charline: I feel like this is nerve wracking for
people if they see us use a knife,
- but I assure you, I got it.
Toni Charline: But this scares everyone,
and I get that, and I understand that.
Toni Charline: I'm scared too.
Toni Charline: Top peaches with
dried cake mix. Phew.
- So, we don't mix it together?
Alison Becker: This is crazy.
How is that going to cook?
- Science is crazy.
Alison Becker: I'm putting the
whole thing in.
Alison Becker: Is this not what
it looks like?
Alison Becker: I'm dumping it in.
Toni Charline: Oh man.
♪ Drizzle the butter ♪
Alison Becker: She suggested
making fun patterns.
Toni Charline: Yeah, like,
you can do what--
Alison Becker: Or shitty patterns.
Alison Becker: This is your chance to let
your artistic side show through.
Toni Charline: Oh my gosh. With butter?
I feel like I've been doing
that my entire life.
Alison Becker: I dated a guy who's
mom is from South Carolina,
and she used to say,
Alison Becker: "It's pa-can.
A pecan is what you keep
under your bed."
Alison Becker: Get it?
Toni Charline: A pecan?
Where she goes pee-pee?
Alison Becker: Yeah, where you go pee-pee.
[ giggling ]
Toni Charline: Put it on part of them.
Alison Becker: Why only part?
Toni Charline: To see like what it is
like with and without.
Alison Becker: Okay, great.
Toni Charline: Middle oven wrack.
Alison Becker: Now a timer.
Your mom said about
Toni Charline: Alright. So we should
check the dump cake.
- Okay. Close it.
- You checked for too long.
- You leave the door open.
- That's why it's not cooking?
Alison Becker: And then just like a
Toni Charline: So this has been,
I think, a total of
Toni Charline: You open,
and I'll scoop.
♪ I'm truly terrified
Alison Becker: Just go slowly, like
there's no rush.
Alison Becker: Maybe slide-- Oh. Okay.
I was going to say slide the
rack out, but you've got it.
Toni Charline: And then--
Toni Charline: Ooh yeah, this is definitely
not like momma cooks.
- [ Alison giggles ]
- This is fantastic.
Alison Becker: Does any of it look like
what it's supposed to look like?
- That little part right there.
- Alright, we're back.
- [ Alison sighs ]
- We did it.
- The crunchy part looks fine.
Alison Becker: Did you get a
Toni Charline: I did, but I want
to try all of it.
Alison Becker: Did you just eat
some powdery part?
- [ Alison laughs ]
Toni Charline: It's gritty.
Alison Becker: The powder literally flew
off when I laughed on to it.
Toni Charline: I'm not going to lie.
I love it.
Toni Charline: My birthday
versions are better,
Toni Charline: but this is still so good.
Toni Charline: Am I high? Yes.
Does it hit a spot? Yeah.
Alison Becker: Yeah. I agree, like,
marijuana makes everything great.
Alison Becker: Even this.
Toni Charline: I feel like you're
Alison Becker: I'm going to have the
biggest stomach ache.
- Worth it.
- Yeah worth it.