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  • - Oh god, I messed up everything.
  • Show's over.
  • (Rie laughing)
  • God, we're done.
  • (upbeat orchestra music)
  • (rolling pins pounding)
  • - I'm so tired!
  • - Yes
  • - Oh my god.
  • - [Together] Whoa!
  • - That's like 30 pounds of s'mores right here.
  • (blow torch whooshes)
  • (cinematic entrance music)
  • - Welcome back to Tasty's making it big.
  • This is the show where I make giant food
  • for my friends and special guests.
  • Today, I've invited in Quinta Brunson.
  • You might know her from BuzzFeed videos,
  • from her show "Hair Flick", and
  • from her HBO series "A Black Lady Sketch Show".
  • She's super awesome and I really wanna see
  • if I can impress her with a giant version
  • of something, so let's go meet her.
  • What's up Quinta?
  • - Hey.
  • - Hey, welcome back. - Hi Alvin.
  • Thank you.
  • - How's it goin'?
  • - It's goin' well.
  • - Good.
  • Well, I know that a lot of people are excited
  • to see you here today.
  • - Yeah.
  • - They've probably been following you,
  • watching all the stuff you did at BuzzFeed.
  • I do want to know though, what
  • is your relationship with food?
  • - So, I love to eat it, I don't think that's unique.
  • So, cooking it frightens me, terrifies me.
  • I have this fear of killing people.
  • I'm just now starting to get over it.
  • - [Alvin] Okay.
  • - I'm starting to cook a lot more and experiment with it.
  • But that fear is still there.
  • - I mean cooking, I will say,
  • it can be dangerous sometimes.
  • - It can be dangerous.
  • And then it has to taste good after all of that.
  • I kind of wish that people wouldn't judge food
  • if it didn't taste good.
  • Like, I went through a lot of work.
  • If it didn't taste good, just live with it.
  • - I don't know if you know, I've actually been challenged
  • by a fellow Tasty producer, her name's Rie.
  • She wanted a giant marshmallow,
  • but I was like why don't we take that one step further,
  • and I wanted to see if I can make a giant s'mores.
  • - Okay, yeah.
  • - Yeah, does that sound okay?
  • - Yeah, a man cooking for me, I don't care what you make.
  • - Well, feel free to hang out, I'm gonna go get to work.
  • - Okay.
  • - All right, sounds good, see you Quinta.
  • (upbeat music)
  • - Whoo!
  • - Well, this is Rie.
  • You probably already know her.
  • She's the host and producer of "Make it Fancy",
  • she's been on "Worth it", she's been on "Eating Your Feed".
  • Is pretty much taking over the internet.
  • So I'm very honored to have you on the show.
  • - Yeah, but you didn't say best friend.
  • (Rie laughs)
  • - Rie is also my best friend.
  • - Look at me in my eyes.
  • - Blink twice if you need help.
  • I heard you talk a little smack
  • in some of your previous videos.
  • - I love touching marshmallow.
  • I wish it was my pillow.
  • I wish I'll be making big foamy.
  • You know, I can't really back down
  • from a challenge like that.
  • So, we're gonna make a giant s'mores today.
  • What's the first step?
  • - We gonna make giant graham cracker.
  • - [Alvin] Mm.
  • - I've made a graham cracker before,
  • I've never made it giant.
  • - Well.
  • - So, we'll see.
  • - Okay, we'll see.
  • - First we're gonna mix dry ingredients.
  • - Okay.
  • - [Rie] All-purpose flour, whoa, woo.
  • (Rie laughs)
  • Whole-wheat.
  • - [Alvin] Mm-hmm.
  • - [Rie] And sugar, salt, cinnamon.
  • - [Alvin] Cinnamon.
  • - [Rie] Baking powder.
  • - Okay.
  • - Good job.
  • - Thank you.
  • (laughing)
  • Okay, I'll mix this and you'll work on the wet ingredients.
  • - Yes, so, canola oil, honey, eggs, and whole milk.
  • - How does this look to you?
  • Does it look pretty good?
  • - Yeah.
  • - Okay.
  • - [Rie] So, I'm going to pour over.
  • - [Alvin] Okay.
  • - It's almost like construction work.
  • - [Alvin] Why is it like construction work?
  • - 'Cause, have you made cement before?
  • Have you seen--
  • - No, I haven't.
  • - Well, I haven't either, but have you seen (laughs).
  • - My Instagram is not the cement snob.
  • (laughing)
  • - [Rie] I think we might have to use our hand.
  • - Okay, all right, gloves on.
  • - All right.
  • - [Alvin] Oh, this is so satisfying.
  • - [Rie] Oh my god, it's so soft.
  • - [Alvin] It's like wet sand.
  • - [Rie] Right.
  • - This is getting tougher.
  • - Oh my god.
  • - I know.
  • - This how you get your muscle?
  • - I feel like I need to go to the gym more
  • just so I can be ready for this, very strong.
  • - Have you seen my?
  • - Whoa!
  • Whoa, whoa, whoa, I don't think that's legally.
  • Put those things away.
  • - You need a sequence you are doing, like "Rocky".
  • - Oh, like a training sequence?
  • - Yes.
  • (majestic music)
  • (punching dough)
  • - Okay, so, is this good?
  • - Yeah, it looks great. - Yeah?
  • All right we're gonna take this
  • into the fridge so it can rest.
  • - Yes.
  • - All right, buh-bye.
  • Well, I made - It's so heavy.
  • - This guy in the back, while this guy was hangin' out.
  • So what do we have to do now?
  • - So we are going to roll it out.
  • - [Alvin] Okay.
  • - [Rie] And we're gonna use two parchment paper as a guide.
  • - [Alvin] Mm.
  • - Basically I want to make this size.
  • (rolling pins pounding)
  • - It's tricky.
  • - Yeah, you need some elves to help you.
  • - I need some elves?
  • - Yeah.
  • Like Santa's workshop.
  • Is it Santa's workshop? - Why does it have--
  • Yeah, but why does it have to be elves?
  • - [Rie] I don't know (laughs).
  • - Is that what you did when you're a pastry chef?
  • - Yeah, I hire some elves.
  • - Oh, you hired some elves, oh how--
  • - Yeah from Craigslist.
  • (laughing)
  • - [Alvin] Come on.
  • I'm so tired.
  • - Yes.
  • - Oh my god.
  • - [Rie] Five hundred years later.
  • - So, this is pretty good.
  • Do you wanna get it into the tray now?
  • - Yes. - All right cool.
  • - I think we have to help each other out.
  • - [Alvin] Oh yeah, that's what best friends do, right?
  • - Yes. - Yes.
  • - Three, two, one. - Two, one.
  • - Ooh!
  • - Oh, sorry.
  • Ready, one, two, three, go.
  • Nice, all right.
  • Peel it off.
  • Ooh. - Ooh.
  • All right, I think it looks good.
  • - [Alvin] Yeah.
  • - It's gonna expand a little bit.
  • - Yeah, yours looks nicer than mine.
  • - Thank you.
  • - Yeah, okay, so. - I made it fancy.
  • (Rie laughs)
  • - Now the signature thing about
  • the graham crackers are the holes.
  • - Mm-hmm.
  • - What's our strategy?
  • - We're gonna use giant fork.
  • - [Alvin] And do you wanna do it first so I can follow you?
  • - [Rie] Yeah, sure.
  • - [Alvin] Cool.
  • - [Rie] One, two
  • - [Alvin] So what do the holes do?
  • - It prevents expanding too much.
  • So it doesn't puff up.
  • - [Alvin] Mm.
  • (upbeat music)
  • - Okay, cool.
  • Combined, Rie and I have created 1,200 holes.
  • Let's go bake these graham crackers.
  • All right - Let's go bake it.
  • It's heavy.
  • - Whoa. - Yes.
  • - Look at these.
  • - So beautiful.
  • - I know, it baked out really well.
  • Smells great.
  • I think it's time to make a giant marshmallow.
  • I'm gonna borrow a technique
  • that I used in my 100 layer lasagna video.
  • Where you make walls out of foil
  • and you reinforced them with dry lasagna noodles.
  • I think we'll use maybe like seven by four lasagna noodles.
  • You can lay these about a centimeter apart.
  • So, what we're gonna do is we're gonna fold it across.
  • You'll press this flat.
  • And you can see, all right, one,
  • two, three, four, five, six, seven.
  • So, this is where we break it
  • and make the fold, so it's like this.
  • - Okay.
  • - This is way bigger than I've ever done it,
  • so it's kind of crazy.
  • Look at this DIY engineering.
  • - So, here?
  • - Yeah, let's do that.
  • - Okay.
  • - And then we'll just go around I guess, like a snake.
  • And then boom, ta-dah.
  • Okay, we're gonna make a giant marshmallow.
  • - Yes.
  • - Let's start with some gelatin,
  • followed by some water.
  • Get it with this whisk attachment.
  • We also have to make a hot sugar mixture
  • that we can whip later.
  • So let's turn on these.
  • Right about high heat.
  • This is a lot of sugar. - Whoa.
  • - I like how synchronized we are.
  • (Rie laughs)
  • - Corn syrup.
  • And then, let's go with water.
  • Vanilla.
  • And let's give this a stir.
  • So, we're adding sugar and corn syrup
  • because when you're workin' with sugar,
  • temperature's very important, and I'm sure you know that.
  • You can take it five degrees up, five degrees down,
  • and suddenly the texture totally changes.
  • So, the corn syrup was almost like a safety net.
  • - Okay.
  • - Or, like, it doesn't immediately go crazy.
  • Let's turn on these mixtures and make some marshmallow.
  • - [Rie] Yeah.
  • - All right, so we can go slow.
  • Whoa.
  • This is very hot sugar, please don't try this at home.
  • And then we're gonna take a scoop of this
  • and slowly stream it into this, while it is going.
  • Ooh.
  • What's the difference between making
  • a fresh homemade marshmallow,
  • and just eating the ones you eat out of the package?
  • - I feel like it's tastier.
  • I feel like it's less sugary.
  • And I feel like it's more airy.
  • - Yeah.
  • The sugar is at 240, so it's at the soft-ball stage.
  • So, by whipping air into it, you're doing thousands
  • of little air-bubbles that cause
  • the fluffiness of the marshmallow.
  • And you're also cooling it, so that the sugar sets,
  • so that it makes sure that
  • the marshmallow gets its bouncy, sort of, texture.
  • So we turned it up a bit.
  • All the sugar is in.
  • It smells amazing.
  • - [Rie] The transformation is crazy.
  • - I know, I just wanna squeeze it.
  • - Yeah.
  • - So these are ready.
  • - [Rie] Okay. - You wanna turn it off?
  • - [Rie] Yeah. - Oh, you turned it up.
  • (Rie laughs)
  • - Okay, so let's get these out.
  • - [Rie] Okay.
  • - Whoa, on three we're gonna pour into here.
  • - Okay.
  • - [Alvin] One, two, three.
  • - [Together] Whoa!
  • (laughing)
  • - I'm, like doggy-paddling it.
  • - What's next?
  • - So, next, well we gotta get this big bowl
  • into our big wall situation we have back there.
  • - [Alvin] Oh my god.
  • - [Rie] Okay.
  • - Let's spray the wall so the marshmallow doesn't stick.
  • (sprays)
  • (Rie coughs)
  • - Oh, sorry, sorry.
  • (Alvin blows air)
  • - Ready?
  • Three, two, one. - Two, one.
  • - [Together] Whoa.
  • - [Alvin] The walls are holding.
  • (Rie laughs)
  • All right, wow.
  • - Don't do that!
  • (bowl hits mic)
  • (Rie laughs)
  • Told you.
  • - Sorry Adam, I'll go clean that up right now.
  • Adam is pissed - It's like a spiderweb.
  • - Oh god, I messed up everything.
  • Shows over, cut, we're done.
  • (beep)
  • So, that poured really nicely.
  • - Yeah.
  • - Powdered sugar.
  • You know marshmallows, you coat it in powdered sugar
  • so they don't stick when you cut them.
  • Yeah, woo! - Woo.
  • - Make it rain.
  • You're doin' great. - Thank you.
  • - This looks amazing.
  • I just can't wait to cut into it.
  • Okay. - All right.
  • - [Alvin] So this is really hot sugar.
  • I think we need to let it cool.
  • - [Rie] Okay.
  • - Oh, let's move it around, careful, beep, beep.
  • So, we're gonna make a giant chocolate bar.
  • - Yes. - What kind of set up is this?
  • - So, we are boiling the water and we
  • are going to put bowl over, melt chocolate on top of it.
  • - Sure.
  • And so it's like a slower, more even heat than doing it in.
  • - Exactly.
  • - Okay.
  • - First, we're gonna use, like half of the chocolate chip.
  • - Okay.
  • (chocolate clatters on metal bowl)
  • - [Alvin] Cool.
  • - And then I'm adding coconut oil.
  • - So this is like-- - It's eight pounds.
  • - That's eight pounds.
  • So, each chocolate chip weighs about one gram or less.
  • And there are 454 grams in a pound,
  • so eight pounds of chocolate
  • is (mumbles) 3,632 chocolate chips.
  • In this giant chocolate bar that we're making.
  • - You are a true asian.
  • - Yeah, I'm not really helping the stereotype.
  • (Rie laughs)
  • - How 'bout I hold this while you do your stirring.
  • - Yeah, sure, I want you to use this,
  • 'cause it's metal.
  • - Ah, Rie's concerned for my safety.
  • - Yes, don't die under my watch.
  • - 'Cause she is my best friend.
  • (Rie laughs)
  • - There's no emotion in that line.
  • - Rie is my best friend (laughs).
  • - [Rie] The chocolate is melted,
  • so please add the other bowl.
  • Whoa!
  • Oh my god, it's heavy.
  • - I feel like Willy Wonka.
  • You're an Oompa Loompa.
  • - I'm a Willy Wonka.
  • - Oh, you're a Willy Wonka, I'm the Oompa Loompa.
  • That sounds about right.
  • - [Rie] Oh, yes.
  • - [Alvin] Wow-whoa-wee-wow.
  • - Wow-wow-wee-wow-wow.
  • (laughing)
  • - So, what's next?
  • - We're gonna pour over. - Oh, boy.
  • - so we can make giant chocolate bar.
  • - All right, let's do it.
  • - Get in there.
  • - Okay.
  • - You can do it.
  • - Okay, I, thanks.
  • - I will hold your... - Rie said I can do it.
  • - [Alvin] Here we go.
  • - [Rie] Go Alvin.
  • - [Alvin] Ooh!
  • - [Rie] Oh my god.
  • - [Alvin] I almost got it over the side.
  • I'm just gonna hold the bowl here if you wanna scoop out.
  • And if you miss any, I'll just eat
  • the rest, don't worry about it.
  • - [Rie] Okay, just lick the bowl.
  • - All right.
  • - Oh, you're really doing that.
  • I was half joking.
  • - [Alvin] I wasn't.
  • - [Rie] Look.
  • - [Alvin] Wow.
  • - [Rie] Beautiful.
  • - And you magically got no chocolate.
  • Look at your apron, look at mine,
  • I have flour, sugar, and chocolate all over my apron.
  • Rie is looking pristine.
  • - What can I say?
  • I'm a fancy lady.
  • - That, you are a very fancy lady.
  • And for it to set into a chocolate bar,
  • we have to cool it, right?
  • - Yes.
  • - All right, let's try to-- - Let's do it together.
  • - See you guys, we'll see you guys in a bit.
  • - [Together] One, two, one, two.
  • - Time to assemble.
  • We have two fully baked graham crackers cooled,
  • a marshmallow that's inside the walls,
  • and a really, really nice solid chocolate bar.
  • I think maybe just try to flip
  • it onto it, you know, if that works.
  • If you wanna give me some moral support.
  • - Okay.
  • - That'd be great.
  • - [Rie] Go Alvin.
  • Yeah.
  • - Yes.
  • Okay, cool.
  • - Okay.
  • Nice.
  • - [Alvin] Oh, it's a good, firm crust.
  • - [Rie] Mm-hmm.
  • - Here, I got it.
  • - Okay.
  • - All right, slow.
  • So there's a lot of extra sugar.
  • Maybe we brush that this way first?
  • - That's fun. - Oh, that's so fun.
  • - It's almost like a snow.
  • You know, when I was in New York,
  • my favorite things - What?
  • - To do after snow.
  • Make snowmen, but instead of making face,
  • just print your face so you
  • can create snowman look like you.
  • Should we give Quinta marshmallow that our face (laughs).
  • - I don't think we should give Quinta the marshmallow,
  • that we should plant our faces in.
  • But, I'll think of something.
  • Oh, it's coming out.
  • - [Rei] Okay.
  • - [Alvin] Whoa!
  • Oh, that's so cool.
  • - [Rie] Nice!
  • - Mm, like mochi.
  • - Yeah.
  • - Mm, that's good.
  • - [Rie] So, what's next?
  • - Okay, well, you requested a giant marshmallow,
  • and so I do have a special present.
  • - [Rie] Yes? - Yeah, give me one second.
  • - [Rie] Yeah.
  • - I got the culinary team to make you another marshmallow.
  • - Yes.
  • - Because I know how much you wanted
  • to use it as a giant pillow.
  • So how 'bout I hold it up and you
  • can lay your head against it.
  • (laughing)
  • - It's like memory foam.
  • (laughing)
  • - It's really firm, so it didn't bounce back.
  • - Well I wanna try.
  • (laughing)
  • - Faster.
  • All right, back to business.
  • - Thank you.
  • (beep)
  • - I think that we should just get in here.
  • - Okay.
  • - Yeah, let's try to just get it out.
  • - Get dirty.
  • - Yeah, get dirty.
  • We're just gonna transport it over.
  • - So what we gonna do after this?
  • - I don't know, I didn't think that far ahead yet.
  • Almost there, yeah. - Yeah.
  • - And then...
  • Go, go, go, go, go.
  • Okay, it's comin' out.
  • Ta-dah! - Ta-dah!
  • - Ole.
  • (laughing)
  • What's the best part about a s'mores, Rie?
  • - Torching.
  • - Torching, fire. - Yes.
  • - Yeah, we're gonna wash our hands,
  • we're gonna get to the fun part.
  • High five.
  • - [Together] Eew.
  • (upbeat music)
  • (torch whooshes)
  • - Are you ready for this?
  • - Crashed and burn, baby.
  • Woo!
  • I'm using two blow torches,
  • and Rie's using an attachment called the Searzall.
  • Okay.
  • - [Rie] It takes more time than I thought, look at this.
  • - [Alvin] This is taking a lot more time than I...
  • Oh, mine's getting torched.
  • - Oh, nice.
  • Do you wanna do secret message to Quinta?
  • - [Alvin] Should we maybe draw, like a heart?
  • - [Rie] Yeah.
  • (flame torch whooshing)
  • - [Alvin] That's pretty much it.
  • I think we did a great job. - Yes.
  • - Okay, so the chocolate goes on next, right?
  • - Yeah, how do we do?
  • - I don't know, okay, let's bring it over here and see.
  • - Okay.
  • - [Alvin] So we'll lift it.
  • And then slide that out. - You okay?
  • - Don't break, don't break, - Ready?
  • - Don't break, yeah.
  • Yeah, okay.
  • And then we're gonna go down, right there, yeah.
  • - [Rie] Yeah!
  • - Wow, nice.
  • Eew.
  • The final layer, we have to put on the cracker.
  • - Don't break it.
  • - I actually think I have some special tools
  • that'll make this possible.
  • One second.
  • What's up, Rie?
  • - What's this?
  • - This is a pizza peel.
  • All right, now go over there, and then you let go.
  • - [Rie] Okay.
  • - Whoa!
  • And then.
  • - [Together] Woo!
  • - [Alvin] Nice work!
  • - [Rie] Yes.
  • - Oh, that was so nerve-wrecking.
  • Great job, best friend.
  • - Oh my god.
  • Yeah.
  • - That was wild.
  • That's like 30 pounds of s'mores right here.
  • - Wow.
  • I feel exhausted.
  • - [Alvin] Me too.
  • I think it looks amazing.
  • I think the proportions are correct,
  • the chocolate is melted, the marshmallow is toasted.
  • And I actually really wanna eat it,
  • but we have to go get Quinta first.
  • - Yes.
  • - Keep going, keep going, keep going.
  • Well Quinta we have a giant s'mores in front of you.
  • So, on the count of three, open your eyes.
  • One.
  • - Two.
  • - Three.
  • (laughing)
  • - It's just silly.
  • It's so silly.
  • - Yeah. - This is the regular size.
  • - Right.
  • - Yeah.
  • - Who's gonna eat this?
  • - You.
  • - Oh.
  • - Yeah.
  • - All right.
  • - No, we'll get help, don't worry.
  • - This is worth my weight in s'mores.
  • This is ridiculous.
  • - We also have some big milk for you too.
  • - Of course, this is so funny.
  • - It's heavy.
  • - Oh my god.
  • - [Quinta] Do you need help, should we?
  • - Oh, you guys wanna hold it?
  • Thank you. - Oh god.
  • - Yeah.
  • - God, this is like, I think it's the chocolate.
  • - [Rie] Oh!
  • - Watch your fingers.
  • - Yes ma'am.
  • (Quinta laughs)
  • - [Rie] Wow.
  • - Wow. - Wow.
  • - Look at that.
  • - Cheers.
  • - Cheers.
  • - I don't know how to do it.
  • - Oh, that's a lot to handle.
  • So, the practicality of eating this is not very high.
  • As you can see (mumbles).
  • - I was gonna take a workout class today,
  • but I'm doing this instead (laughs).
  • - Really good.
  • - This is absurd.
  • - [Alvin] Yeah, thank you.
  • - I feel like my mother is gonna reach through
  • the screen and smack me about
  • eating all this sugar right now.
  • - We're gonna go share this
  • with all the employees waiting downstairs,
  • but thank you for coming on the show.
  • - Thank you for having me.
  • - Yeah, appreciate it. - Yeah.
  • - Chocolate wave bye.
  • - Chocolate hands.
  • (upbeat music)
  • - Woo!
  • We did it.
  • I'm very happy with the way it turned out,
  • like physically and how it looked and how we built it,
  • but probably not the most practical thing to bring
  • to a Christmas party if you
  • wanna impress a lot of guests, I would say.
  • - Yeah.
  • Thank you for make my dream come true.
  • - Of course, anytime.
  • And thank you for helping me make your dream come true.
  • - Great job, Rie.
  • - Yes.
  • - And if you guys want us
  • to make anymore giant foods together, you'll let us know.
  • Until next time, peace.
  • (upbeat music)

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