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  • Hey, Henley.

  • Hi.

  • What's for lunch?

  • Tomato and egg.

  • No.

  • Hi.

  • I'm Claressa.

  • And this is Hanley.

  • In this series, I'm gonna remotely instruct Hanley to cook.

  • The goal is to help him thrive, not just survive in the kitchen.

  • Last time we made Coca Cola chicken wings and he burned the chicken.

  • So this time we'll work on his timing skills.

  • I sent him to the grocery store to buy scallions.

  • Eggs on ripe tomatoes.

  • Eso Today, we're gonna be making tomato and a can li.

  • Do you like tomato on a No, I love eggs, but I hate tomato, actually.

  • Well, I chose this challenge for you because you birth the chicken wings last week.

  • So we're gonna test your cooking skills so you don't burn things.

  • Okay?

  • First, let's take the tomatoes, and then we're gonna cut them into wedges.

  • Cut it right in the middle way.

  • Yeah.

  • Okay.

  • Get the green things out.

  • Like cut a little slivers of the green.

  • You take the green parts out.

  • Then why did I buy one with the green thing on?

  • Man, there's so many that without the green thing and I bought the one with the green thing and that would cutting it off.

  • Just take it off.

  • Got got him, got him.

  • You can just use your hands and pluck it off.

  • That's true.

  • That is true.

  • Thio e wanted to use this opportunity to shout out to Mama Choo.

  • Does your mom want your videos?

  • She does.

  • She actually watch these videos and criticized them.

  • She would be like, Wow, why do you dress like that?

  • Why can't you look more professional?

  • But let me see how many scallions you have.

  • I have like one I would say is this one?

  • It's just consider one dice it like this O E c.

  • Well, in that case, I'm adding a lot of eggs I bought actually, two cartons.

  • That's 24 eggs handling 24 eggs can make can make four big omelets, take the small bowl, and then four eggs size.

  • You're pretty good at cracking eggs.

  • That is what I was born to do.

  • Man.

  • There's too many tomato at a couple more eggs.

  • Okay, fine.

  • Then you get one more egg, but no more.

  • Yeah, Claressa.

  • Yo, this is the art of bargain, you know, I'm saying Okay, stir it.

  • But also add a tablespoon of oil.

  • It's not that much.

  • Not that much.

  • A tablespoon.

  • That's tablespoon a tablespoon man zone.

  • Okay.

  • Uh huh.

  • Oh, that's tablespoon now.

  • Yeah, that's tables.

  • Okay, fine.

  • And then a little bit of salt.

  • Like just add a dash of salt and a dash of wine.

  • Whoa.

  • All right.

  • No more, man.

  • No more.

  • Don't try and get drunk at a at a tablespoon of water, too.

  • Yeah, it doesn't have to be drinking water.

  • You'll cook it.

  • E.

  • That's why.

  • Just a tablespoon.

  • Whoa, no, that was like that was gravity's fault.

  • Maybe I'm a little bit more salt and pepper because you put so many eggs in there More salt and pepper.

  • I don't even add pepper yet.

  • Actually, you know, sometimes, like when I was a kid, I always thought pepperoni is, like, made with pepper.

  • Okay, now it's time to cook.

  • Are you ready?

  • High.

  • He one tablespoon of oil.

  • Is it bubbling?

  • Yeah.

  • Okay.

  • Now put your eggs on.

  • And only 10 seconds and then turn off the heat 10 seconds and turn off the heat fast and furious in the house.

  • And then you're gonna be stirring it furiously with your spatula, one to three.

  • No faster riel.

  • 10 seconds.

  • Four.

  • Mississippi, five.

  • Mississippi, six.

  • Mississippi, seven.

  • Mississippi, eight Mississippi.

  • Why, it has to be Mississippi.

  • But 10 Mississippi Got him.

  • Let me see.

  • It's still watery, right?

  • Yeah.

  • Okay.

  • Just like don't put it on the heat again.

  • Just like stir it a little bit.

  • It's kind of solidifying it.

  • Za little raw that z I'm gonna describe it.

  • It's ah little role.

  • That's fine.

  • It's supposed to be a little rock cause it's still gonna cook with the eggs.

  • Oh, okay.

  • So I put on the plate e still gonna cook the tomatoes I put on the plate on the plate.

  • Okay.

  • Yeah, I just want to double check casa E.

  • Hurry up.

  • You're gonna overcook.

  • Alright, Go back to your scallions.

  • Get the white parts E.

  • Okay, now, adding the tomatoes.

  • Wait.

  • Don't lift it from the pan because you have a induction stove.

  • If you lived it from the pan, it won't cook.

  • That's true, man with man.

  • Mario was like, hey, do a little flip.

  • You know I'm snitching right now.

  • Shout to Dusty, by the way Also cute.

  • Oh, alright, PR.

  • That is hot.

  • Okay, you're not in the eggs now.

  • All right.

  • Just part down it.

  • Yeah.

  • Does it look good?

  • All there's so much egg.

  • Okay, you can take it off, Mario.

  • What does it look like?

  • I mean, where my mom makes it.

  • Tomato is more watery.

  • Thistle like, really dry tomatoes, and it looks like they were cooked separately.

  • He just played it together.

  • You Can you say something positive?

  • Can you say something positive about this?

  • Now I'm saying stop the welding or the negatives.

  • You know what I'm saying?

  • All right.

  • Put a scout the scallion on top way.

  • Not need to Coke piece, though.

  • Like, really don't.

  • It's just for garnish.

  • E can't stop like, man.

  • They told me not to be shaky.

  • Can I think I did a pretty good job?

  • I think Mom would be proud.

  • Yeah, let's see this water.

  • He has eight.

  • Yeah.

  • Mhm.

  • Yes.

  • Down tastes just like eggs, tomato and egg.

  • Who?

  • Hot hot.

  • It has like tomato.

  • It's good.

  • Tastes fresh, and it's warm.

  • I do feel like when my mom was making this, she really broke up the tomato like she would actually press on tomatoes.

  • So all the Jews comes out before she does, uh, is the egg soft?

  • Is it overcooked?

  • No.

  • The egg is perfect.

  • The egg is like perfect, watery kind of situation.

  • You know, it's just the tomato.

  • I feel like the tomato needs to be a little more saucy.

  • Thes tomatoes might not be ripe enough.

  • I think it's just right.

  • But Mario things needs a little more salt, but look fine.

  • I'm happy.

  • Thank you.

  • Looking forward to the next episode.

  • Let's do something that's more easy.

  • Hot tomato hot.

  • A tomato and egg e hate tomato hot.

  • Really dry tomatoes Hot.

  • Wow.

  • Devin Mississippi.

  • So cute.

  • Wow.

  • Mississippi.

  • Mississippi.

  • Really dry tomatoes.

  • I hate I hate tomato hot.

  • I'm happy.

  • Thank you.

  • Mm.

Hey, Henley.

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