Rib Eye Steak Grilled with 2,000-degree Molten Lava
“Cooking With Lava” is the name of this video by Bompas & Parr studio. And that is just what they do. This video features professor Robert Wysocki of Syracuse University in New York State using the 2,000-degree heat of molten lava to cook a 10-ounce rib eye. Put your charcoal away with your dress, son. This is how a real man grills!
The lava flow begins its slow descent down a trough of dry ice, then the meat is placed on the grill and begins sizzling right away. It’s friggin’ lava. Did you think it would take a half hour?
I’ll have mine medium burnt to ash, please and instead of eating it, I’ll just burn my face off now and save some time. Crazy. Thanksgiving dinner would be done in like two minutes instead of six hours.
We need to harness the power of our volcanoes at once!