You might expect to find Paris Hilton shopping on Rodeo Drive or in a DJ booth in Ibiza but in the kitchen? Not really. His new Netflix series, “Cooking With Paris,” seeks to change that, with reality TV star OG recruiting a list of famous friends to help him expand his culinary horizons beyond nachos and jellies. -O.
As you might expect, hijinks (and catchphrases) ensue, here are some of the highlights.
1. The time when Paris and Kim K. did not know what a mixer was
The first episode of “Cooking With Paris” sees our host enlisting her friend and former employee Kim Kardashian to create a spreadable brunch inspired by classic breakfast cereals. The menu includes Frosted Flake French Toast and Lucky Charms Marshmallows (“the best part”). However, when it comes to making a frittata, women are confused about kitchen gadgets.
“Do you have a blender? Kardashian asks.
“This or that?” Hilton responds, pointing to his blender and a Kitchen Aid blender. “Is it the same as a blender?” ”
They watch in silence for a moment.
“I don’t know, my sisters use it all the time,” Kardashian said, “it is. It’s a blender.
It was a blender. Close enough.
2. The time when Paris cooked a salt shaker in her salsa
For Episode 2, Hilton brought in rapper Saweetie as a sous chef to help him prepare his famous shrimp tacos. As the women catch up on the margaritas, they start making homemade roasted salsa, which seems like a mouthwatering start until the grilled veggies hit the blender.
With a pickaxe encrusted with rhinestones in his hand, Hilton pulls a salt shaker out of the troubled blender bowl. Okay, it was the salt shaker cap but still plastic and still unsuitable for soaking shavings.
Luckily, taco night is saved by Saweetie’s shrimp tacos and inventive Paris funfetti flan cake.
3. The time when Paris ate caviar on a pretzel
Heiresses, they nibble like us. Ahead of episode three’s vegan burger night with comedians Nikki Glaser and Whitney Cummings, Paris feels the need to stock up on something a little more substantial.
“I just want a bite of caviar before they arrive. Just because I have to be vegan all day, so I’m just going to eat some before I start. she says.
Instead of going for a golden spoon or whatever the rich eat with caviar, Paris grabs a container of pretzel to scoop up those fancy fish roe.
Don’t hit it until you’ve tried it I guess.
4. The time when Paris explained its multiple cell phones
Queen of the organization. Later in that same episode, diners in Paris notice that she has three smartphones stacked next to her plate, prompting the obvious questions of “Do I have one?” And above all, “Why so many telephones, Paris?”
The answer is a little simple.
“I used to have five phones and now I’ve consolidated three. ” she explains.
“One is for the people I love, the other for business and the other for jokes calling people,” adding that she often does the last activity with her mother and sister.
“How many phones have you lost, do you think? Cummings asks.
5. The time when Paris conquered its fear of turkeys
We are fortunate to benefit from a special “Cooking with Paris” holiday. Episode 5 sees our intrepid and dazzled chef cook up a Christmas dinner for influencer Lele Pons, but, to create a classic holiday feast, Paris must overcome one of her biggest fears: raw turkey.
His chances of triumph do not seem good from the start. The episode opens with a vignette of Paris fleeing LA’s Grove Farmers Market after receiving the bag of meat. She braves the preparation of the bird, however.
“Oh my god he has wings.” she said, disgusted, putting the turkey in the sink.
“What is fk, what is fk? It’s ad-k? What is it?”
Apparently, the appendage that Paris pulled out of the middle of the bird was its neck, but to her credit, I would certainly have assumed that was the dk too.
“I was that kid in school who refused to even open the frog in any classroom,” she explains, preparing to brine the turkey. “And it’s even scarier.”
Paris can’t even look at him as she rubs the spicy seasoning, “I feel like massaging a big hairy dude”
She’s almost done with the handling part however, all she has to do before sending the dead bird into the oven is fill the cavity.
“Who the hell invented stuffing a turkey’s ass with, for example, fruits and vegetables?” Paris asks, quite validly. “Someone who is a huge pervert.”
“Cooking With Paris” is now streaming on Netflix.