Joe Brown, a man from the town of Gilbert, Arizona, has become a social media sensation after uploading a first video to TikTok, showing off his cooking skills under the sun.
The setting for his bizarre cooking show took place inside his car, using only the above-average hot temperatures to cook pancakes, streaks and burgers.
By the time the viral video was uploaded, the Arizona heat was already looking like the skyrocketing temperatures typically seen during the summer season, which is still less than 10 days away.
Thanks to this, Joe was able to cook complete fast food meals without using conventional fire.
In recent days, the National Weather Service (NWS) released a weather forecast of extreme heat and above-average temperatures in several parts of the United States.
Since the beginning of June, summer has already started for some parts of the country.
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The viral TikTok video was also uploaded by YouTube channel NowThis News on June 7 where Joe can be seen and heard recounting that it was already summer in Arizona with temperatures over 100 degrees Fahrenheit.
The first part of the video showed the man Gilbert preparing hamburger meat and buns on a tray, while putting a variety of seasonings on it.
He then said he left the raw meat and bread in his car for several hours and used a thermometer reading 186.6 degrees Fahrenheit.
It came back after two hours under 203.6 Fahrenheit and showed fully cooked meat with “extra toasted” buns.
Midway through the video, Joe also mentioned that he made chocolate cake and pizza in his car using the same method he used with burgers.
However, he claimed the pizza was an epic fail as it dissolved under the heat, which was not what he expected.
In another part, he was seen cooking “candles” on his roof.
Joe gained over 2 million followers on TikTok after the viral video, which already has a growing number of views on YouTube and likely other social media platforms.
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In a statement quoted by local Fox 10 Phoenix news, Joe began experimenting with food in 2020 before he even started posting on TikTok.
He said the warm weather in Arizona has allowed him to create unconventional ways of cooking outdoors, such as on the roof and inside the car.
The TikTok star said his idea came when he was younger; guided by the popular notion that a person can cook eggs on the sidewalk when it’s hot, as News 4 San Antonio reports.
American media has also mentioned Joe as being passionate about not only posting videos online, but also reviewing and rating the dishes he cooks.
The uploaded video is part of the so-called “car series”, which Joe said would run until September.
Arizona has relatively calm and clear weather year-round, but inclement weather and cooler temperatures do occur on occasion.
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