Hungry? How about a mashed potato ice cream cone?
If that doesn’t do it for you, how about a ham, pie and gravy smoothie?
Fake chef Keith Guerke appeared on five network morning shows in the Midwest this past holiday season and had them convinced his leftover recipes were for real.
“I’m self-taught, I did not go to culinary school,” Chef Keith told one station. “I’m kind of unorthodox.”
He fake promoted his fake book, “Leftovers Right” and even had one poor anchor beat-box for him while he rapped about his “recipes.”
Chef Keith Guerke’s actual name is Nick Prueher, who teamed with Joe Pickett to prank 5 stations with awkward, disastrous appearances.
The duo have a website and even sell a DVD of the appearances, if you want to relive the nightmarish segments. They are the founders of theFound Footage Festival
, a live comedy event that screens unusual and funny clips from old VHS tapes.