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7th Jun '17 12:02:24 PM Morgenthaler
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%%* Both ends are imagined in [[http://www.yousayitfirst.com/comics/index.php?date=20050628 this]] ''YouSayItFirst'' strip.

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%%* Both ends are imagined in [[http://www.yousayitfirst.com/comics/index.php?date=20050628 this]] ''YouSayItFirst'' ''Webcomic/YouSayItFirst'' strip.
19th May '17 4:49:37 AM AndyLA
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-->-- '''Stacy''', "Moon Farm", ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' [[note]]The surface of the Sun is 9,900 degrees Fahrenheit, by the way.[[/note]]

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-->-- '''Stacy''', "Moon Farm", ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' [[note]]The surface of the Sun is 9,900 degrees Fahrenheit, by the way.[[/note]]
Also, [[WritersCannotDoMath the correct result should be 4,200 degrees.]][[/note]]
29th Apr '17 5:29:51 PM Gamermaster
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* UpToEleven in ''FanFic/KyonBigDamnHero''. Kuyou takes Mikuru's cooking advice about the importance of the proportions between ingredients at face value, a misconception that led her to think she can achieve good results if she simply works at a scale more comfortable for her perception and powers as long as the proportions are respected. Long story short, in Chapter 57 she tried to make a cookie [[HiroshimaAsAUnitOfMeasure six-point-five times as big as the]] ''[[UsefulNotes/{{Jupiter}} planet Jupiter]]'' in this manner. Apparently, at this scale the gravitational field generated by the cookie's own mass interferes with the baking process.
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23rd Apr '17 4:45:41 AM Vir
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'' episode "[[Recap/TheAmazingWorldOfGumballS2E3TheKnights The Knights]]" Gumball orders Darwin to bake cookies, and when Darwin's just putting them in the oven Gumball tells him to bake faster, so he turns up the temperature burning the cookies to a crisp.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'' episode "[[Recap/TheAmazingWorldOfGumballS2E3TheKnights The Knights]]" Gumball orders Darwin to bake cookies, and when Darwin's just putting them in the oven Gumball tells him to bake faster, so he turns up the temperature burning the cookies to a crisp.
23rd Apr '17 4:40:40 AM Vir
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This trope is also a type of LogicalFallacy. [[IThoughtItMeant Not (directly) related]] to FridgeLogic. The more extreme cases will require our chef to use TimTaylorTechnology. See also {{Mismeasurement}}, contrast InstantRoast.

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This trope is also a type of LogicalFallacy.{{Logical Fallac|ies}}y. [[IThoughtItMeant Not (directly) related]] to FridgeLogic. The more extreme cases will require our chef to use TimTaylorTechnology. See also {{Mismeasurement}}, contrast InstantRoast.
1st Apr '17 1:13:52 PM TompaDompa
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* {{Inverted|Trope}} in ''Film/TheAccidentalTourist'': to keep the Thanksgiving turkey moist, the protagonist's sister cooks it overnight at only 140°F (60°C). This turns it into a bacterial breeding ground that sends the only person bold enough to eat it straight to the hospital. Ironically, this is close to the principle of ''sous vide'' cooking: if it had been vacuum-sealed and submerged in water at that temperature, it would have worked.

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* {{Inverted|Trope}} in ''Film/TheAccidentalTourist'': to keep the Thanksgiving turkey moist, the protagonist's sister cooks it overnight at only 140°F (60°C). This turns it into a bacterial breeding ground that sends the only person bold enough to eat it straight to the hospital. Ironically, this is close to the principle of ''sous vide'' cooking: if it had been vacuum-sealed and submerged in water at that temperature, it would have worked.
8th Mar '17 11:48:03 PM Rhodes7
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* ''Series/{{Speechless}}'' also had this in a Thanksgiving episode, with predictable results.
12th Jan '17 12:12:18 PM SLOOGOVS
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* Averted with the [[http://papalouie.com/ Papa Louie's cooking game series]]. An upgrade allows fast cooking food without reduction of quality.

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* Averted with the [[VideoGame/PapaLouieArcade Papa Louie's]] [[http://papalouie.com/ Papa Louie's cooking game series]]. An upgrade allows fast cooking food without reduction of quality.
26th Nov '16 11:05:30 AM Vir
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** Lampshaded to such an extreme that a literal lamp was involved in the episode "Moon Farm". When Ferb relates a recipe for "Lamb Cobbler" to Candace and Stacy through Phineas and Irving [[ItMakesSenseInContext from the moon]], the only part that correctly gets through the traditional telephone-game messups (e.g. "One pound of ''lamp''") is the cooking time, 350 for 1 hour. With only five minutes to spare, Stacy declares "It's simple math!" and proceeds to cook it at 9,000 degrees[[labelnote:*]]Which is ''slightly'' more accurate than most examples, as that's approximately twelve times the ''absolute'' temperature of 350 F.[[/labelnote]]. [[SubvertedTrope It comes out perfectly]], leading Stacy to wonder "How can that be? We didn't even put lamb in it!"

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** Lampshaded to such an extreme that a literal lamp was involved in the episode "Moon Farm". When Ferb relates a recipe for "Lamb Cobbler" to Candace and Stacy through Phineas and Irving [[ItMakesSenseInContext from the moon]], the only part that correctly gets through the traditional telephone-game messups (e.g. "One pound of ''lamp''") is the cooking time, 350 for 1 hour. With only five minutes to spare, Stacy declares "It's simple math!" and proceeds to cook it at 9,000 degrees[[labelnote:*]]Which is ''slightly'' more accurate than most examples, as that's approximately twelve times the ''absolute'' temperature of 350 F.[[/labelnote]].F[[/labelnote]]. [[SubvertedTrope It comes out perfectly]], leading Stacy to wonder "How can that be? We didn't even put lamb in it!"
26th Nov '16 11:04:58 AM Vir
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** Lampshaded to such an extreme that a literal lamp was involved in the episode "Moon Farm". When Ferb relates a recipe for "Lamb Cobbler" to Candace and Stacy through Phineas and Irving [[ItMakesSenseInContext from the moon]], the only part that correctly gets through the traditional telephone-game messups (e.g. "One pound of ''lamp''") is the cooking time, 350 for 1 hour. With only five minutes to spare, Stacy declares "It's simple math!" and proceeds to cook it at 9,000 degree[[labelnote:*]]Which is ''slightly'' more accurate than most examples, as that's approximately twelve times the ''absolute'' temperature of 350 F.[[/labelnote]]. [[SubvertedTrope It comes out perfectly]], leading Stacy to wonder "How can that be? We didn't even put lamb in it!"

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** Lampshaded to such an extreme that a literal lamp was involved in the episode "Moon Farm". When Ferb relates a recipe for "Lamb Cobbler" to Candace and Stacy through Phineas and Irving [[ItMakesSenseInContext from the moon]], the only part that correctly gets through the traditional telephone-game messups (e.g. "One pound of ''lamp''") is the cooking time, 350 for 1 hour. With only five minutes to spare, Stacy declares "It's simple math!" and proceeds to cook it at 9,000 degree[[labelnote:*]]Which degrees[[labelnote:*]]Which is ''slightly'' more accurate than most examples, as that's approximately twelve times the ''absolute'' temperature of 350 F.[[/labelnote]]. [[SubvertedTrope It comes out perfectly]], leading Stacy to wonder "How can that be? We didn't even put lamb in it!"
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