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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!"
11th Nov '16 2:23:39 PM luiz4200
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* ''Comicbook/LaffALympics'': Huck decides to turn the heat higher to cook faster. No numbers are mentioned.
24th Sep '16 10:59:29 AM Josef5678
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* Lampshaded to such an extreme that a literal lamp was involved in the ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' 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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* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'':
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Lampshaded to such an extreme that a literal lamp was involved in the ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' episode "Moon Farm." 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!"
24th Sep '16 10:58:12 AM Josef5678
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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'' strip.



* [[http://www.foresthillcomic.org/comics/2272644/re-order/ This page from ]]''Webcomic/ForestHill''.

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* %%* [[http://www.foresthillcomic.org/comics/2272644/re-order/ This page from ]]''Webcomic/ForestHill''.



** The same joke was also used in an episode of ''WesternAnimation/The13GhostsOfScoobyDoo''.

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** %%** The same joke was also used in an episode of ''WesternAnimation/The13GhostsOfScoobyDoo''.
24th Sep '16 10:57:23 AM Josef5678
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** A traditional Finnish recipe involves one batch of pancake batter simply poured into a pan and baked, then served in slices. Aside from the eggshells, this is actually a perfectly good idea.
24th Sep '16 10:56:07 AM Josef5678
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For example, they'll assume a cake that needs 30 minutes at 375° Fahrenheit (or 190.5° Celsius) to bake can be baked just as well in 15 minutes at 750° Fahrenheit (or 400° Celsius) degrees (never mind that a normal kitchen oven won't go that high). Expect there to be flames, plenty of smoke, and for the LethalChef to pull out something resembling a forest fire from the oven. Or occasionally, a fireball that destroys the entire house, with a [[ParodiedTrope perfectly baked pie in the middle of the debris.]]

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For example, they'll assume a cake that needs 30 minutes at 375° Fahrenheit (or 190.5° Celsius) to bake can be baked just as well in 15 minutes at 750° Fahrenheit (or 400° Celsius) degrees (never Celsius), never mind that a normal kitchen oven won't go that high).high. Expect there to be flames, plenty of smoke, and for the LethalChef to pull out something resembling a forest fire from the oven. Or occasionally, a fireball that destroys the entire house, with a [[ParodiedTrope perfectly baked pie in the middle of the debris.]]



* In the 1997 theatrical movie of ''Film/{{Bean}}'' the two main characters attempt to pull of this trope when a pair of important guests drop by, both of them having completely forgotten about the appointment. Strapped for time and without having anything else to serve up, they decide to prepare a turkey dinner (which the non-CloudCuckooLander of them notes would take about 5 hours to prepare) by ''stuffing it into the microwave and trying to do the job in about 15 minutes''. The result [[HilarityEnsues is predictable]].

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* In the 1997 theatrical movie of ''Film/{{Bean}}'' ''Film/{{Bean}}'', the two main characters attempt to pull of off this trope when a pair of important guests drop by, both of them having completely forgotten about the appointment. Strapped for time and without having anything else to serve up, they decide to prepare a turkey dinner (which the non-CloudCuckooLander of them notes would take about 5 hours to prepare) by ''stuffing it into the microwave and trying to do the job in about 15 minutes''. The result [[HilarityEnsues is predictable]].



** [[SicklyGreenGlow "Don't look directly at the potato!"]]

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** --> [[SicklyGreenGlow "Don't look directly at the potato!"]]



* ''Series/LoisAndClark'' get a few house guests and they need to cook a turkey rather quickly. 300 degrees for a few hours equals a few seconds with EyeBeams. However, Clark was undergoing a SuperPowerMeltdown at the time, causing the turkey to be burnt, the kitchen to be wrecked.

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* ''Series/LoisAndClark'' get a few house guests and they need to cook a turkey rather quickly. 300 degrees for a few hours equals a few seconds with EyeBeams. However, Clark was undergoing a SuperPowerMeltdown at the time, causing the turkey to be burnt, and the kitchen to be wrecked.
20th Aug '16 8:16:39 PM KidDynamite
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* ''Series/KateAndAllie'' had an episode where Allie wasn't going to be around for dinner but prepared it in advance, leaving instructions to put it in the oven at a specified temperature for an hour. Not wanting to wait that long, Kate decided to double the temperature, thinking it would then only take half as long. Cut to the next scene where Kate is scraping the burnt dinner into the garbage, while her daughter, Emma, ate a slice of the pizza they wound up ordering.
* A later episode of ''Series/ThreesCompany'' had an episode where Jack was appearing on TV doing a cooking segment, with Janet and Terri as his assistants. During their rehearsal, Janet addresses the issue and Jack explained why it wasn't a good idea.
18th Aug '16 9:27:24 AM PrimeEvil
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* This happened on an episode of ''Series/PeeWeesPlayhouse''. They were baking bread, and one of the puppets turned the oven up all the way to ''700''.

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* This happened on an episode of ''Series/PeeWeesPlayhouse''. They Pee-Wee and Ms. Yvonne were baking bread, bread at 360 degrees, and one of the puppets Randy turned the oven up all the way to ''700''.''700'', thinking that it would get done in half the time.
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