Watch Seth Rogen and James Franco Make Korean Barbecue Lasagna — and …
December 14, 2014 - bbq set
With a pair’s much-discussed film The Interview, which deals with a probable assassination of North Korea’s King Jong-un, entrance out this month, Korean food is positively a timely topic.
After a Epic Meal Time cast has a extreme feud over their subsequent good food creation, horde Harley Morenstein walks off a set in a pant and Franco and Rogen come in as deputy “sauce bosses” — and start creation all kinds of jokes. “You know a disproportion between unchanging grill and Korean barbecue? Korean grill has some-more … Seoul,” Franco quips.
But joking aside, their finished creation is positively unforgettable: A large vessel filled with layers of kimchi noodles, kimchi bacon, french fries, gochujang sauce, bulgogi (marinated beef), pig belly, and Korean pancakes.
The whole thing contains 33,083 calories and 2,169 grams of fat. “Whoever cooking this is going to be lucky,” Franco says. Or maybe only in need of a winter cleanse afterwards.