My Drunk Kitchen ft. Ingrid Nilsen: Gays of Thrones!

My Drunk Kitchen ft. Ingrid Nilsen: Gays of Thrones!


– [Hannah] Wanna do a practice shot?
– [Ingrid] Mmhm. – Ready, one, two, three.
(muted pop) – BABOP! This is a kitten kneading. …and we lost the host. – I love citrus! When I yolk it, this is
a real Drunk Kitchen. – This is a family show. Knees, we all have them! – Medieval day Martha Stewart! Maybe we should call this
episode “Gays of Thrones”. – YEA-YUH! – And then we just take a swig ’cause we’re a little nervous. – Ahh, yeah, yeah, yeah. – Here’s a real question: how do you say ‘hello’ in Thai? – (in Thai) So-ah-di-kah. – What?! (laughter) – So-ah-di-kah. – You are, like, so Asian. – I am! – Hey guys! Welcome to a very special episode of ‘My Drunk Kitchen’, featuring our first beauty guru! – Yeah-ah-ah-ah! This episode has been sponsored by ‘lies’. – Today we’re going to be drinking one of the summer drinks featured
on Ingrid’s channel. For instructions on how
to make it, click below. – [Both] Mmm. – So, for those of you who
aren’t familiar with Ingrid’s content, it’s lifestyle,
it’s beauty, it’s etcetera. It’s all about… – I am woman. Hear me roar, and drink whiskey. – But, what I didn’t know about Ingrid is that she was obsessed
with Game of Thrones! – And this is my go-to dance move. – And Ingrid’s actually read the books. – Yeah-yuh! – [Hannah] Reading!
– [Both] (laughter) – Oh! Remember when we were trying to do ‘Friends’ in a ‘Game of Thrones’ world? – [Hannah] Yeah!
– [Ingrid] Hannah… was the only friend that
could help me with that, because she’s the only
person that was familiar with ‘Game of Thrones’ and ‘Friends’. – Basically, what we
decided came down to this. – Rachel is definitely Sansa. – And Tyrion is definitely Chandler? – I made a list of this in my phone. – So what are we going to be making today? – We’re making lemon
cakes, but not just any lemon cakes, these are
‘Sansa’s Lemon Cakes’. A.K.A., not ‘Arya’s Lemon Cakes’. – For a lot of people,
that’s not gonna resonate. In the unofficial ‘Game
of Thrones’ Cookbook, it said ‘Arya’s Lemon Cakes’, and that led Ingrid to be very upset,
because she was like, “Aren’t these ‘Sansa’s Lemon Cakes’?” – Yeah, and then we looked up in a forum, and I was not the only
person very upset by this. Thank you to all the
other people out there, in that forum, that were
fighting that same battle. – I think a lot of people on forums are often fighting battles. – Mmhmm. – So from there we went to
‘Inn at the Crossroads’, which is the more official
‘Game of Thrones’ cookbook, and we pulled this recipe, which you can find in the link below. So let’s cooking! Whoo! – Look, I’m catching up. – And I’m ‘mustarding’. – It’s so…Olde English. What the fuzz, huswifes? – I don’t know, but it’s from 1596. – Medieval lemon cake recipe: What is ‘mace’? – It’s Grace and Mameri’s ‘ship’ name. – Ohh. Why is ‘sugar’ capitalized? – I can tell you why
‘sugar’ is capitalized, the reason why that’s
capitalized is probably because English was
originally a Germanic tongue, until, in 1066, when it
became a more French-y tongue. – Ohhhh. – However, out with the
old and in with the new, so we’re doing the modern-day
twist of this medieval recipe, which is as…God,
has this all been the intro? Kitchen…starts… – Now. Three tablespoons of butter, softened. – Ingrid, would you say
after your big week, that it gets butter? – Always gets butter. We need a fourth heaping cup sugar! That’s what it… – [Ingrid] …says!
– [Hannah] I know… but why are you yelling at them? – (quietly) A fourth heaping cup sugar. I’m calm and zen. – Ohhh. Wait, what’s the theme of this video? Wait, hold on, we need
a theme to our kitchen. Are we going to talk about you coming out at all, in this kitchen? – Yeah. – ‘Gays of Thrones’? – Uh-huh. – Ok. So, is that it now? – Yeah, I guess so. – Well, would you say
that, since coming out, your life has got a little sweeter? – Oh yeah. – That’s how we do a theme. Wow! Na-na-na-na-na-new, na-new-na-new. – Na-na-na-na-na-na-na. – Three..egg…yolks! Now that we have a theme, we are going to take the eggs, separate the yolk from the white, and relate it to your,
you know, experience. – Okay. – So, you know what I mean? – Mmhmm. – So… – Crack. – Both: (laughter) – It’s a common theme in my life. I’m a lipstick lesbian. – Ohh. I don’t think that term is fair. – No, it’s not. – Yeah, because why put yourself in a box? You just came out! Whew! – Both: OHHH! – But look how perfectly
symmetrical it is. – This paper is actually
really holding up, too. – Yeah, so…bright side! Next, zest from one lemon! – But first… They have stickers. – Oh, this one’s cut. – Oh, this one has it too. I really feel like this adds
an extra flair to your outfit, not that you’re not a style icon already, but I feel like this just
adds a little something extra. – Thank you. – That’s what I’m here for. ♫ You’re simply the zest! ♫ Half a teaspoon each of
salt, cloves, and mace. I mean, have you ever been maced? – I mean, that’s private information. – Oh my God! Is that why they call it mace? – I don’t know! – Wait, put it in your eyes. (laughter) – Actually, it smells lovely. – The only way to find out is
by putting it in your eyes. (breathes in, laughter) Mace! Can we get pizza after this? – Sounds delish. – Ground cloves! Christmas in a nutshell! – Oh snap! – Wait, do cloves come from nuts? – Half a tablespoon hartshorn, in parenthesis, “baking soda”. I am never gonna say ‘baking soda’ again. – What does that mean? – ‘Hartshorn’. Hart….hart’s horn? Both: Hart’s horn! Both: Hart’s horn. Knee. (laughter) – La-di-di-di-di-bow. – Cloves! – Wow! Ah! Saffron? I barely know Fron! – Nom,nom,nom,nom,nom,nom,nom! – Wow! Something about ‘Game of Thrones’? I think I’m a little bit drunk. Mmmm. Guys, let’s blaze through the rest of these ingredients, here we go. – [Hannah] Wheee.
– [Ingrid] Okay, so we need two of those. – Slam! I support safe people. Three, two, fun! – Who cares if there’s seeds? I really have to build
up my forearm’s strength. – I mean, I think it’s all (intelligible). Okay, honey. – Honey! – Glop. You know what I really like? Wildflower honey, from your local area. – Have you had avocado honey before? It’s very lovely. – I’m confused though, because… – Here’s Hannah’s
think-piece on Avacado Honey. – And, we’re stirring, we’re
stirring, we’re stirring a lot. – This is what we need. – Sometimes if you messed up in the past, it’s not too late to save
your future, so just… – Take a whisk. – Take a whisk. – Boo boo boo, boo boo boo! It’s a beater, it’s not a whisk. Sometimes, taking a whisk can be scary, and you need support from your friends. This was a bad mistake. Yes, yes, yes! I kinda thought that this would be good because you were here. Cause you always cook so well. – I do. – You think drinking has
impaired your cooking ability? We have to roll the dough…no Ingrid! This is a family show. Buy the dough a drink first, take it out on some dates, court it, show the dough that it’s special to you. – I need to learn this process, this is a new process for me. Gotta make it batter. – Gotta make it batter. – We have dough! – Yes! – [Both] Cheers. – What if we were saying… – We gotta do that again,
Hannah does not do eye-contact. Cheers. – What if we were saying ‘chairs’? Thrones! – Thrones! – Ohh-ohh! Party girl! Hey guys, next step! I’m too excited. Hey guys, hey guys, we’re gonna clear the whole table, put down the baking sheet,
put down some parchment paper, put it into squares, and
put it in the oven. Ready? – Go! (mellow jazz music) – That was egg. – Spit it all out now. Alcohol cleanses. – ‘Alcohol cleanses’? – Drink up, drink up! – Hey, we did it! God, don’t you love movie magic? That’s just raw… – [Both] …egg! (ripping) – Boo-boop! With confidence. – Boo-(laughter) Boo-boop. Boo-boop. – Pew. Yes! What’d you call yourself, a
‘recovering perfectionist’? – I am a perfectionist in recovery. – What does that mean? – It means just relaxing a little bit, and just realizing sometimes it’s the unexpected things in life
that are very, very wonderful. – You know, I feel like
I’m an imperfectionist in recovery, because I have
to realize that sometimes putting effort into it is ok. – We’re on opposite ends of the spectrum. We can meet in the middle. – Are ya ready for this? That was really good. – It was, it was very clever. – Poke the holes in the top to aerate it. – I’m gonna do a smiley face. (clap) – You’ve got a plan! – I got a plan! – Sometimes you have to
poke some holes to… …make some goals. – Mmm! – Okay, yeah. – Boop, boop, boop. – [Both] Mmmm. – Now put your lemon cakes into the oven for fourteen to fifteen minutes. Good job everybody! Now, wait fourteen to fifteen minutes for your lemon cakes to be done. In the meantime, take a really fun ‘Game of Thrones’ themed quiz, and find out what house you are in. Here are our results, now! Wow! Wow! (glasses clink) Ingrid, ok. – No, don’t take that from me! – Guys, our results were so surprising. On Ingrid’s ‘Game of
Thrones’ quiz, she got… – [Both] A wildling! – A wildling? – Because no one can tell me what to do. – (Jamaican accent) You know
nothin’, you know nothin’! – Na, na, na… – [Both] na, na, na. – I thought I would get a wildling. – No, you’re a delicate rose. – I got the house of Tyrell. – Delicate, delicate roses, but also, I think very, very smart. They’re unassuming, but they know how to use their minds. – (husky voice) And their bodies. – Oh yeah. – Do you like taking
online quizzes in general? – Uh, yeah! (mellow jazz music) – They look like scones! – They do! – Game of Scones! – Game of Scones! – Now we’re back. Hi, hot buddies! – Oh it’s hot! Put it down. – Unsheath them. (crinkling) – It smells kind of like, like corn? – I think it smells like pumpkin pie. (blowing) Ok, let’s taste it. Ahh, do you see the steam, can you guys see the steam rising? – It’s getting steamy in here! – It really is, quite literally. (blowing) Okay, take a bite! Ingrid, congratulations. – Thank you, I’m excited. – Me too. – I’m excited for this. – Me too, cheers! – Cheers! – Savory. – Mmm! – Saffron. – Clove-y, with a very
slight hint of lemon. (gnawing) You know, I actually think these would be delicious with chili. – Ohh. Oh my God, like dipping
it in a pot of Chili?! – Mmhmm. – Oh my God, yeah. – [Both] Mmhmm. – [Both] (stammering) – Now I’m picking up on the corn bread. Well every My Drunk Kitchen
ends with a message. What’s this message? What can we say to the
closeted gaybees of the world? You know, because, like,
you’re a thing now, like, you did a big
thing, that’s a big thing. – Don’t feel like you have to
follow someone else’s recipe. – Boop-boop. Hey guys, thank you so much for watching, and thank God, for Ingrid Nilson. You know? Thank you, Ingrid. – Thank you, Hannah. – You’re welcome. Ok, I guess we’re done,
we did it, we kitchened. – Thanks for listening guys. – Thanks for speaking, Ingrid. Subscribe to my channel for new videos every Tuesday and Thursday, and subscribe to Ingrid’s channels for, when’s your schedule? – I mean, it’s loosely Tuesdays,
Fridays, and Saturdays. – And subscribe to Ingrid’s channel if you wanna check out more of
her recipes for life. – I’m going to tear up, (as a robot) I am very
prone to happy tears. – Okay! Thank you guys, I
love you, have a great day.

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