It’s never too hot for a fresh cookie. Image via Twitter
As if you didn’t already know, it’s really hot outside.
Unfortunately, that hasn’t stopped some drivers from being super irresponsible and leaving their children and animals in their steamy hot cars. Toronto detective Jeff Bangild took it upon himself to raise awareness about this dangerous practice by leaving a tray of Pillsbury ready-to-bake cookies in the backseat of his cruiser for 12 hours. At its highest point, the thermometer clocked in at over 125 degrees. Not quite hot enough to get those cookies crisp, but certainly enough to harm an infant or animal.
Jeff Bangild isn’t the only one taking his culinary prowess down to earth. Toronto-based Cheesewerks, profiled last month on Toronto Standard by Pay Chen, literally made grilled cheese on the sidewalk because THE TEMPERATURE IS TOO DAMN HIGH.
[via National Post]
Vidal Wu is an intern at Toronto Standard. You can follow him on Twitter at @vidalwuu.