[blender whirring] [Seth] That’s the magic sauce? This one is gonna be the pork sauce. [Seth] Pork sauce. [Jon] Fort Wayne pork sauce. Is there pork in there, -or is it sauce for pork?
-No, it’s a pork marinade. Um… -[Jon] That we use for chicken?
-Yeah. That we’re using for chicken, yes. -This is a confusing recipe, guys.
-[laughter] No one’s gonna be able to cook this. -[Seth laughs]
-[Roy] I-I have, uh… [Seth] There’s 200 ingredients. -We’re making pork sauce for chicken.
-[laughter] -It doesn’t add up, guys.
-[laughter] And he has not, at any point,
told anyone what to do. [laughter] It sounds like a… a recipe of mine. [laughter] [Roy] So, the pork marinade
has two things. On top of everything being complicated,
now two complicated recipes combined. And making them separately
and then combining them makes it taste different than if you just shoved it all
in one thing. [Roy] Um… -Yeah, just say yeah.
-That’s actually a good question. -We’d be saving a lot of time.
-I don’t know why. [laughter] -I just tapped into your OCD by accident.