Nigella Lawson surprised fans as she uttered “microwave”.
The telefilm and presenter sent her fans into a frenzy when the latest installment of her BBC show Cook, Brick, Repeat aired on the BBC on Monday.
During the episode, the brunette bombshell was seen cooking in the wind as she explained how brown butter stains – veggie-filled mashed potatoes – could be cooked to a food-loving audience.
However, as he is listed with the help of chef Mike, the name of this 60-year-old child can be heard pronouncing the name of the appliance in a very strange way.
He said: “I still need some milk – full fat – which I warmed up in the micro-wa-way,” while she was cracking with cooking.
Nigella went on social media to debate her bizarre pronunciation and sent the audience to the toilet.
Many fell into hysterics and others questioned whether they had heard Epic TV wrong.
One wrote on Twitter: “The way @Nigela_Lawson pronounced ‘microwave’ is a set moment in 2020. #cookatrept”.
Another joke: “I love last night @Nigela_Lawson told us we’ve been misquoting the microwave all the time. A public service.”
The third man announced: “From now on, ‘macroveys’ will be in my vocabulary forever and the queen of microwaves will cease to exist @Nigella_Lawson said.
“Thanks and good night.”
And the fourth wrote: “How do I set the microwave accent of Nigerian Lawson as my ringtone?”
Despite being ridiculed on social media, it seems Nigela is probably showing his Sanskrit side.
The chef looked as if his pronunciation of the word was close to how the Italian and Spanish people said it to the microwave.
Her account liked a fan tweet that explained it to other viewers, which read: “[It’s] Declared as an Italian or Spanish person / mee-kro-wa-wah s / i.e. in the right way “
Her latest cooking show has grown in huge numbers in recent weeks as she looks to tele personality for inspirational recipe inspiration.
Fans were once again surprised when he shared his “two-stage” hack last month to share the perfect piece of toast in the long five-minute segment.
In the clip, the food lover shows off a piece of his toast that had already melted butter in it as he spoke to the audience through buttering and re-buttering his bread before shaking the sea salt.
But viewers who weren’t sure that Nigel’s hack revolutionaries accepted it Twitter To mock him mercilessly for the department.
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