Governor Scott Walker teaches the world how not to grill
Is Governor Scott Walker fit for public office?
On Sunday, the Wisconsin governor tweeted a photo of what appeared to be him at his grill. It was a proud moment for the governor—he used three whole exclamation points in his caption—until, of course, people who actually know how to grill started to pay attention.
Twitter launched an immediate independent investigation into the governor’s technique.
Though their report has yet to be completed, they’ve already highlighted multiple critical flaws in his grill display:
1. Failure to separate meats from veggies
@ScottWalker Raw vegetables jammed up against raw chicken? Geeze, call your UW Extension food safety volunteers! Or have you cut their funding?
— Tina McGugan (@TinaMcGugan) May 29, 2017
Meat and vegetables cook at different temperatures, and thus, should be cooked on separate parts of the grill, like so:
2. Alignment of chicken and beef on the same skewer
@ScottWalker Uh, you got beef & chicken on the same skewers. One of those is gonna get overcooked.
— Coliseum Sewage (@ColiseumSewage) May 29, 2017
Chicken and beef also cook at different temperatures, and should not be placed on the same skewer.
3. Dangerously low levels of salt and pepper
@ScottWalker scott do you somehow hate flavor even more than you hate unions?
— Eric Brown 🌹 (@ericbrownzzz) May 29, 2017
An epically bland grill for a historically bland man.
4. Overall poor presentation
Grilling is more than just meats and veggies. It’s an art form that requires skill and care. More than anything, Twitter was deeply disappointed with the governor’s overall presentation.
@ScottWalker No one will allow you to bring the potato salad for as long as you walk this earth.
— Kat Kinsman (@kittenwithawhip) May 29, 2017
It’s just Twitter grillin’ the grilling!!! governor.