Robert Pattinson Had an Absolutely Deranged Pasta Recipe, So Naturally People Had to Make It

by Jeremy Spirogis
Robert Pattinson on the red carpet

Actor Robert Pattinson shot to fame virtually in a single day together with his position because the horny vampire, Edward Cullen, within the Twilight Saga film franchise. More lately, he was filming his upcoming film, The Batman, earlier than the worldwide pandemic shut operations down. 

While in lockdown, Pattinson gave a considerably weird interview with GQ journal about how he has been coping – and blew up his microwave within the course of. We’ll fill you in on the main points of what occurred.

Robert Pattinson’s chaotic interview with GQ

Robert Pattinson on the red carpet
Robert Pattinson | Francois Durand for Dior/Getty Images

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Pattinson’s GQ interview begins with the star admitting that he has no sense of time, and that this isn’t a brand new symptom of the lockdown. Apparently, Pattinson has all the time struggled with understanding what day it’s:

“It’s a complaint which a lot of people have about me. This total… I don’t have a sense of time. I think something two years ago could actually be a week ago. It’s definitely been a complaint about my personality,” he shared within the interview.

The GQ article paints Pattinson as considerably of a paranoid oddball who has tried to cover out from the world when he can, contemplating his monumental fame. “I’m so terrified of being, like, arrested. You’re allowed to run around here. But the terror I feel from it is quite extreme,” he’s quoted as saying in regards to the lockdown procedures in London, the place he’s at the moment ready out the pandemic. 

Pattinson blew up his microwave together with his weird pasta recipe

But maybe essentially the most weird a part of the interview is a gigantic part of the article devoted to Pattinson’s adventures with microwaved pasta. He shared that he as soon as had a business concept to make “a pasta that you can hold in your hand”, which he named Piccolini Cuscino, or Little Pillow in Italian.

He even had a business assembly with the co-founder of the Santa Monica pasta restaurant Uovo, whose utter lack of a response discouraged Pattinson for some time.

Pattinson’s “recipe” is as follows: first, he microwaved some kind of pasta for eight minutes. Then, for a cause not identified to the readers, he piled sugar and sliced cheese on prime of one another inside aluminum foil and topped it off with crushed cornflakes, which he used as a result of he couldn’t discover breadcrumbs on the retailer.

After including some purple sauce (when the interviewer tried to make clear whether or not the recipe known as for tomato sauce, Pattinson vaguely replied that “any sauce” would do) and the microwaved pasta, Pattinson topped all the creation off with a hamburger bun that he flambéed with a retro lighter.

And — regardless of the interviewer’s warnings – tried to heat the entire thing up in a microwave, aluminum foil and all, which — in fact — promptly exploded.

Fans strive the recipe; say it’s disgusting

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Fans had been understandably bewildered by Pattinson’s Piccolini Cuscino. Some had been courageous sufficient to strive the recipe out for themselves at house. A Twitter consumer shared a photograph of a globby mess wrapped in tin foil with the caption, “[B]ehold [I] made Robert Pattinson’s Piccolini Cuscino.”

The tweet garnered over 400 likes, with followers expressing their disgust in response. “How much did you puke later?” somebody fairly requested. “[N]eeds more sugar,” one other replied sarcastically.

Edith Young from Man Repeller additionally made a courageous try on the mysterious Piccolini Cuscino, and took readers by way of every step. “It actually smells kind of good,” Young admits whereas she’s within the strategy of getting ready the dish. Alas, it doesn’t appear to have tasted pretty much as good because it smelled; Young writes, “I conclude that this dish would be well-suited for the menu of a Catskills resort, where an elderly woman once said to her friend: “Boy, the food at this place is really terrible.” 

It doesn’t appear to be Pattinson will likely be opening up his personal pasta restaurant anytime quickly.

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