Nebraska Weather Service commemorates climate emergency by baking biscuits inside a hot car

Ten years ago, we showed you a method for baking cookies on your car dashboard on hot days while you're at work, filling your car with delicious baking smells and a tray of warm cookies for the commute home.

Now, as the climate emergency deepens, car cookies are making a comeback, with the Nebraska Weather Service livetweeting its attempt to bake biscuits on a car dashboard amid an unprecedented midwestern heat-wave. The pan reached 185' F, and after 8 hours, the "slightly doughy" cookies had reached an internal temperature of 144.5' F.

(via The New York Post)