In fact, there is not much evidence needed to understand that almost every program we see on television screens is fiction. These programs, which have a budget, have a fixed broadcast schedule, and have a rating to catch, do not leave their work to chance; by a huge team working behind are written and managed. Shots are made over and over again; The one-on-one scene is sometimes set two days in a row, and when this happens, glitches and mistakes are inevitable.
However, it is customary that just as in a scene of a series, an inattentiveness or mistake can draw attention, the same situation applies to programs as well. Masterchef, one of the most well-known programs in our country, is one of this type. a little mistake, came up with a funny result. In a tray of baklava prepared in the program, the slices increased after cooking.
We counted, 35 slices:
In the program, in a scene where the group is making baklava together, the baklavas are carefully sliced, and they even make a small calculation while slicing. Now the baklava, which is sliced while uncooked, is divided into 35 slices and given to a nice oven. Then pomegranate-like fried baklavas that come out of the oven to be sherbetted, 42 slices
It comes out as .
If you want to take a look at the image where the baklavas seem to have come out of the Nasreddin Hodja joke; You can check out the scenes at 14:11 and 16:30 in the image below.