Ever made a traditional Peking duck? Turns out it's a pretty involved process, requiring not only multiple steps but multiple days, cooking apparatuses, and spices. The end result: an incredibly crispy, juicy bird that's seriously delicious.
Spoiler alert: My favorite part is when Carey helps Brian blow up the duck with compressed air before it's broken down. It's kind of like blowing up a balloon... if said balloon were actually a duck.
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