This is a "feature" on the Cooking Channel. It's about the length of a commercial, but I think is supposed to be educational.
The one I saw last night was about eating tacos. Our host, a youngish guy (about 28) in a plaid button down, told us how hard it was to eat tacos because the crunchy shells would break and all would spill out. One solution was to wrap a flour tortilla around the fried one, but apparently that didn't work for some people. So, the next solution was to use refried beans to "glue" (his words, not mine) the two tortillas together. This apparently is wonderful.
Then, he brings out a local restranteur who is apparently famous for his broccoli tacos. And his ingenious solution to the "problem" is to use hummus made from black beans as the glue.
So many WTFs - I am just happy that the millions of Mexicans won't have to see this. Who are these idiots, who made them think they knew anything about tacos, and who in the world wants to eat a broccoli taco? Is this a form of humor that I am too old to understand?