Watch these chefs use lava to cook steak
Everyone loves a good steak.
But would you like one cooked by lava?
Sam Bompas and Harry Parr, a British chef duo who love experimenting with their food, wondered how that would pan out.
They travelled to Syracuse in the United States to link up with Syracuse University's Professor Robert Wysocki.
Using a special industrial bronze furnace which was transformed into an artificial volcano by Prof Wysocki, Bompas & Parr - as the duo are known - set about grilling ribeye steaks over an actual flowing river of lava.
Bompas later told the Mail Online that the result was "the best steak I've ever had in my life" and that he had "big plans" to create a "lava banquet for 500 people".
Watch the video above to see the lava cooking process!
You can also read more about Bompas & Parr's experimental cooking methods, including using LIGHTNING to cook steak, on their website.
Sources: Mail Online, Bompas & Parr