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Fake chef pranks local news morning shows

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The fake chef struck five morning shows in the Midwest during the holiday season. (YouTube)

(PIX11) — A fake chef has been making the rounds in the Midwest morning news circuit, and the results have been hilarious (and gross).

Keith Guerke says he is a “self-taught” chef and that he’s “kind of unorthodox.”

Guerke, whose real name┬áNick Prueher, appeared on five morning shows throughout the past holiday season, promoting is fictitious book, “Leftovers Right.”

During his appearance on WITI in Milwaukee, he made mashed potato ice cream cones, among another bizarre leftover creations.

Where was the food for the “leftover” segments from? KFC, the prankster later revealed.