The Office's Recipe for 'Kevin's Famous Chili' Is Hidden Inside Peacock's User Agreement |

2022-04-25 07:34:27 By : Ms. Kono Guan

Peacock is giving fans of The Office a reward for making it all the way through their user agreement.

The NBC Universal streaming platform — the only with all seasons of the beloved Steve Carrell sitcom — buried the recipe for "Kevin's Famous Chili" deep inside the terms and conditions, as an Easter egg for viewers to find.

Luckily, the boyfriend of TikTok user @mckenziefloyd read through the legal jargon rather than just checking the "accept all." Floyd shared a video of his discovery on the social media site, in a since viral video.

"I'm trying to figure out why the chili from The Office, the recipe, is on here in the terms of conditions with the instructions," Floyd said in the clip. "Why was that necessary to put on here? And then it just goes back to the regular terms and conditions. I'm not understanding!"

For those not familiar with The Office, "Kevin's Famous Chili" appears in episode 26 of season 5, when Kevin Malone (played by Brian Baumgartner) reveals that once a year he likes to bring the food item into the office for his Dunder Mifflin co-workers to enjoy.

"The trick is to undercook the onions," he says, carrying an oversized pot of his chili. "Everybody is going to get to know each other in the pot."

Of course, in pure Office fashion, Kevin then drops the pot, spilling chili all over the floor. He hilariously attempts to scoop it up and put it back into the pot, to no avail.

"I'm serious about this stuff," he continues, in voiceover. "I'm up the night before, pressing garlic and dicing whole tomatoes. I toast my own ancho chills. It's a recipe passed down by Malones for generations. It's probably the thing I do best."

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So how do you make it? Here's Peacock's recipe, pulled from their agreement.

"While we wish you could dish us up a bowlful (without spilling it all over our reception area, naturally), feel free to share this recipe (tagging @peacocktv, of course)," they wrote. "And now, back to your regularly scheduled legal document."

This recipe was provided to PEOPLE by a third-party source and has not been tested for home use.