Storm Reid dishes on ‘Chop It Up’

Reid answers rapid-fire questions about food and talks about her Facebook Watch show.
3:10 | 02/23/21

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Transcript for Storm Reid dishes on ‘Chop It Up’
You know our next guest from her roles in "The invisible man" and a "Wrinkle in time." She has a brand new series called "Chop it up." Check it out. Time is up. Niles, you only got two cookies in. You're over there being meticulous. Quality over quantity. Explain to me what your design is, sir. So this is -- this cookie is me. I call him nial. Storm Reid is joining us now. Storm, thank you for being with us. Your show "Chop it up" something you and your mom created. Tell us about it. How did it come about? Hello, everybody. Thank you for having me. I'm so excited to be here. But I think my mom wanted to create "Chop it up" for the main reason of trying to bridge the disconnect between older generations and gen-z. She was having multiple conversations with my friends and loved ones. She was like, storm, there's a side of me that nobody really gets to see. Is there a piece of content out there in the world where people can really see what gen-z is thinking and feeling? I was like no, that's a good idea. Facebook came to us with an opportunity to amplify our voice through there with a culture program and "Chop it up" was born. How do those things come out? You talk about gen-z is thinking. How does that come up with everything you're cooking in the kitchen? How does that work? I'm a foodie. I love to eat. The main purpose -- I don't look at "Chop it up" as a cooking show. I look at it as a conversation series by way of cooking. In each one of your episodes you have a segment called shake it up where you give your guests different challenges. We want to shake it up with you right now and give you a challenge. Food theme rapid fire questions. We'll see how much you can get through in 20 seconds. I have a stopwatch. T.J. Is going to ask you the questions. Let me know when, robes. A lot of pressure. Three, two, one. Something you always keep in your fridge? Jelly. Pineapple on a pizza, yes or no? Yes, absolutely. What is your go-to movie theater snack? I cannot stand popcorn. I like mozzarella sticks. Something is not right with her. She doesn't like popcorn. Pineapple on pizza, wow, I learned a lot. It's weird. I don't think I'm a picky eater. I'm just a selective, cultured eater. Storm Reid, congrats. So good to see you. Congrats on the show. It really, really is fun. We hope to see you back on "Gma3." Thank you for having me. Check out a brand new episode of "Chop it up" Friday on Facebook watch.

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