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Mario Lopez Deep Throats Steve Martorano's Sandwich on Kris Jenner Show (Video)

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Yesterday, everyone's favorite mom and Florida's favorite cook met to make a little chicken cutlet -- and the results were kinda amazing.

Steve Martorano, the owner of Cafe Martorano and Martorano's Italian-American Kitchen, went on the Kris Jenner Show to demonstrate how to make a chicken cutlet sandwich. Pretty basic and delicious stuff, right?

The sandwich came out so yummy, that co-host Mario Lopez got carried away with the oversized sammy -- turning a cooking demo into a make-out session with the meal in question.

Watch Mario Lopez go for it here:

Watch the entire show here:

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