In the new movie Sausage Party, Seth Rogen stars as a hopeful grocery store sausage who ends up in the horror movie that is the American kitchen. With all the anthropomorphic food characters getting chopped up and eaten in the filmRogen decided to team up with Munchies and turn the tables on his animated self, learning how to make sausage and eating the final product.

To help Rogen finally find out how the not-so-proverbial sausage gets made, Rogen linked up with Jamie Bissonnette, the James Beard Award-winning chef behind the culinary giant Toro. After Rogen gives a brief rendition of Lil Jon's "Get Low"—teaching Bissonnette​ what the phrase "skeet skeet" means—the pair proceed to make a traditional chorizo, mixing and grinding the meat themselves. 

Rogen tells stories about the making of his new movie (unsurprisingly, he came up with characters for Sausage Party by getting stoned and walking the aisles of his local grocery store), and the pair make more sexual innuendos than you thought were possible. The chorizo, however, actually comes out looking pretty delicious. 

"That's a very erotic process. I can't take my eyes off it," Rogen says at one point in the clip. "I don't know why people don't want to know how sausage is made, because it's maybe the sexiest thing I've ever seen in my entire life." 

The kitchen wasn't the only place Rogen hit up on his press tour for Sausage Party this week. The actor also set up some animatronic food items in a Manhattan grocery store and used hidden cameras to prank random customers. Check out the video below to see Rogen shout at the unsuspecting shoppers as they try to handle the life-like produce. 

[via Munchies, Sony Pictures]