Popcorn shrimp. Rather, with more precise punctuation: "popcorn. shrimp."
Here we see the classic stylings of a masterful and established chef. No, my mistake, that's not really what we see at all, is it? I must've misplaced my glasses. But we do get a nice dose of mock swedish. (Though that's not the chef's native language. He actually speaks mock japanese.)
Next Generation Swedish Cooking
I have to imagine that step 5 of the recipe is something like "Boil water with your PURE WHITE-HOT RAGE!"
No "extreme" cooking necessary. This is just his regular ordinary cooking... if you're swedish! And we get a nice dose of genuine swenglish.
Remember: It's good for you.
So what conclusions can we draw about the complex and evolved Swedish culinary style?
That it can result in grievous bodily harm. And thus stronger generations of cooks evolve.