As if dealing with a pandemic isn't enough, Ontario's premier is also making desserts. Doug Ford's cheesecake video kicked off the May long weekend. However, people noticed some similarities between the kitchen he used and one his nephew had used earlier.\nFord shared his cheesecake recipe in a May 15 tweet. Previously, Michael Ford (who is also a Toronto city councillor) had shared a photo of himself in his kitchen on April 27.\nSome eagle-eyed Twitter users pointed out that it appeared both members of the Ford family had been using the same kitchen.\n"Either Premier Doug Ford and Toronto councillor Michael Ford have a remarkably similar kitchen, or the rules that Doug makes for Ontarians doesn’t apply to him and his family. (Spoiler: it’s the same kitchen) #DougFraud," wrote @MetroManTO.\nThat same Twitter user also shared a second set of photos revealing more of the kitchen, showing a double-oven setup with exposed brick beside a back door with a window.\nThis raised further questions and theories from other users who saw the architectural similarities.\nQuestions floated as to whether Mike was visiting his uncle or vice versa, or if they had both visited the Ford family home on separate occasions.\nFurther evidence that Doug Ford is breaking his own rules against gatherings at home. This family is a bunch of hypocritical entitled grifters. #DougFraud pic.twitter.com/4pYybKtUvY— Pedro Marques (@MetroManTO) May 15, 2020\nThis long weekend try making my famous cheesecake! I’ve been making this recipe for years and it always brings back good family memories. Show us your #OntarioSpirit and share your baking videos! #cheesecake #washyourhands pic.twitter.com/sfA9K4epki— Doug Ford (@fordnation) May 15, 2020\nThrowing it down in my social distancing kitchen tonight with inspiration from my good friend @Mark_Grimes! pic.twitter.com/7tMRYfbdhS— Michael Ford (@MichaelFordTO) April 27, 2020\n"This must be the Ford Family home (Dianne and Doug Sr.'s place)... but still violates social distancing - Doug visiting a home he doesn't live in," wrote @TO_Resident.\n"Or Mike is visiting Doug. So confusing to keep track of the lies and double standards," replied @ConcernedPah.\nSome users also stated that Michael actually lives with Doug in the same home.\nIt would be interesting to know why Doug Ford was apparently in his nephew’s kitchen. Or has Michael Ford been posting from Doug Ford’s house? #onpoli #DougFordLies @ColinDMello @Travisdhanraj @CBCQueensPark @robertbenzie @CityCynthia @l_stone pic.twitter.com/lJNryxKyXz— Adam Lockett (@AdamLockett34) May 13, 2020\nThis must be the Ford Family home (Dianne and Doug Sr.'s place)... but still violates social distancing - Doug visiting a home he doesn't live in.— T.O. Resident (@TO_Resident) May 15, 2020\nOr Mike is visiting Doug. So confusing to keep track of the lies and double standards.— Canadian#1959-WashYourHandsAndStayHome (@ConcernedPah) May 15, 2020\nIt has already been reported that Michael is living with Doug!— yo-Dave (@djohn1985) May 15, 2020\nThey live together— Canadian (@BenVidal1) May 15, 2020\nIn an email to Narcity, the Premier's office confirmed that the family still owns the home previously lived in by Ford's mother.\nFord had already been under scrutiny for making a trip to his own cottage after telling Ontario residents that they shouldn't be doing the same.\nHe was also in hot water recently after having his daughters over to his house.