Nov 162011
 

This video from 2009 only went viral now. Remember the Lady And The Tramp’s romantic spaghetti scene? Well, here’s an In Real Life inter species version. Queenie, the bird, feeds her good friend Kenzie, the Malamute dog, some yummy pasta.

 


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Nov 042011
 

The food industry in India can’t be slow. Heck, they have over a billion mouths to feed. There are hungry mouths to feed, and people are waiting. No only do these food industry employees cook and work in great haste, but they also add a bit of pizzazz and flair. 

 


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Nov 042011
 

For her new song In Your Arms,  made a stop motion music video entirely out of jelly beans. Over 280,000 to be specific. Thirty people spent more than 1,000 hours creating this yummy, sugary master piece. And the music’s nice, too. The video is featured on YouTubeTrends

 


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Oct 312011
 

There are many videos of alligator snapping turtles eating stuff. This particular video from July just went viral now, and is featured on SayOMG and TheDailyWhat. A daring Japanese alligator snapping turtle handler feeds his chomping friend a min watermelon. The turtle strikes with great speed and force. 

 


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Oct 292011
 

The worst part about spaghetti is waiting so long for that huge pot of water to boil. And it’s also a big waste of water. Well food channel  just changed everything. Harold McGee, author of Keys to Good Cooking: A Guide to Making the Best of Foods and Recipes, shows us a genius secret that seems so obvious now.

You can make pasta in a small pan by just adding one and a half quarts of cold water to your pasta, then cooking at medium high heat. McGee claims the noodles won’t stick at first because the water starts cold. When done you can use the remaining water to make a great sauce.

Of course, many professional chefs are screaming at their computer screens that this is not the proper way to make pasta, as the noodles actually need a lot of water and room to come out just right. 

 


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