|Sacks5thAvenButt - 2010-01-09 |
I thought we were making ObiTrice
|baleen - 2010-01-09 |
That's the most anal retentive way I've ever seen somebody cut an onion.
It's really quite easy to finely cube an onion without having to do that.
Yeah I always wondered that myself; it's enough to just slice the onion from top to bottom, because the layers come off each other anyway and become cubes.
|cognitivedissonance - 2010-01-09 |
I love these. I'll even go so far as to admit I've started chopping my onions like that.
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|paranex - 2010-01-09 |
I imagine hosting a cooking show is a bullshit job if you're a dog: You sit through an hour of mouth-watering food being prepared and get to eat none of it. Just listen to that sad whimper at the end. He's the Al Bundy of Japanese housepets!
|poorwill - 2010-01-09 |
I think she went a little overboard with the ketchup.
|Urburos - 2010-01-09 |
Dog- Hey... I helped make that, don't I get some?
|pastorofmuppets - 2010-01-10 |
I was one of those ignorant people who thought you don't eat whole bay leaves. When she popped it in her mouth I briefly thought WAIT, NO and then my culinary world was shattered.
Also, I am lending a vote of support to that onion chop. Perhaps there are other chopping tricks that I have yet to learn.
Asians can't be trusted with ketchup. Sorry, but it's true.
Also, I guess she didn't eat the bay leaf. That's some clever use of pronouns.
|La Loco - 2010-01-10 |
Nothing about that video increased my apatite.
|splatterbabble - 2010-02-28 |
He kept saying "Omurice" like "Ohm-rice" which brought back memories of Nausicaa and the giant Ohmu.
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