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Old 11-18-2012, 08:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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There's an awesome youtube channel we ran into a few years ago called "cooking with dog" Japanese Food + Dog = Cooking with Dog - YouTube
Basically, a lady cooks delicious looking japanese food, while the "dog" tells you how to cook it. Super cute poodle, of course!
Check it out!
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That's pretty cool, though the translated title is a bit alarming! Thanksgiving Sweet Potato Mushipan looks like something we might try. Beau does not get to sit on the counter, however, because then there would be nothing left for anyone else to eat!
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I have seen that show before when looking for bento recipes. I used to cook with my mpoo Pumkin, but she sat on a chair not the counter for the same reason. But she loved being in the big middle of it all. Best of all, I knew where she was in the chair, so no stepping on puppy when going to refrigerator. :P

The recipes sound great, but I have issues finding some of the ingredients out here in the middle of now where. Need to make a Dallas run to stock up.
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My Yorkie insists at sitting at the bar when I'm cooking. People think it's funny that he enjoys the "cooking show"
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I love cooking with dog! I've been watching the channel for a long time now and I plan on trying some of the recipes. Francis is such a cutie.
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Gotta say, the title to this thread really threw me off.
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