I’m not saying the Koreans in this video are creepy, but feeding them dog meat without their knowledge is creepy as hell. Because it turns out most Korean people don’t eat dog.
Videos and TV stations on cooking and recipes
I don’t do Easter. I don’t do the related special days around it. I don’t even really do chocolate eggs. But I have to have my hot cross buns.
“Are late night cookie cravings calling your name? Today, Marianne reveals her recipe for a single-serve fresh baked chocolate chip cookie, guaranteed to satisfy your sweet tooth!” – YT
Today (February 9th) is Shrove Tuesday, or Pancake Day, as it is now more commonly known. But what exactly is Shrove Tuesday, and what has it got to do with pancakes?
I don’t know, but Oxford Dictionaries does, and they helpfully made this short video explaining it all.
As promised, here are some snacks and such ideas for your New Year’s Eve party. They’re even tested out.
“These mini chocolate christmas puddings have an oozing liquid chocolate interior and can be made in advance and placed in the fridge until you are ready to bake them.” – YT
United States Thanksgiving is over, which signals the time that most people switch over into full-time Christmas mode. Or other holiday mode. I don’t mean to be mean to my non-Christmas-ing people out there.
Sigh. Sucks to be you if you don’t have a box of yellow cake mix. Or a can of puree pumpkin. US-centric, anyone?
Check out these sweet treats for your Halloween party.
It’s rather bizarre to think about it, but breakfasts differ wildly around the world. So, what’s eaten in Japan would make people in Norway turn their noses up, and vice versa.
I guess it’s not all that surprising, but the range in tastes and textures people think make the perfect start to the day vary so massively, it’s quite difficult to get your head around it.