the last episode was really good!!
it WAS!!! I was laughing so hard at the start and it was so cute and THAT IS 100% SUCH A VIDEO GAME THING TO HAPPEN WITH THE SHOOTY GUY I WAS DYING!!!! And it’s so pretty but also intense and the pretty music and the LION oh man. it was sooooo gooooodd
"love again" - a new demo!
man, one of these days i need to actually make a finished recording of a song, haha. but, for now, here is yet another demo!
i made a mistake
i let you in
and now i’m terrified
to love again
…I guess that’s sorta why I put up with his energy.
alright, so like i haven’t seen many people talking about Cooking with Dog and i feel like it should be brought to your attention if you weren’t aware. this is the best youtube channel of all time. a dog narrates as an adorable chef cooks delicious food. oh my god. super good for wasting hours on the internet and learning cool tips n tricks for when you cook. did i mention it is narrated by a dog. well it’s not a dog it’s a man. but he pretends to be a dog. that’s good enough for me.
- soup recipes
- rice recipes
- halloween recipes!!!
- blender recipes ie WHACK IT IN A BLENDER AND YR GOOD 2 GO
- summer noodle recipes
- donburi recipes
- ground meat recipes
- seafood recipes
- udon recipes
- vegetable dishes
- hot pot recipes
- chinese-influenced recipes
- western-influenced recipes
- and heaven forbid most popular sweet recipes
the show is very easy to follow with good clear video and step-by-step instructions provided by francis, who is the dog with which we are cooking.
they already have a lot of subscribers but head over and give em some likes and subscribe if you like it because they update pretty frequently. its so wonderful. share it with the world.
Red Dacca Bananas(Musa acuminata). They are smaller and plumper than the common Cavendish banana. When ripe, raw red bananas have a flesh that is cream to light pink in color. They are also softer and sweeter than the yellow Cavendish varieties, with a slight raspberry flavor. Many red bananas are imported from producers in Asia and South America. They are a favorite in Central America but are sold throughout the world.
this is so cool
i see quinn succeeded in making her banapples