Cheese Dogs

How To : Make delicious chili cheese dogs with Rachael Ray

It's officially football season, which means of course it's also all-American comfort food season. After all, hot dogs, french fries, chips, and beer are as American as the game itself. Prep for your Superbowl Sunday by making this easy and quick chili cheese dogs. The added ...more

How To : Grill bacon cheese hot dogs and stuffed sausages

These real easy to grill BBQ Pit Boys "Bad Boy" cheese stuffed bacon hotdogs, and stuffed sausages will be real popular at your next Barbecue. Be sure to make up a bunch for the grill. Watch this how to video to learn those tips and tricks on how to make some real great tastin ...more

How To : Make cream cheese and honey treats for your dog

Shobha George, owner of Dog About Town pet bakery and boutique, is going to show you how to make cream cheese and honey dog treats. This video walk through makes baking dog treats as simple as baking cookies. Plus, most of the ingredients may already be in your home. The ingre ...more

News : sonic the mellow walkthrough

I could not stop laughing at this walkthrough. It's Christopher Florence, and he's going to take you through the original Sonic Jam on easy, "you know, no stress". "Nothing to worry about". At about 5:52 or so he starts talking about chili cheese dogs. It's great.

How To : Make Cream Cheese Brownies

On the Fourth of July, we like to celebrate by consuming lots of rich, savory (and unfortunately, belly engorging) food, including barbecued meats, hot dogs, and chips. So when it comes time for dessert, you're usually craving something less flavor-popping and spicy. Enter th ...more

How To : Bake summer savory dog biscuits

This video describes how to bake summer savory dog biscuits. For ingredients you need 2 cups of Keen dog food, 2 cups of warm water, 1/2 cup of grated parmesan cheese, 1/2 cup raw ground beef, 1/4 cup of grated raw zucchini, and 2 large eggs. You will bake the recipe at 350 fo ...more

How To : Make Takoyaki (Japanese Octopus Dumpling Balls)

This tutorial video will teach you to make Takoyaki, a Japanese octopus dumpling ball. Ingredients for Takoyaki (serves 2) - Takoyaki Batter - 1 Egg 340ml Icy Water (1.437 u.s. cup) 1/2 tsp Granulated Dashi (1/4 tsp Kombu Dashi & 1/4 tsp Bonito Dashi) 1 tsp Soy Sauce A Pinch ...more

News : Try Stuffing Your Face With 5.9 Kilos of Poutine

Ever had poutine? It's a Québécois dish, consisting of french fries topped in fresh cheese curd and then smothered in brown gravy. Regardless of personal taste (personally, I find it stomach churning), just imagine stuffing your face with as much poutine as possible for ten w ...more

How To : Make a mini polymer clay hot dog for a dollhouse

Create a loaded hot dog perfect for any dollhouse kitchen! Learn to create a hot dog topped with ketchup, mustard, sauerkraut, cheese, onions, and relish all out of polymer clay! First start the onions out of translucent clay. Roll it out in the pasta machine and cut off littl ...more

How To : Make hot dog flavored sausage rolls

David, the one pot chef, shows us how to make a hot dog flavored sausage rolls. Firstly, the sausages are browned up using a frying pan but not totally cooked though. They will be later cooked in the oven. To make things easy, puff pastry is taken and is made to defrost and is ...more

News : Totally Insanewiches

Insanewiches proves there are endless ways to dream up a sandwich- some slightly more edible than others. Get inspired (or nauseous): The McPumpkin The Hot Cross Monster The Pepperoni Sub Denny’s Fried Cheese Melt (Yep, those are Moz Sticks) The Pregnancy Craving Sandwich ...more

How To : Make homemade Boomer ball dog treats

An animal keeper shares the recipe for her Boomer Ball dog treat in this how to video. Watch and learn how to keep your dog entertained and happy with delicious dog treats that any pet would love. All you need for this homemade boomer dog treats is a two liter soda bottle, tap ...more

How To : Make Filipino embutido (meatloaf)

How to make Filipino embutido or meatloaf. Gather together ground pork, ground sausage, hard boiled eggs, sweet pickle relish, sweet sauce, cheddar cheese, green and red bell pepper, raisins, minced onions, and breadcrumbs. In a large container add ground pork, sausage, breadc ...more

How To : Make chicken cordon bleu

Chicken cordon bleu is chicken breast stuffed with cheese and ham. It is a great recipe to make when for your next dinner party. Impress your friends by making chicken cordon bleu for them. Chicken Cordon Bleu Ingredients: * 8 boneless chicken breast halves (8 oz. each) [or b ...more

How To : Make tomato ketchup spaghetti with subtitles

In this video, you learn how to make napolitan (tomato ketchup spaghetti). This fun and delicious, and of course economical meal is a great dish for anyone in a hurry, or on a budget. This video, of "Cooking with Dog" you'll learn everything you need and what to do to achieve ...more

How To : Make pigs in a blanket with crescent roll batter

Andrea Can Cook demonstrates how to make pigs in a blanket using crescent rolls. First, preheat the oven to 375 degrees. To make pigs in a blanket, you will need a tube of crescent rolls and hot dogs. Unfold the crescent rolls onto a baking sheet. Roll up the hot dogs in the c ...more

How To : Feed your dog multiple pills without fuss

Most dogs will be able to tell the difference between a pill and, let's say… a piece of cheese. They aren't as stupid as you think. One is for eating and one is for spitting out. Well, this is a short video tutorial to teach you how to feed your dog multiple pills without fuss ...more

NYT : Culinary Creativity Fueled by Marijuana?

Is it possible that creativity in the kitchen could be accredited to marijuana use? Stoners are certainly known for relishing the art of yummy food. Certainly not all chefs are potheads, but the New York Times presents an interesting portrait of those who are. Check out their ...more

How To : Use peanut butter in unusual ways

Got an urge to get that peanut butter jar out for something else other than a peanut butter & jelly sandwich? Peanut butter has many uses in addition to being a healthy treat. In this video, learn how to use peanut butter in unusual ways. What you will need: • A dog or cat ...more

How To : Deal with rats

The best way to keep rats out is by making it difficult and unappealing for them to come inside. Keep your house clean and free of anything that a rat might want to eat. Rats can fit through very small opening so go on the defensive and keep rats where they belong. Simply put ...more

How To : 5 Amazing 2-in-1 Meals to Satisfy Your Munchies

We've all been there. You can't decide what you want to eat and, even more confusingly, you want two distinctly different things, whether it's sweet and salty, Chinese and, well, cheese. Chances are when you're in this state of indecision, you also want to make this mythically ...more

How To : Deep Fry All the Things! Try These 5 to Start

Fried food is the best. That's not an opinion; that's a fact, Jack. And while fried standards like wings, French fries, and onion rings are all stellar, there's no way you should stop there. I believe that nearly anything and everything should be fried—even the healthy stuff. ...more

How To : 5 Savory Appetizers You Can Make in a Muffin Tin

To me, the term muffin tin is a lot like Voldemort—it should never be uttered. Not for being evil, however... instead, it's because it's inaccurate. First of all, muffin tins are hardly ever made out of tin anymore. (The materials on trend are stainless steel, cast iron, and ...more

News : Fantastic Food Deals for Super Bowl 50

The big day is nearly here... Super Bowl 50 kicks off this Sunday, February 7, at 3:30 p.m. PST (6:30 p.m. EST). And whether you're having a giant party or watching the game on your big-screen TV by yourself, there's one thing you probably won't be doing: cooking food in your ...more

How To : Tell When It's Safe to Eat Around Moldy Food

It's always the snack you're most looking forward to that ends up being moldy when you open the fridge to grab it. Always. That slice of leftover pizza or chunk of cheese you've been thinking about all day? We've all been there. What separates us is how we choose to deal with ...more

News : Eat 43 hotdogs in 10 minutes - and not puke

Speed Eater Joey Chestnut beat six-time reigning world record holder Takeru Kobayashi, eating 66 hotdogs in only 12 minutes in July 2007. How can we not admire his repulsive skills? In this Time Magazine video, he dishes secrets on HowTo speed-eat. Basically, it takes rhyth ...more

How To : Grill Pizza Like a Pro

When I was a kid, there was just pizza. You ordered from whatever nationwide chain was near you and they made your pizza in an oven. There certainly weren't these highfalutin pizza subsets that have more choices than a cheese shop. Wood-fired, brick oven, artisanal, make-your- ...more

How To : 5 Fruits to Throw on the Grill This Summer

The grill isn't just a place for burgers, dogs, and corn anymore. Fresh fruit has made its way into barbecue territory, with results so good, you'll think twice about settling for fruit salad. While some fruits are common enough on the grill (like pineapple), these six are mor ...more

How To : Make & Use Breadcrumbs at Home (Bread Optional)

Using breadcrumbs in the kitchen is the perfect way to add crisp and crunch to the usual salad, entrée, or dessert. As chef and media personality Mario Batali once said, "There's almost nothing I wouldn't put homemade breadcrumbs on." Making crumbs themselves is just plain ea ...more

How To : Organize Your Fridge More Efficiently

The fridge is the heart of the kitchen; take it away, and the whole operation falls apart. Yet, despite this, the fridge is also one of the most overlooked appliances in any kitchen. Most people organize their drawers and shelves for maximum efficiency, while many others buy i ...more

How To : 15 Mind-Blowing Ways to Use Leftover Pickle Juice

Pickles come in all shapes, sizes, and names (gherkins in the UK, cornichons in France). There are even crazy flavors such as koolickles—dill pickles soaked in a mixture of Kool-Aid and brine, an American South favorite. Whatever sort of pickle tickles your fancy, you can coun ...more

How To : 10 Clever Ways to Use Juicing Pulp in Your Cooking

Juicing fruits and vegetables is very beneficial to your health. For some, it's a trend; but to me, it's a part of my morning routine. However, the negative side to juicing large quantities of fruits and vegetables is that leftover pulp can be wasted. Thankfully, this is easi ...more

How To : 10 Insanely Delicious Pizza Dough Hacks

If I could survive on one food for the rest of my life, it would be pizza. The irresistible smell of baking pizza instantly makes me feel both comforted... and hungry! While frozen pizza can satisfy your cravings, using fresh dough to make your own pizza is definitely much mo ...more

How To : A Beginner's Guide to Gluten-Free Baking

What is gluten, why do some people think it is pure culinary evil, and why are there more and more products devoted to being free of this mysterious substance? Here's what one person thinks: What Is Gluten Really? Gluten is a protein found in wheat (including lesser-known spe ...more

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