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Mutt Mugging: The Next LOL Cat?

Mutt Mugging: The Next LOL Cat?


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We love this steamy Instagram trend

For most, coffee is an essential ingredient needed to make every morning bearable. But what if you could have your coffee with a side of puppy? We’d be all about it! The Instagram trend that hit in early January features posters’ pups sweetly faux-posing in coffee mugs.These adorable dogs are all over the public sphere and some of them couldn’t be any cuter. Check out these sweet puppies perfectly posed in a morning cup-of-joe. If you have your own, hit us up on Instagram or even on Twitter @thedailymeal and share your #muttmuggin photo today!

The Main Idea
So basically, this is what #muttmuggin looks like.

Inception Puppy
It’s a French Bulldog inside a French Bulldog. Blown away.

Latte Love
Um, ok. We’re done. This is too adorable. The dollop of whip cream...it is just too much cuteness to handle.


Sanitized Internet?

Every once in awhile - I notice this shit and it is disturbing. Recently in another thread (Song of the Day), I realized much of what I grew up on, musically, doesn't live on the internet. Sad days indeed for the younger crowd IMO.

Today, literally, I am seeing more shit, literally, removed. MtnCreek posted about a cat with a broken leg, and I was gonna joke about Gato-Que (as I own a PITA cat who I threaten with the grill from time to time). This was a thing in South America, and I have seen first hand on the internet. Gone. Completely. As of today for sure. My last trip to Korea is what makes me aware of this, as I would horrify civilians with stories of shit I ate around the globe. In 1993, my last trip to Korea, dog, cat, chicken lips and claws were all basically on the menu. Today? Scarcely any mention on the internet. Two "sanitary" wikis remain for dog and cat:

Dog meat consumption in South Korea - Wikipedia

Cat meat - Wikipedia

Cannot remember the name for cat dishes in Korea-it was like the (dog) Gaegogi, but slightly different. Bulgogi was grilled beef for street food so you get the idea. Gone. Completely. Certainly as of today.

There were nuances as I was explained: Black dog (racist shit I know)-was preferred as they have "purple meat" that cooks best. I decided immediately to never ask what I was eating until I decided if it was tasty and that served me fine. Often, the ingredients were bizarre.

Anyhoo. I guess I am surprised the interwebs are being scrubbed as hard as they are. And I shouldn't be. This past year has stunned me beyond words.

Anyone else see shit disappearing that will affect subsequent generations? I am seriously asking and know this will devolve quickly. But it could provide instructive for folks like me that missed the fuckin' memo. Commie asshats, the lot of them!

Skwerl opinions at your own risk.

Acudaowner

Old Salt

Hobo Hilton

Private

Being old has some advantages.

I remember life before:
Internet
Computers
Cell Phones
Interstate Highways
Color TV, remote controls
LED lights
TV dinners
Cruise control on cars
Central Air conditioning and heat
My list is long.

I know shit disappeared from life 70 years ago. Perhaps just not as quick.

10ring'r

Old, Fat, Grumpy, Gimpy and have no F's to give!

Not a Sniper

Once more unto the breach.

I really was at a loss today looking for cat recipes. Bizarre as that sounds-fuck you, we're in the pit!

I know what I have seen before and it is gone. That is a bit unsettling to me. I know we have Commies among us, but damn. They scrub the written word as fast as it suits them. I guess I never considered non-political shit as being verboten. It clearly is.

For those that doubt what is happening-this is my offering on what I see and now know.

These bitches will define me as a criminal before I am an ex-Parrot, for sure. 20 years serving the country-immaterial.

Unconstitutionally criminal-by any definition.

At least they know to keep some lame force as a show of (3rd world) force, and they broadcast to the entire world what they are doing. The results will shock no one.

Not a Sniper

Once more unto the breach.

The way I learned "Souvlaki" was Greek grilled meat. (Bulgogi Korea vs Greece).

The way I cook that shit-is flavor based.

Souvlaki to me in Chicago is "gyro". I do lamb or pork or whatever with the same flavors. On pita with Tsatziki. No one complains.

If I look that shit up on the internet-with NO results. I wonder WTF. Just WTF?!

Not a Sniper

Once more unto the breach.

10ring'r

Old, Fat, Grumpy, Gimpy and have no F's to give!

The way I learned "Souvlaki" was Greek grilled meat. (Bulgogi Korea vs Greece).

The way I cook that shit-is flavor based.

Souvlaki to me in Chicago is "gyro". I do lamb or pork or whatever with the same flavors. On pita with Tsatziki. No one complains.

If I look that shit up on the internet-with NO results. I wonder WTF. Just WTF?!

Marinevet1

Full Member

Not a Sniper

Once more unto the breach.

Glad it isn't just me, Someone MUST know about this shit.

X2cross

Joe Dirtè

Maggot

Better to die on your feet than live on your knees

Ravenworks

Semper-Fi "80-84"

RGStory

Sergeant of the Hide

Just tried this and the first thing I obtained was the following recipe. Perhaps my searching habits differ from your own.

"
Time
5 hours
Ingredients
1 cat
½ red onion
1 pimiento
1 clove of garlic
2 ½ dl coconut milk
2 ½ dl cream
2 tbsp meat extract
Juice of lime
Ginger
Butter

Instructions
Skin, fillet and chop the kitty cat. Start your coffee maker, grease the heater and place the pieces of your cat onto it. Fry it until they are cooked throughly and tender, it will take about an hour (it depends on what cut of meat you’re using and how fresh it is). Remove the meat and wipe the heater.

Chop all of the remaining ingredients that shall be chopped. Put a dollop of butter into the carafe, let it melt and then put the onion and the garlic in the carafe and fry it for about half an hour. Season with ginger. Add coconut milk, cream and meat extract and let it cook for two hours – it should get really warm. After that add the cat meat and wait a bit longer. Finally add pimiento pieces, lime juice and season generously with freshly ground black pepper and just a little salt. Turn off your coffee maker.

The best way to serve this delicious cat stew is accompanied by a glass of a tasty red wine and freshly baked bread."

W54/XM-388

Online Training Member

Most people make the mistake of thinking Google = Internet

Too many folks can barely figure out how to search for something on Google, let alone find it on the internet if Google doesn't point them to it on the first page of the first attempt.

Not a Sniper

Once more unto the breach.

Just tried this and the first thing I obtained was the following recipe. Perhaps my searching habits differ from your own.

"
Time
5 hours
Ingredients
1 cat
½ red onion
1 pimiento
1 clove of garlic
2 ½ dl coconut milk
2 ½ dl cream
2 tbsp meat extract
Juice of lime
Ginger
Butter

Instructions
Skin, fillet and chop the kitty cat. Start your coffee maker, grease the heater and place the pieces of your cat onto it. Fry it until they are cooked throughly and tender, it will take about an hour (it depends on what cut of meat you’re using and how fresh it is). Remove the meat and wipe the heater.

Chop all of the remaining ingredients that shall be chopped. Put a dollop of butter into the carafe, let it melt and then put the onion and the garlic in the carafe and fry it for about half an hour. Season with ginger. Add coconut milk, cream and meat extract and let it cook for two hours – it should get really warm. After that add the cat meat and wait a bit longer. Finally add pimiento pieces, lime juice and season generously with freshly ground black pepper and just a little salt. Turn off your coffee maker.

The best way to serve this delicious cat stew is accompanied by a glass of a tasty red wine and freshly baked bread."

I then overturn my drunken rant.

I used Firefox/DuckDuckGo several ways - not sure what is up. I know what I'll be doing next.


What about your jealous puppy in the back. He deserves to show off too.

I’ll post a little something of my Good Boi Moose in a bit because he totally does deserve to show off.

The dog in the background: Am I a joke to you¿

Mean mugging that baby puppy from the back.

Notice how he's looking at the pup, but facing away. Totally wants attention!

All good bois are good, but some good bois are more good than others. It's in the Good Boi Bible, Old Testament.

He is peering into your soul.

He’s not confused he’s just cute. HE’S SO CUTE.

What kinda breed is that? So damn cute. Both of them :D

They’re both rescues and everyone had a guess so we had them DNA tested a little while ago. The orange puppy is a German Shepherd/Chow chow with a tiny bit of pit bull. My bigger boy, Moose, is a super mutt: Malamute, husky, shepherd, chow chow, lab, and border collie!


2. Woof, Woof, I Want More Beef & Veggie Crockpot

If you own a slow cooker, then this recipe is the perfect choice for you. You can simply gather all the ingredients and dump them in the cooker. Let it cook before you go to work and come home to find a 10-days worth of homemade dog food. You can also customizable the veggies to your dog’s liking. Easy-peasy!

total time:6 hours

Ingredients:

  • 1 1/2 cups brown rice
  • 1 (425-grams) can kidney beans
  • 1 kilogram ground beef
  • 1 1/2 cups chopped butternut squash
  • 1 1/2 cups chopped carrots
  • 1/2 cup peas

How to prepare:

  1. Stir the ground beef, brown rice, kidney beans, butternut squash, carrots, peas and 4 cups water into the slow cooker.
  2. Cover and cook on low heat for 6 hours or high heat for 3 hours.
  3. Let it cool completely.


35 Crossbreed Dogs That Will Make You Fall In Love With Mutts

Viktorija Gabulaitė
BoredPanda staff

With more than 300 existing dog breeds, you think that there would be a choice for every hound lover. From sighthounds and cattle dogs to companions and setters, the plethora of dog types is astonishing. But you know what's even more charming than the cutest, fluffiest Pomeranian? A big-hearted, fantastically colored mutt!

A crossbreed pooch might not enter official dog beauty pageants, but these dog breed mixes are not only charming but also healthier than their purebred counterparts. Buying a thoroughly bred dog guarantees the puppy's character, working qualities, and exceptional looks, but this kind of pedigree can also give some negative traits, such as various genetic disorders. Mixed breed dogs, in that sense, are much more resilient and show greater longevity.

Now, we do not advocate careless dog breeding, with the shelters overfilled, but these doggies are more than adorable! Scroll down below for our picks of the dainty best mixed breed dogs and be prepared for an urge to get your own mutt!


145 Best Dad Jokes That Will Have the Whole Family Laughing

You'll have the kids cracking up (and maybe rolling their eyes) at this list of the best dad jokes and puns.

Dads are good at so many things, from teaching you how to ride a bike to showing you how to change a tire, and everything in between. They provide a reassuring hand to hold and a strong shoulder to cry on. all with that special sense of humor known as dad jokes. What's a dad joke, you ask? It's that groan-worthy, pun-laden, can't-help-but-laugh type of humor that dads are best at delivering. Sure, there are mom jokes and jokes for kids, but we just can't help but laugh at the one-liners from dear old dad.

Put these so-bad-they're-good best dad jokes of all time to use as Father's Day captions and put a smile on your old man's face this year. Of course, if you'd like to take a more sentimental route, we have plenty of meaningful dad quotes to choose from too.


So, What’s My Story?

Hi, my name is Courtney and I am the Founder of Pet-Bandanas.com. My passion for rescue developed as soon as I learned how many sweet and healthy dogs were euthanized in shelters around the nation due to overcrowding.

A beautiful sunset captured this summer right in front of my house

I’m married to Curt & have 3 kids 27, 21, & 15.

In our own household, we now have Five birds: A Cockatiel and four Canaries. Two dogs: A Humane Society mutt-mixed breed (jack russel/beagle)we rescued a day before he was scheduled to be euthanized, a terrier-mutt that was a customer’s dog we adopted. (We lost Daisy due to cancer) Six cats: Yes.. we actually have adopted six cats! We also have one Chinchilla. Of course, these numbers could grow at any time! LOL

I am a semi-retired Licensed Veterinary Technician (LVT). Being an LVT means getting your hands dirty and doing some grunt work. No matter which part of the hospital I was scheduled to work in, I always had to do things like clean out cages, wipe down tables, sterilize instruments, and clean up messes. Dirty, but rewarding!


Alice, our new cat is into electronics . . . . By red14

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sparkle
Master Smith

Post by sparkle on Sept 4, 2020 11:13:43 GMT -6

Ralph responds to Alpo's hairball remark.

red14
Global Moderator

Post by red14 on Sept 4, 2020 13:02:10 GMT -6

I told Ralph what you said and he is now depressed.

I may not always be right, but, I always have an opinion.

If in doubt, just agree with me.

I'm a humble man, indeed, I have a lot to be humble for.

Alpo
Moderator

Post by Alpo on Sept 4, 2020 13:24:55 GMT -6

Meddle not in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy, and taste good with catsup - George of Lod, Year of Our Lord 297

As a general rule, I'm a peaceable man.

Beware the Evil Bullet Fairies.

I always take precautions.

Alpo
Moderator

Post by Alpo on Sept 4, 2020 13:33:18 GMT -6

In May of 2002 (I figured out when this was because my granddaughter was born the next February which had nothing to do with this except that she was born the year after this happened) I was in a cowboy match over Memorial Day. Four-day match - Thursday was side matches and just roaming around and saying hi to people you hadn't seen for a while. Friday and Saturday were actual competing days, and Sunday was the prizes and the announcement of who did what and church.

Friday night they had a big barbecue dinner. So me and my daughter is sitting there shoveling it in and this fella sitting on the other side of the table looked at this bowl of something and asks, "What is this?"

I tell him it's Brunswick stew. He said he knew that. He'd seen that on the menu. But what, exactly, was Brunswick stew?

I told him it was an old southern dish for poor people. It was meat and maters and taters and corn and baby lima beans.

I'm telling him this in-between slurping down spoonfuls. He took a bite. Decided it weren't bad. Took another couple of spoons, then had another thought.

Then I got up and went back up to get some more. When I got back he had done finished his bowl and was getting up to go get another bowl. when he returned he told me that he was from Ohio, and this was the first time he had ever eaten squirrel. And it was pretty good.

Just before I got up to leave I told him that while the original recipe called for squirrel, most likely this was chicken.

Meddle not in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy, and taste good with catsup - George of Lod, Year of Our Lord 297

As a general rule, I'm a peaceable man.

Beware the Evil Bullet Fairies.

I always take precautions.

piney
Administrator


Peanut Butter Dog Treats

Tuesday was a very special day! Not only was it Cinco de Mayo, but it was also this furry one’s birthday!

Kaiser turned 6 this week. I can’t believe he’s getting to be such an old man. Seems like just yesterday we were celebrating his 3rd (21st in dog years) birthday, complete with his first beer!

Kaiser has been a little jealous that his feline sister has been getting so much exposure on the blog lately (check her out here and here), so his birthday was the perfect time to give him a chance in the spotlight.

Nick got Kaiser just a week or two before I met him. Not knowing that I am not at all a dog person, part of his strategy to pick me up was luring me over to his house to see his new puppy. What girl wouldn’t want to come play with a new puppy?! Uhm, this girl. But since I thought Nick was kinda cute, I gritted my teeth, put on the best fake smile I could, and said, “Yes! I’d love to come see your new puppy.”

And that night, Kaiser ate my favorite pair of shoes.

Luckily Nick made a better impression on me, and the rest is history. I’m still not a dog person, but Kaiser and I have settled our differences. And since he’s seriously the most well-behaved dog in the world, I kinda like him. Ok, I really like him.

For Kaiser’s special day, I decided to make him a batch of his favorite homemade dog treats. I have made these on the blog before, but it was over 4 years ago and one of my very first recipes– so I decided they could use a little refresh. It’s fun to bake for Kaiser because it doesn’t leave me with a huge batch of sweets just tempting me to dive in.

Here is a really cute set of dog themed cookie cutters if you need some! The bones and paws are my favorites for baking treats.


Online Reviews

Cindy J.

We have a 7 yr old Havanese named Jewel. She has been a finicky eater since she was little. Jewel would eat something one night and then wouldn’t eat it the next night. I wanted her to have healthy food and there wasn’t that much in the big box stores. I’m so glad we found Max’s Pet Market …. The owner and staff is very knowledgeable about all the healthy foods they carry. They helped us find food that Jewel loves – no more trouble at dinner time. Max’s has wonderful groomers too. I love having one shop for all Jewel’s needs and Jewel loves seeing all her furry friends when she goes shopping with us. If you haven’t stopped in yet you need to go and see how wonderful and friendly they are. Tell them Jewel sent you. Lol

Grace S.

I’ve never had a dog that needed professional grooming so this was my first experience with not only a dog groomer but a first groom for a puppy. The appointment-making procedure was easy-peasy and I booked through Yelp. Everyone was so nice and welcoming, and Tara did a fantastic job on my spirited doodle.

The market carries a great assortment of food and treats too!

Victoria M.

Max’s is the best place for your furry (& non-furry) friends! I have brought my cat, Bandito, and my pup, Bert, to Max’s and always receive top notch service. Max’s grooming truly is outstanding and I know Bert is always in good hands! I can not recommend this place or its employees enough!

Karyn L.

New to Florida, we were looking for a Groomer like the one we loved and had to leave behind in Virginia. We found what we were looking for in Max’s. The no cage approach allows our dogs, Bronx and Braylee, to feel at home and curbs their anxiety. Whenever we go to Max’s, we are all welcomed like family and my dogs look amazing after being pampered. I highly recommend this place!

Patricia M.

We had an AMAZING experience today at Max’s Pet Store. Deanna gave my guy a great haircut and he smells so clean! A++

Lorri K.

Max’s is the absolute best one stop shop for all your dog needs in the Wesley Chapel area! The quality of products is second to none ranging from food to treats to bowls and cleaners. Paul the owner took well over a half hour to make sure our dog was fit with the perfect harness and educate us on the right food to fit both our dogs much different needs. I could go on and on but I would recommend stopping in and talking to anyone of the incredible staff members or Paul the owner. Niko and Maya thank Paul and of course Max for all their help and see ya soon!!

Ries M.

Where do I begin? I first found Max’s on July 4th. I had just ran out of food. My Keanu eats a special frozen raw food that most commercial pet stores don’t carry. I had drove up to my old pet store and they were closed. Even though online it said they were still open. I saw someone stocking the shelves and tried to get their attention and they completely ignored me. After a while of calling different pet stores I came across Max’s on google maps. I gave them a call to see if they were open and thank God they were! I drove up and came inside, it was so clean and bright! Very very nice looking. I met the owner and he was so helpful and just genuinely interested in Keanu and showed me all around his store. He even told me that I can take off Keanu’s leash and let him play with Max and Missy! Ever since then we have been loyal to Max’s and would never dream of finding a different store. They have such a wonderful staff! I take Keanu my Mini Goldendoodle in for grooming and they always do a fantastic job! Every time we pull up to the store Keanu is always so excited because he knows he will be able to run around and play with all the shop dogs.

Michelle G.

We absolutely love Max’s! Hands down the best groomers we’ve experienced, and we so enjoy the market as well. It’s such a fun, clean and happy atmosphere, that we sometimes just stop in to try a new treat. See you soon!!

Ciarra K.

Max’s is a fun friendly place to go too. I get all my dog foods and treats there. One co worker actually helped me pick out the right food for my baby. I forever love this place.

Kelly R.

I go there to get my cat’s nails trimmed and to get her food, the staff is super helpful and knowledgeable. I highly recommend Max’s for all of your furry friends

Mary N.

So glad I found this place! I have taken my little guy to a few groomers before and this is by far the best place I’ve found. Great haircut, amazing customer service and pets are not leashed. Pricier than most places, but it’s worth the money you spend. They even text you pictures to provide updates.

Paula P.

First time with Max’s, after their long-awaited opening. It was worth the wait! So impressed with the care they took with my 14-year old Standard Poodle. He was groomed perfectly, ears and all! Thankful I found a groomer to care for my old boy. Thank you…we’ll be back.


This Chubby Bulldog Attempts to Sit on a Lawn Chair, Result Is Laugh-Out-Loud Hilarious

We all know the struggle of having a little bit too much to eat and having to practically waddle over to the couch. Well, this chubby pooch feels your pain.

All this hefty hound wants to do is sit on a striped lawn chair so it can relax and act like its owner when they bask in the sun. But, of course, the struggle is REAL.

As the bulldog's chest rests on the seat of the chair, its hind legs flail freely in the air, mimicking a pup in a swimming pool. The funny charade goes on for several seconds, until the determined canine finally manages to pull itself up with a powerful wiggle.

Unsure what to do next, the confused little guy shifts around awkwardly in the tiny chair. At one point, its leg even slips off the side, inducing another struggle with the flimsy piece of furniture. Eventually the pooch does get comfortable, but decides it's not worth it.

That's when the ultimate fail happens&mdashthe restless mutt topples over when stepping off of the "chair of doom." Hilarious, yes, but we doubt the dog will ever come close to that thing ever again.


Watch the video: How A Cat Broke League of Legends (November 2022).