Daddy Tells His Kid He’s Making Potatoes But He Doesn’t Want Them. How The Dog Reacts? HILARIOUS!

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Many pet owners love talking with their animal companions as if they were fellow humans. Practically everyone is guilty of chatting with their pets at some point over the course of their relationship, whether in a regular tone or as baby talk, it just happens.

It’s a natural, normal and possibly even instinctual way to communicate and bond with them. Sometimes our pets will even initiate conversations or talk back to us. A recent survey found that 67% of pet owners claim they understand their animals barks, meows, purrs and all of the other random sounds they make.

Of those surveyed, 62% reported that when they speak their animals seem to understand them and get the message. Those numbers are from a 2008 AP-Petside poll and have likely increased since then, as pets are increasingly being considered important family members.

Some people even place their beloved pets on equal footing with children, hence the name fur-babies! Which leads us to this adorable, and perhaps familiar, video of a family trying to figure out what to eat for dinner. The camera is focused on two beautiful husky dogs who are just chilling on a covered futon which appears to be their spot.

A little boy swiftly pads by the pair and from off camera his mother can be heard telling him “daddy’s going to cook potatoes,” to which the kid replies “I don’t want potatoes!” They talk about this for a second before the dad then asks one of the dogs, “Mishka, do you want potatoes?”

Mishka, the black and white husky, looks straight at the camera with her gorgeous, piercing eyes and answers him! She murmurs or whines and makes some dog noises that sound exactly like she’s saying “I want potatoes.”

Her answer is so cute and her timing is perfect, I just hope she got to enjoy some of the potatoes later on!

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He Begins Cutting Potatoes In A Strange Shape Then Puts Them In A Pan. When He’s Done YUM!

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One of the most popular and versatile food items that’s readily available and can be found at virtually any local grocery store is potatoes. Just like corn, rice, and wheat, potatoes rank among the world’s top grown crops and most widely consumed foods.

They are easy to whip up and a simple potato can be transformed and prepared lots of different ways. They can be served hot or cold and people love them mashed, baked, fried, hashed, steamed, chipped, and so on.

This recipe uses a combination of frying and baking to cook potatoes into a golden, delicious perfection. It’s super easy and unless your European, chances are you may not have heard of it yet. They’re called fondant potatoes and in the dead of winter when it’s freezing cold, they hit the spot. Here’s how you make them:

You’ll need russet potatoes, butter, vegetable oil, chicken stock, salt and pepper, and thyme (optional). Begin by cleaning and cutting the ends off the potatoes. Take one and turn it up on end before carefully slicing down the sides to remove the peel, as if you were skinning a pineapple, so you end up with an octagonal-type shape.

Cut it evenly in half and then slice up the rest before soaking them in a bowl of cold water for 5 minutes and pat them completely dry with a paper towel. Heat about two tablespoons of vegetable or grape-seed oil in a skillet over high and place the potatoes in when the oil is hot enough and appears shimmery.

Lower the heat to medium-high and cook for about 5-6 minutes, or until browned, and sprinkle salt and pepper on top. Flip them over and blot the tops with a paper towel, then place a lump of butter and a few sprigs of thyme in the pan.

Spoon some melted butter over the tops and sprinkle more salt and pepper on. When the butter starts to brown up, pour ½ a cup of chicken stock in the skillet and place that in a preheated 425 degree oven.

Roast it for 30-35 minutes or until the potatoes are thoroughly cooked all the way through and are tender on the inside. Drizzle any leftover thyme butter over the tops and allow them to cool before serving.

If you follow the recipe above, you’ll end up with beautiful looking oven roasted potatoes that are creamy on the inside and browned, crusty, and golden shelled on the outside. Let your taste buds tingle and try them tonight, bon appetit!

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He Takes Potatoes Slices Them Into Thin Layers And Puts Them In A Muffin Pan. When It’s Done YUM!

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There’s a right way and a wrong way to go about doing practically everything, and then there’s all the ways that fall in between those two opposite extremes. The awesome cooking idea shown in this video falls somewhere in the middle and makes you think outside the muffin tin.

In it the YouTube Home Cooking Adventure channel shows us how to use the bakeware for cooking up something other than traditional muffins. Instead, it features a novel way to use the tin to bake delicious Parmesan potato treats that your whole family will love and appreciate.

These are the perfect accompaniment for dinner instead of the same old baked and mashed potatoes we’re all used to eating. Below is a list of ingredients and instructions on how to prepare them:

Ingredients: (Serves 4-6 people)
– 3 tablespoons of melted butter
– 2 tablespoons of Parmesan cheese
– 1 teaspoon of garlic powder
– 1 teaspoon of thyme leaves
– salt and pepper, to taste
– 8-10 gold potatoes, sliced very thin
– muffin tin (with 12 cups)

First, preheat the oven to a toasty 350° Fahrenheit and grease or butter up the muffin tin. Place all the potato slices in a large bowl and pour the melted butter, Parmesan cheese, garlic powder, thyme, and salt and pepper. Mix them all together so that everything is nice and evenly coated.

Take the buttery slices and place them into the muffin cups, making sure to stack and layer them as you go. Pop the muffin tin in the oven and bake for approximately 55-60 minutes. They’ll be done when the top and edges turn golden brown.

They will be super hot, so after you remove them allow them to sit and cool for at least a couple of minutes before serving and if you’d like, sprinkle a bit more salt and pepper or Parmesan cheese on top.

These potatoes will be yummy and crusty on the outside and tender and delicious on the inside. They’re great on their own or as a side with steak, chicken, and basically anything so try them out this weekend!

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