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Man Creates Tiny Dumplings The Size Of A Fingertip And They Look Delicious

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We’ve said it before, watching a grown man cook tiny meals can be super relaxing. Japanese YouTube star Miniature Space is known for creating intricate meals that fit on the tip of a finger. This time, he made a minuscule meal of dumplings.

This guy cuts the cabbage, mixes the fillings and even folds the dumplings by hand before throwing them into a frying pan. He even tops it off with a few droplets of beer. Who knew such a tiny meal could look so appetizing.

Check out the adorably delicious video below.

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This Guy Took Scientifically Gassy Foods And Made One FART-INDUCING DIP Out of Them

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For no reason other than to ruin fancy parties, food writer Dannie Ree (Dennis Lee) boldly attempted to create the perfect Fart Dip. Yes, fart dip aimed to purposely muster the perfect amount of gas to create the most awful of smells.

Ree used ingredients like cabbage, sour cream, caramelized onions, prunes and butter beans; all of which are known to contribute to flatulence. To no one’s surprise, the result ended up tasting like “thick vomit” as Ree describes.

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The food writer stated that the nasty flavor was mostly from the caramelized onions. However, mixing it with the sour cream and other ingredients really contributed to the awful taste.

While unsuccessful (he farted, but not as much as he hoped for), Ree doesn’t let this deter him from creating more fart dip. In fact, he only thinks of this as the first step of many. The entire recipe cane be found on Ree’s blog.

Photos: The Pizzle

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What Pin-Up Girls Would Look Like As Cabbage

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Chinese artist Ju Duoqi is changing the way we look at vegetables by introducing us to “The Fantasies of Chinese Cabbage” — a series of pin-up photos made entirely of cabbage.

Duoqi has created food art before, reproducing famous paintings using only vegetables in her 2010 project “The Vegetable Museum”. Yet for reasons unknown, cabbage was the focus this time around.

Duoqi produced several pin-up portraits made entirely out of green cabbage and inverted the color of some pictures to create a red, seductive tint. She even managed to make a Marilyn Monroe lookalike, if the actress was made out of cabbage (obviously).

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Picthx Asylum Art

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Kale, Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts, and Cabbage are All the Same Species

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It turns out that most of the healthy dark green veggies we love all trace their roots (hehe) back to the same mustard plant, brassica oleraceaThe family includes cabbage, kale, collards, cauliflower, romanesco broccoli, kohlrabi, and brussels sprouts, each variety chosen for certain traits like flower buds, large leaves, and edible stems. And yes, the process is quite similar to breeding puggles to labradoodles.

In its uncultivated form, brassica oleracea is known as wild cabbage. So try updating a raw kale salad with some broccoli or brussels sprouts thrown in. If all the ingredients are from the same family, they’ve got to get along right?

H/T + PicThx Reddit

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Craving: Kogi BBQ P-Funk Sliders

About once every couple weeks, Kogi introduces a new featured product that usually has my stomach slapping my face. This week, we’re looking at some tantalizing photos of their latest, a “P-Funk Slider”. These cute little sandwiches come complete with pulled pork, purple cabbage, purple salsa Azul, a bit of sesame mayo, onions and some blue cheese. $6 for a set of 2 at a participating Kogi moving location.

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Craving: Turkish Kebab Pizza

Looks like someone took the innards of a respectable Gyro and heaved them ontop a pizza. I guess I’ll have to give it a try pretty soon! (Thx Seepeoh)

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Pic of the Day: Barbecued Pork Burger with Slaw

‘Spicing up store-bought barbecue sauce with a touch of cayenne and a splash of vinegar is an easy trick that makes a big difference. Here, pork burgers get a triple hit of flavor: The sauce gets mixed into the meat, slathered onto the cooked burgers for the last minute of grilling, and brushed on the bun. A cabbage slaw with a creamy dressing tops them off with just the right crunch’.

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Gourmet's: 20 Tools That Changed the Way We Cook

I was off reading some heavy content on chow.com when I came upon an article that international food magazine Gourmet.com did about the “20 Tools and Technologies That Have Changed the Way We Cook”. I found the article so enlightening and informational that I knew I had to post the entire thing here on our website. So bear with me and walk yourself through the changes in cooking since the earliest of times.