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How To Make Thanksgiving Dinner With A Drone [HUMOR]

A drone has many uses when it comes to capturing breathtaking video and images, but did you know that the robotic flying machine can also help you prepare Thanksgiving dinner?

Autel Robotics released a hilarious commercial that shows how to practically use a drone to cook Thanksgiving dinner. In the video, it’s used for various tasks like peeling potatoes, beating eggs, whipping various foods, and flying some holiday meat into a deep fryer.

Obviously, the results weren’t the most appetizing. In fact, it was a downright disaster.

The video highlights end with the fact that their new X-Star Premium model was meant to capture stunning 4K Ultra HD footage rather than slaving away in the kitchen. You can buy the drone for $699 online.

Seriously, drone owners. Do not try this at home.

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11 Outrageous Friendsgiving Recipes That Will Wow Your Friends

Every so often, we hold a friendly competition among our network of Foodbeast friends and family. This year, we reached out to 11 of our favorite Instagram chefs for a Thanksgiving challenge.

The idea was to take Thanksgiving dishes and create something beastly out of it. For the challenge we invited @tymbussanich, @makesushi1, @TheJoshElkin, @mealsandreels, @thetipsytable, @new_wave_foodie, @jerseydanks, @missfoodieproblems, @grubfiend, @dudefoods, @thevulgarchef and @taesoon84.

Man, even looking at these is putting us in a food coma.

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Leftover Apple Pie Cinnamon Roll

by @tymbussanich

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Turkey, Bacon, Cheese & Gravy poppers

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Thanksgiving Poppers! || #FoodbeastFrendsgiving

#FoodbeastFriendsgiving in full force. Get a load of these TURKEY, BACON, CHEESE & GRAVY poppers from Make Sushi! Show off your #foodbeast Thanksgiving leftover creations with us!

Posted by Foodbeast on Monday, November 23, 2015

Thanksgiving Waffle Sandwich

by @mealsandreels

 

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Thanksgiving Double Wafflewich || #FoodbeastFamily

Meals and Reels crushing the #FoodbeastFriendsgiving challenge, making a waffle sandwich with cranberry puree, mashed potatoes, stuffing, bacon, over-easy eggs, melted parmesan cheese and oven-baked turkey breast! #foodbeast

Posted by Foodbeast on Monday, November 23, 2015

Thanksgiving Burrito Bowl

by @taesoon84

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Thanksgiving Sweet Potato

 

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A sliced Hasselback sweet potato with candy bacon, streusel and topped with roasted marshmallows.

Stuffing Waffle Leftovers Sandwich

by @thetipsytable

 

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Thanksgiving Log

 

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Thanksgiving Log || #FoodbeastFriendsgiving

New Wave Foodie's contribution to #FoodbeastFriendsgiving is a THANKSGIVING Log! Cranberry roll, deep fried, wrapped with a ham and stuffing roll, deep fried again and wrapped with bacon. What are you making with your leftovers this week?

Posted by Foodbeast on Monday, November 23, 2015

Mt. Lefoverest

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Jive Turkey Sliders

by @grubfiend

 

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Cranberry-stuffed Burgers With Stuffing Buns

by @thevulgarchef

 

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Thanksgiving Biscuit Cone

by @dudefoods

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Thanksgiving Leftovers Cone! || #FOODBEASTFRIENDSGIVING

DudeFoods.com brought the ULTIMATE fire this #FoodbeastFriendsgiving: A THANKSGIVING LEFTOVERS CONE! A biscuit cone packed with mashed potatoes, corn and turkey topped with gravy and a cranberry.#FOODBEAST!

Posted by Foodbeast on Monday, November 23, 2015

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This Looks Like A Chicken Wing, But You Won’t Believe What This Chef Actually Fried

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Korean chef Elliot Taesoon Kahng is known for making awesome recipes on his Instagram. One of his most recent dishes, especially, is pretty ingenious.

As part of an early April Fool’s prank, @taesoon84 took the skins from fried chicken wings and did something amazing with them. After carefully removing the meat and the bone from the wings, the Instagram personality stuffed three different wings with macaroni and cheese, falafel and mashed potatoes, respectively.

He calls them April Fools Fried Chicken.

The faux wings are then floured, beer battered and deep fried. You couldn’t tell they were any different from real chicken wings.

Imagine expecting to bite into a crispy wing and getting a mouthful of mashed potatoes, or the delight of finding macaroni and cheese.

Brilliant.

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This Factory Discovered A Way To Harness The Power of MASHED POTATOES

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When we were kids, we thought one of the coolest science projects was powering a light bulb with nothing more than a potato. Since those science fairs, technology has advanced astronomically. We’ve come a long way from a simple light bulb as there is now an entire factory that’s powered by mashed potatoes.

England’s third-largest food company, 2 Sisters Food Group, uses leftover potato parts to power their plants. Potato fuel also includes peelings and mashed potato-based shepherd’s pies, reports The Guardian.

The potatoes are fed into a giant digestion plant that creates energy. Together, the discarded potato pieces are expected to generate 3,500 megawatt hours a year of electricity. That’s enough to power about 850 homes.

By using this method of energy production, 2 Sisters’ landfill output will drop to zero and its carbon emissions are reduced by a fifth. The company even plans to build ten more of these bio-refinery plants by the 2018. Four of which will focus on generating energy from chicken remains.

 

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KFC Brings In New Loaded Potato Bowl with Bacon Cheese Sauce

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When eating a KFC meal, it’s more than likely everything on your plate will get mashed together in a interlocked mess of food. So wouldn’t it just be much easier to throw everything into a single bowl anyways?

The Loaded Potato Bowl is made of mashed potatoes drenched in gravy served in a bowl. It’s then topped with corn, chopped up chicken tenders, green onions, a bacon and cheese sauce and sprinkled with a blend of three cheeses. Because KFC no longer serves popcorn chicken, we’ll have to settle for thicker cuts of tenders.

Customers can purchase the bowl for a limited time individually or as part of the $5 Fill Up Meal. The Fill Up Meals include a medium drink and a chocolate chip cookie along with the bowl. The Loaded Potato Bowl will be available at all participating KFC locations.

H/T Brand Eating

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The quickest way to make mashed potatoes

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Red Velvet Fried Chicken and Cream Cheese Mashed Potatoes

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Recipe: scoochmaroo

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Mashed Potato Bacon Thin Crust Pizza

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