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Freshly baked pug loaf 🍞 .
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@itsdougthepug
We want to present to you a fabulous Instagram account called “Dogs In Food” and no, they aren’t playing in the food, they actually are the food! Oh! the shock!! I know what you’re thinking. They aren’t being eaten. When you think of dogs and food you think of all the wonderfully hilarious disasters that involve our furry four-legged friend. Max, told HuffPost, who runs the account and photoshops the images, “I receive DM’s from dogs who want to be food-ed and I try to read through as many as possible to find pups that look like grub.”
Whatcha guys doing in there?? #pupberries .
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@theochang_thepug
Max then tries to match the dogs’ spirit food and culinary preferences in a glorious dog-in-food mashup that has its followers begging for more. The account has over 487,000 followers, and that number doesn’t look to be slowing down anytime soon. The site boasts images of dogs as blueberries, cotton candy and even bananas. We have to admit the cake ones look the yummiest… er, we mean cutest.
Cotton puppy!
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@jdohdraws @selfmade
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Bizarre Dining.

 

 

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Most of us love to go on vacations, some vacationers stay home to relax, do bbqs in the backyard and enjoy family and friends. These days can be filled with exotic foods and drinks, we try new recipes and experiment with ideas of our own, but there are those of us who would rather go abroad and experience and explore local cultures though food. You want to always taste the most famous dishes of the region, the bizarre and unusual foods like pickled duck eggs with the chick partially developed, frog legs just to mention a few.

 

 

Here are a few of the strangest eating experiences around the dining table. 1.Silent dining located in Greenpoint Brooklyn, New York, founded by Nickolas Nauman who was inspired by his visit to a Buddhist monastery in India where it is forbidden to talk while dining. 2.Nest-aurant dining in Thailand, located in Soneva Kiri Eco Resort, The Birds Nest Restaurant gives customers a spectacular view as well as privacy sixteen (16) feet above the ground in giant nests served by waiters who use zip lines to deliver the food and drink. 3. Primate servers in Japan at Kayabukiya Tavern in the city of Utsunomiya, a uniformed monkey may just be your waiter of the day. The restaurant owner, Mr. Otsuka says he never initially taught the monkeys to serve, they leaned by watching the human servers, now the monkeys are certified by authorities as tavern workers and are paid and tipped with Soya Beans.

 

 

3-27-2018

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