Amazing new advances in science and technology allow this man to create an armor that protects his arm while performing everyday cooking tasks without any side effects.
Out of nervousness, this dog jumps down on the dead leaves thinking he could avoid swimming. Its an epic miscalculation and bad judgment.
This Tibetan singing bowl produces the melodies when it is filled with water and played. You need to listen to the beautiful sound to know how soothing it is for the ears.
Cinco de Mayo is right around the corner and no fiesta is complete without guacamole. To elevate your guac game we enlisted Pati’s Mexican Table Star and James Beard award-winning chef, Pati Jinich, for everything you need to know about avocados.
Comedian Simon Gibson brings a grab-bag of miscellaneous ingredients to Pot Pie host Brandin LaShea, who uses her intuition and years of training to put together a hummus-glazed, green onion-topped cold noodle dish. The two stay hydrated with plenty of Mood33 infused cannabis drinks as they demonstrate how to cook this magically simple meal that any Pot Pie-head will love.
Edibles host Birdie Harrelson is joined by Jessica Martin, food blogger and General Manager at the award-winning dispensary The Higher Path Collective, to make heady homemade soft pretzels with spicy cheese sauce. Using the MagicalButter machine to infuse each pretzel with 10-15mg of THC, Birdie and Jessica demonstrate how a traditional, monk-made snack can put you on a higher path for game day.
This guy is making popcorn in probably the weirdest way ever... wait for the cannon shot! I bet you haven’t seen popcorn made this way before.
Italy is famous for food and fashion, but when Marta Goldschmied visited the Pot Pie kitchen, the Italian designer hilariously showed she's better with fashion than, say, grating cheese. Marta admittedly struggled to help chef-host Brandin LaShea make mac 'n' cheese, but pairing the experience with infused Mood33 beverages clearly elevated the kitchen and made for the tastiest mac 'n' cheese ever.
"Do we do a sip, sip, pass?" jokes Ester Steinberg as she enjoys an infused Mood33 beverage. The cannabis leaf-wearing actress-comedian (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel) actually seems high already when she joins chef-host Brandin LaShea in the Pot Pie kitchen to make shakshuka. Several cultures in the Mediterranean and Middle East lay claim to the original tomato-based stew, and the dish Ester calls "SHAKSHUKA!!" is one of the hottest breakfast dishes in Israel. Still, this will be the chef's first time making the dish. Can she pull it off? Watch the latest Pot Pie to find out.
"Not sure what to do with your leftover bread?" asks Edibles host Birdie Harrelson. "It's a question that's plagued people since, well, the invention of bread." The Brits found the answer, she argues, by making bread pudding. Rachel Wolfson, a comedian famous for her cannabis memes, joins Birdie in the kitchen as the duo further the evolution of bread pudding with the help of a MagicalButter machine.
If not for the taste for the show the people would come to eat here. At least once they would surely try if not regular.
El Barrio Italia is one of the most attractive for tourists: circuit design, gastronomic center, shops, boutiques, cafes and intimate streets.
The Italia neighborhood in Providencia is one of the busiest in Santiago .
Settled by immigrant artisans in the 19th century, the Italian quarter is carving out a new reputation for itself, with beautiful furniture and crafts, boutique cafés and antique bargains.
This guy decides to cheer up everyone in the room by trying out his beatboxing skills and it went pretty well. It's up to the mark and he did it just like a boss. Way to go, buddy!
When one of the best Chinese delicacies is made from a machine, it can be quite delicious we guess, isn’t it? Well, trying this may tantalize the taste-buds!
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Life is a really hard friend you have an *sshole friend. They will never make your life easier, you cannot expect good deeds from them.
Anthem is an upcoming online multiplayer action role-playing video game being developed by BioWare and published by Electronic Arts. The game is slated for a worldwide release for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on February 22, 2019. Players will assume the role of a Freelancer, one of a group of people who leave their civilization to explore the surrounding landscape.
Anthem combines third-person shooter and action role-playing game elements in a "contiguous open world" shared with up to three other players in which they take the role of a Freelancer donning fully customizable exosuits called Javelins. These suits can be customized to have various unique weapons and superhuman abilities. Two classes of Javelins were shown during Anthem's presentation at Microsoft's E3 2017 Conference: the Ranger, which is an all-around and balanced Javelin, and the Colossus, which is a larger and more heavily armored Javelin made to fill in more of a tanking role. Other Javelins include the Storm, which uses powerful technology to unleash the "rage of the hymn" while floating effortlessly in the air, and the Interceptor, which is focused on close-quarter combat and can move quickly into and out of combat.
Players can build relationships with various non-playable characters, but they cannot establish romantic relationships with them, as was a trademark of previous BioWare games. The central meeting point of the game takes place in Fort Tarsis, the central stronghold of Anthem. Built by the eponymous General Helena Tarsis, it serves as a fortified settlement against the threats of the outside world and is also the point where the player goes to receive new missions and freelance assignments. It is a melting pot where all the different factions of the game meet, including the Sentinels, Corvus, Cyphers, and Arcanists.
This dish is called jalebi and it is a kind of a crunchy sweet that people love in India. This is how it is prepared, want to give it a try?