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…PETA doesn’t like Thanksgiving?

Cooking Mama

PETA never ceases to amaze me.

This year, in protest of Thanksgiving’s annual turkey slaughter, they took the Cooking Mama game and gave it an “unauthorized” twist, as Mama is now the ruthless killer of animals, and you must help her prepare, stuff and cook a bird while extra gore tries to distract you from the task at hand.

Surprisingly, the Flash game is well-done, and serves up a heaping serving of PETA propaganda as you play, though it’s all optional, and you can pick and choose what you want to learn more about, so they’re not jamming the message down your throat.

The turkey used in the game however…
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…PES makes great Western Spaghetti?

You may think you know how to cook spaghetti, but PES will teach you how to properly cook Western Spaghetti in this fantastic stop-motion film:

…It’s TGI Friday: Bacon Chocolate Chip Cookies?

Bacon Chocolate Chip CookieWant to try something different this weekend?

How about adding bacon to your chocolate chip cookie recipe?

Why not, right?

According to the author/cook, the “cookies are DELICIOUS”, and they definitely look like a conversation starter, so if you’re having trouble believing someone that would put bacon in their cookie batter, then bake your own batch and see for yourself.

Sounds like a pretty sweet weekend project to me…

[Ooh You Tasty Little Things – Bacon Chocolate Chip Cookies]

[Via: TasteSpotting]

…It’s TGI Friday: Wood Fired Hot Tub?

Wood Fired Hot Tub

With about $75 worth of materials (a tub, an old liquid propane tank, a gas bottle, and some stainless steel tubing) and a weekend’s worth of work, you can create your very own wood fired hot tub.

Plus, you can cook food over the fire for your hot tub party guests!

[Instructables – Wood Fired Hot Tub]

…It’s TGI Friday: Sushi Go Round?

Sushi Go Round puts you behind the bar.

As a new cook, you must read recipes, make sushi, order supplies, and clean up plates in an attempt to prove yourself during your first week on the job.

Can you keep your customers happy, or will you serve yourself on a platter?