Here's how to take a mini hot dog, turn it into an octopus and make it a home in a bento this Weenies episode. New videos every Monday, Thursday, and Saturday!
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I think it’s crazy that I found your channel because of someone making a reaction video to your spaghetti-o jello creation and now I watch your channel for somewhere dangerously close to two hours every night. I don’t know what I’ll do when I run out of videos😩 I’ll try not to think about it I guess!
My dad used to make Bentos waaay back in the day and I didn't know that it was a japanese thing cause I grew up in California. You're right it does remind me of how much he loves me, he was a super butch man but he loved to cook me cute things ^ - ^
Emmy, I adore your videos, and I was wondering which countries you've lived in/studied in/visited frequently. Asking because I lived in different countries for years, and I got to try and learned how to make a lot of different, fun things. I learned Korean by sitting with this halmoni who owned a small grocery across from my apartment, and insisted that I watch cooking shows with her. Anyway, thank you for posting!~
That was very sweet. I would love my mom even more than I do if she had made me detailed little bentos like that when I was a child. But she did buy me Hotwheels cars and Spiderman and Batman Lunch boxes though. :)
I remember making full sized hot dogs into "spiders" at camp growing up in Canada. We'd slice "legs" into both ends, stick it all on a stick and cook it in the camp fire. As it cooked the legs would separate and curl a little bit.
I've seen the 40 ways list and I can tell you right now that I have never ever seen the Amsterdam hotdog in Amsterdam...but do not let that discourage you from trying it out anyway :-) (weird though how they use countries all around the world, but call this one Amsterdam ..LOL)
Thank you as always for this lovely video and I'm looking forward to your next installment of this series! Oh...and say hi from me to your bees!
In Guadalajara , Mexico it's a very common snack to cut up the weenies like octopi and fry them. We usually eat them w French fries topped with ketchup ,mustard , sour cream and tapatio hot sauce !!😋🙌🏼
Just watched a DrMcDougall video on how meat causes colorectal cancer and all the gruesome surgeries associated with it, the fact that you promote this class one carcinogen for kids (not to mention the unethical horrors of the meat industry) is so sad. Dont promote death, you were vegan, you know better!
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