Metal Horses

“Ah, the sounds of the barnyard…” — delectablepet

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Panda Vs. Tree

“Two baby pandas play at a panda reserve in China. Big brother Xian adorably falls on his little sister Tia Xino.” — msawyer3

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How To Make Deep Fried S’Mores

“The idea to deep fry S’Mores was suggested on the Food Network Humor forums. How though? The ooey goodness of structural integrity requires the middle to be hot before it hits the oil… The Interwebz produced recipes using wanton or eggroll wrappers, but that felt inauthentic and sounds really gross. In one of those simply ingenious ideas that do not occur often enough, Kitchen Husband invested in a jar of marshmallow fluff. These were my personal favorite of the evening. All the goodness of a campfire S’More enveloped in a puff of fluffy, hot pastry with a sprinkle of powdered sugar.” w/ photos

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Top 10 Unusual Banned Foods

“We all know that doughnuts are bad for you and too much pizza won’t do any favors for your skin – but what happens when a particular type of food is so unhealthy, a government decides to veto it altogether? Earlier this week, the French government took the unusual step of banning ketchup in primary schools. Following on from this, we investigate the most unlikely foods to be outlawed across the world. From Kinder eggs to Marmite and beyond, take a look at the products that – in some peoples’ eyes – pose a clear and present danger.” w/ photos

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The Sheep Goat?

When Taieri farmer Graeme Wallace brought a mob of ewes and lambs in for tailing this week, he thought the wool was being pulled over his eyes. ‘I thought, ‘What the hell is this? Is it a goat or is it a lamb?… No, it’s a 50-50′. He thought fleetingly there was a chance the ewe in question could have had a dead lamb and adopted a kid but then decided against it. With the body of a lamb, but the head, legs and bleat of a goat, the incredibly rare male hybrid was definitely ‘a cross between the two’. Mr Wallace, who had not noticed it during earlier daily lambing rounds – not that he was looking out for a geep – said it would have been sired by one of the many feral goats on the property, near Allanton. It was his father who told him that there might be such as thing as a geep. He looked it up on the internet that night and “sure enough” they do exist.” w/ photos

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