How To Make A Meal Using Play-Doh Tools

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Rhett and Link of Good Mythical Morning would like to take us back to our childhood. An innocent time when the salty allure of Play-Doh was one of the few things we had in life.

They achieve this by preparing a meal using nothing more than the very colorful culinary tools that are included in Play-Doh sets. Although, they’re not actually using Play-Doh — updating the process with adults in mind — they create a bit more palatable doughs with actual food. Please watch.

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How To Cook A Hot Dog In A Pringles Can

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Who knew, that besides holding your potato chips and acting as an effective hand trap, your Pringles can could be used as a hot dog-cooker?

Brought to us by Instructables user Cats Science Club — a simple technique and a few supplies are all that stands between you and a yummy hot diggity dog. Just make sure to get your hand out first.

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How To Make A Pringles Loop

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When you finally get your hand released from the can, perhaps you can create your very own Pringles Ring.

All it takes is the aforementioned Pringles, an abundance of patience, and some free time. If you have a job that you need to get to, we suggest calling in sick — it may take a while. The man will understand, when they see your potato chip masterpiece.

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How To Make A Fire-Breathing Dragon Fly Out Of Your Cake

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Would you like a fire-breathing dragon to fly out of your castle cake? There’s an app for that.

Brought to us by How To Cook That, their Surprise Cake app will help animate any of your baked goods. So, if your kid’s cake is lacking any “wow” factor, simply install the app on your iPhone or iPad, then place the marker where you’d like the action to happen.

When viewed through your mobile device, the cake will appear to have a genuine stone interior, and a fire-breathing dragon will fly out out of it. No worries… The dragon eventually flies back in, so the birthday boy can blow out the candles. Coolest. Birthday. Ever.

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How To Cook Canned Ravioli With A Volcano

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YouTube member lavapix makes it a habit of placing contained food items alongside an active volcano — just to see what happens.

Next on the menu, canned ravioli. Now, does the can of Chef Boyardee actually cook? We’re not sure, as it just explodes all over the place.

On second thought, perhaps this should have been titled, “How Not To Cook Canned Ravioli With A Volcano.” My bad.

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