This is Faina. She's a mutt, part setter, part black lab. Her name means "hyena" in Italian, but she's mellow as can be. And she can smell truffles up to a meter under the ground. Spoiler alert: If you're wondering "Is this just an excuse for another dog slideshow?" the answer is an unequivocal YES.
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This is a thing: birds feeding dogs. (And by "thing" I mean I found it featured in at least four videos on YouTube.) Let the inter-species cooperation warm your heart.
What to do with leftovers from an instant mashed potatoes taste test: feed them to Hambone. (Not all of them, just a few spoonfuls.) Watch Hambone lick away potatoes like never before in our playlist of dogs and cats eating mashed potatoes. Subscribe to the Serious Eats channel to get updated about our new videos.
After shooting a video Hambone eating yogurt, we poked around to see how many other people shot videos of their dogs eating yogurt. Answer: Way too many. And thus we watched way too many videos of dogs eating yogurt. Check out our favorites in the playlist here, or visit the playlist's page at YouTube.
The only way this could be any more cute would be if he closed the door afterward.
It's the little Dumpster's big 0-1 today, so we decided to celebrate by popping on our paper hats, letting him run riot in the office a little bit more than usual, and treating him to his very own birthday burrito!
I couldn't find many videos of dogs eating Thanksgiving turkey, but I found a few videos of dogs acting like they wanted to eat Thanksgiving turkey. ...Aw.
"She actually seemed to like throwing up. To the simple dog, throwing up was like some magical power that she never knew she possessed - the ability to create infinite food."
Thank you, pet owner who decided to stick two dogs and four cats of utmost cuteness in a pen, feed them peanut butter off tongue depressors, and film it. Everybody wins.
Honeydew-flavored popsicles are a great summer treat for humans and pets. But pets look a lot cuter when they eat them, hence the following 42 seconds of Monday-improving awesomeness.
One night I was browsing YouTube for videos of pomeranian puppies (yeah, that's how I roll) and while clicking deeper into the world of hypnotizingly adorable sentient poofballs this video stood out for starring a puppy (hypnotizing level: 11 out of 10) who, driven by a container of food, excitedly yips, paws at the table, and nudges its nose closer to the food. Make sure you reach the 58 second mark—it's special.
There are tons of videos of dogs eating ice cream cones on YouTube. And for good reason—dogs eating ice cream cones are adorable. In honor of July being National Ice Cream Month, here's a selection of such videos for your amusement
Meet Dumpling. He is Kenji's three-month-old French bulldog, and perhaps the most ridiculously adorable (no, adorable is not strong enough) bundle of fur. Everyone at Serious Eats world headquarters has been obsessed with this creature since the day we met him. Aww, look at his face! It's so smooshed! And his one ear sticking up! And his pouchy stomach—so dumpling-esque! Since his name is Dumpling and all, we couldn't not film him eating a dumpling.
Ah ha! I was wondering how long it would be after posting the grilled pizza how-to that we'd start seeing some GP My Pie Mondays. Certified PIzza Obsessive® dhorst submits the first of what I hope will be many! For lunch today I made a grilled broccoli and tomato pizza. I made sure to do the all-important mise en place before I headed outside: The broccoli tossed in olive oil hit the grill first. I stretched the dough, oiled it and threw it on a 600°F grill and closed the lid....
What's that frantic pitter-pattering you hear? It's the sound of Sparky the corgi flailing his paws in the throes of kibble-derived excitement!
A few weeks ago, my friend sent around an email asking for help naming her new dog. Some names that were tossed around: Pork chop...Burrito...Kumquat. My vote went to Burrito, hands down (paws down?). But they decided to go with another name—a name that's not even a food, but a food critic. Bruni, as in Frank Bruni. I knew they read the former New York Times critic's reviews every Wednesday morning, religiously, but wow. Anyone else have a pet with a food-related name?
I was originally going to post just one video of a cat eating mashed potatoes. But you know that saying: "One video of a cat eating mashed potatoes is never enough." So, apropos of nothing (besides that it's Friday and that means I'm allowed to post videos of animals eating), here are five videos of cats and dogs eating mashed potatoes.