Stripping: cooking with dogs 101

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Aun has always loved food and travel, passions passed down to him from his parents. This foundation, plus a background in media, pushed him to start Chubby Hubby in 2005. He loves that this site allows him to write about the things he adores--food, style, travel, his wife and his bouncing baby boy!

18 comments on “Stripping: cooking with dogs 101
  1. hi, the resident furry brown napoleon salutes and applauds The Tall Blonde’s fearlessness, stealth, and above all, impeccable nose for a worth-the-scolding heist πŸ˜‰

  2. Is that you?

    For me it was our cat too… but he loved raw food, so at least the food stolen was before we’d labored on it.

  3. LOL!!! With dogs it goes very fastly. I have cats, but they rarely steal anything from the kitchen; they are more interested in our plants!…

  4. Very funny!Last year my dog stole 4 fillets with cheese and ham in 30 seconds just because I went to open the door!

  5. At least your pooches are discriminating, my greedy Rufus will steal anything edible. At dinner tonight he licked some curry gravy and was choking away but he loved it.

  6. Bea: Ah… ninja-cats.

    Nha: Thanks.

    J: I’m sure Gracie and Brando are very inspired by and jealous of Sascha’s height. ;p

    Zara’s mama: Um… maybe. Our pooches like stealing food only after we slave over it… sigh.

    Rosa: Count yourself lucky.

    Saffron: That’s some fats pooch.

    Zhonghuarising: Yah, I can just see Jean-Georges chasing Fido, with a Bresse chicken in his jaws, through the kitchen of his restaurant.

    Umami: Yah, our pooches may be greedy, but they also have oddly refined tastes.

  7. lucky dog!! once my bf’s dog took a bite of his in-n-out burger and got in so much trouble. so no food thieving from the dog anymore thank goodness!

  8. My dogs like his broccoli and white (and only white) asparagous scalded, not steamed or boiled. He also enjoys lamb with a hit of rosemary and sashimi quality salmon (non of the defrosted/smoked rubbish please).

    We have recently learnt that he is fond of the hokkien bak zhang with the pork belly after he somehow clawed down the whole bunch of freshly made rice dumplings and gulped down 3 before we could stop him. He is not so keen on the nyonya white dumplings, which he thinks is too bland on the palate.

  9. I don’t know what happened to your site, but I see adds all over the place, some covering the posts and some empty spaces showing error messages? But maybe you are you working on it right now.

  10. I’m way to soft to be the dog trainer/diciplined whip cracker in our home yet my dog has learned to politely “ask” before stealing food.

    She’s much more mannered than I could ever be!

    GREAT ILLUSTRATION!!!!!

  11. These strips are so cool! I love them.
    My blonde labrador has very similar tastes to the one in the strip. And sheΒ΄s always hanging about the kitchen. Dangerous animals, in their own sweet way.

  12. Ha Ha reminds me of the time our yellow labrador ate an entire roast chicken and then a banana cake for desert both of which were sitting on top of the kitchen cupboard- all in the space of about 1.5 minutes.

  13. Wow! Did u draw these? It’s cool! πŸ˜€ I like! I love ur posts by the way =D Makes me very inspired to cook and try my hand at the tasty recipes!

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