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(TreeHugger)   More evidence of the decline of Western Civilization: You can now buy a panini press designed to make home made snack treats for your dog   (treehugger.com) divider line 19
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2013-04-28 08:31:37 AM
www.rcgntn.org
 
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2013-04-28 10:21:33 AM
For or from?
 
2013-04-28 10:22:20 AM
Another reason snakes make better pets than dogs.
 
2013-04-28 10:23:04 AM
I'm guessing that this will actually make money.

And people wonder why I go through life being so grumpy.
 
2013-04-28 10:40:35 AM
Wait, is it uncool to make treats at home for your dog? My dog has pretty severe allergies to most things found in most treats (all grain, potato, sweet potato, chick peas, blah blah blah), and we use the donut plate from our Big Boss grill to make treats all the time. It's certainly cheaper than buying freeze-dried duck liver.
 
2013-04-28 12:11:19 PM

FARTNOISE FARTNOISE JUNIOR: Wait, is it uncool to make treats at home for your dog? My dog has pretty severe allergies to most things found in most treats (all grain, potato, sweet potato, chick peas, blah blah blah), and we use the donut plate from our Big Boss grill to make treats all the time. It's certainly cheaper than buying freeze-dried duck liver.


When it's described as a panini press, yeah.

Otherwise, no biggy.
 
2013-04-28 02:14:27 PM

Kittypie070: FARTNOISE FARTNOISE JUNIOR: Wait, is it uncool to make treats at home for your dog? My dog has pretty severe allergies to most things found in most treats (all grain, potato, sweet potato, chick peas, blah blah blah), and we use the donut plate from our Big Boss grill to make treats all the time. It's certainly cheaper than buying freeze-dried duck liver.

When it's described as a panini press, yeah.

Otherwise, no biggy.


When the device is a copy-cat George Foreman grill, marked up a bazillion percent, and sold as a single-use device.

Want to use your griddle/grill/press to make dog treats: good for you.  Want to fleece a bunch of bobos by selling them more stuff: shame shame.
 
2013-04-28 02:16:55 PM
You know what's a bigger problem for Western civilization? The rise of people who think it's their place to biatch about how other people spend their own damned money. Butt the hell out why don't you.

/And no, I don't have a dog
 
2013-04-28 03:19:34 PM
Considering most every panini press I've ever seen is either flat or grill bar designed, wouldn't this be closer to a waffle iron?
 
2013-04-28 04:05:11 PM
Considering we have the resources to make a panini press for a dog, I'd say it's evidence of the ascendancy of Western society.  It's better than using our money to procure rhinoceros horns so we can get our dicks up.
 
2013-04-28 05:41:17 PM
that could be fun to prank kids with, make cookies or somesuch then cook them int hat things and then send the children out
 
2013-04-28 05:42:43 PM

Iczer: Considering most every panini press I've ever seen is either flat or grill bar designed, wouldn't this be closer to a waffle iron?


Hmm, could be a waffle iron attachment for waffle irons with exchangable plates

did any one ever use the non waffle plates?
 
2013-04-28 06:02:31 PM
If you don't want it... don't farking buy it.

More annoying that people get annoyed by a product than the product.
 
2013-04-28 06:17:13 PM
I told my wife a dog treat making machine would be a silly waste of money. But then our dog was like...

i.imgur.com

Treats?!?!
 
2013-04-28 09:39:43 PM
Who the fark has this kind of counter space for all these cake pop mini pie doughnut quesedilla waffle stick mini cupcake maker things? I mean look at all this shiat.

Me and the SO fought about putting the keureg on the counter and that gets used 3-5 times a day, everything else...

i.imgur.com
 
2013-04-28 10:26:34 PM
Subby is old and show feel bad.

That said, this sounds like it would work better as an adapter on the Foreman grill. I'd like to see a version of the foremen grill where you switch out the plates and can by Foreman or another companies grill plates to make other things, from a waffle iron and dog treat maker to other attachments.

That won't be the downfall of Western Civilization, it will enable people to make their own foods their own ways and not rely on some cheaply made treats
 
2013-04-29 12:01:05 AM

Ed Willy: Subby is old and show feel bad.

That said, this sounds like it would work better as an adapter on the Foreman grill. I'd like to see a version of the foremen grill where you switch out the plates and can by Foreman or another companies grill plates to make other things, from a waffle iron and dog treat maker to other attachments.

That won't be the downfall of Western Civilization, it will enable people to make their own foods their own ways and not rely on some cheaply made treats


your idea is really clever. if a better quality appliance manufacturer ran with that it would easily replace many one use only devices. they could sell a starter, separate add-ons, or an all-inclusive gift pack. nice.
 
2013-04-29 12:17:46 AM

Ed Willy: Subby is old and show feel bad.

That said, this sounds like it would work better as an adapter on the Foreman grill. I'd like to see a version of the foremen grill where you switch out the plates and can by Foreman or another companies grill plates to make other things, from a waffle iron and dog treat maker to other attachments.

That won't be the downfall of Western Civilization, it will enable people to make their own foods their own ways and not rely on some cheaply made treats


Our george foreman does that. its got the standard grill plates, flat griddle plates, waffle plates and psuedo omlette plates.

images.lowes.com
 
2013-04-29 06:58:35 AM
My dogs name is Jasper too.

/csb
 
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