Clever dog caught stealing food from kitchen. Video is viral with 3 million views

A video has gone viral on Twitter in which a dog can be seen sneakily entering the kitchen and eating food from a pan.

Screenshots from the video.

There won’t ever be a dull moment in your life if you have a dog as company. How do we know, you ask? Well, this video has gone insanely viral on social media in which a dog can be seen sneakily entering the kitchen and eating food from a pan.

In the 15-second clip, the pet can be seen on its hind legs pushing a chair towards the kitchen counter where it,

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ATCO Blue Flame Kitchen: End-of-summer appetizers

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Like many Albertans, we are trying to soak in every last bit of summer as the season draws to a close. Give it a proper sendoff with these delicious appetizers at

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Watch: Dog gets creative to steal food off kitchen counter

Food on the kitchen counter is seldom safe when you have hungry pets around. In an amusing clip, a dog seems to have found an interesting way to steal food left on the stove.

The 15-second clip, which has now gone viral on social media, features a black dog standing on its hind legs while sliding a chair across the floor. Skillfully, the pooch manages to sneak past the room towards the kitchen unaware that his owner is recording the act.

Unsure of what’s happening, as the dog owner moves the camera to the other room, the dog is spotted

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Sam Sifton’s ‘No-Recipe Recipes’ and the Reinvention of Kitchen Improvisation

You don’t need a recipe. Really, you don’t.

So chastises the back cover of Sam Sifton’s new book New York Times Cooking: No-Recipe Recipes, which, despite its own pretensions, is full of recipes. Here we have a delightful-looking Asparagus and Boursin Tart (send to mom, I wrote on a Post-it), some pleasantly ’90s-sounding Miso-Glazed Scallops, and a handful of ways to make weeknight chicken, the home cook’s holy grail. These are recipes you’d expect to find on the New York Times Cooking app, which Sifton helped to launch, and for which he has written a weekly newsletter for

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