Would You Try These ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy’ Doritos?
By Cooking Panda
Is anybody else getting some serious purple-and-green ketchup bottle flashbacks here?
If you’re a fan of the franchise (or possibly just Chris Pratt), you are probably well aware that the new movie “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” is making its debut in theaters on May 5.
In celebration of that fact, the ever-popular snack brand Doritos decided to release its classic cheesy triangle chips in a brand new hue and flavor — emerald green, to be exact, as a limited edition Supernova flavor.
These things are green, ya’ll.
Like, really green.
According to Food Beast, the Supernova Edition of Doritos are flavored like zesty lime with a subtle kick of black pepper as well, but no word yet on whether or not they stain your tongue green, like those hot pink Peep Oreos did to so many people.
If you’re in Australia, you can pick up a bag of these chips in the snack food aisles of participating grocery retailers in Australia.
The rest of you will just have to scour the internet to try and nab yourself a bag if you are a true rare-chip collector, or else just a massive fan of the movie franchise.
How will you be celebrating the release of “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2”?
Are you going to try and get your hands on these limited edition chips and give them a taste? Or are you content to munch on your tried-and-true, preferred movie theater choice as usual, and save all the excitement for the screen and after-movie discussion with your friends?chips, chris pratt, doritos, guardians of the galaxy, supernova
Chris Pratt Is The Worst Fish Chef Ever (Video)
By Cooking Panda
Okay. This is something different.
Actor Chris Pratt is known for many of his achievements — he’s a successful movie star, a lovable and goofy character on “Parks and Recreation,” a doting father and husband (married to actress Anna Faris) and a generally good dude in Hollywood.
He is not, however, a particularly good chef.
Vanity Fair posted a video (below) to its YouTube channel on Jan. 3, 2017, titled: “Chris Prat Cleans and Guts A Fish.” Why Chris Pratt decided he needed to demonstrate his sea bass-slaughtering abilities for the masses isn’t necessarily ever explained; what is shown, however, is how miserably he fails at achieving his end goal.
Thankfully, the video does not document Pratt catching the fish, and the fish is mercifully already deceased before he takes his knife to the animal and begins the ultimate clumsy hack job, narrating throughout the whole video as though he knows what he is doing (while clearly, he does not have a clue).
Animal activists out there, or those who get squeamish and uncomfortable while viewing imagery of other living creatures being cut into and exploited for humorous purposes: this video is not for you.
However, if you want to watch Pratt fumble his way through the cleaning and gutting of a bass while lakeside in California, make sure to check out the full video of the debacle (below):chris pratt, fish gutting, fish industry, vanity fair, video, YouTube