Friday, December 16, 2011

The good, the bad and the yummy

Good for you.
Pea vines with plum sauce. I got the camera too close to the steam, hence the foggy photo.

The bad.
Three dog beds dragged into the room; toys tossed randomly out of toy box.

The yummy. Duh.
 Whole wheat bread with crunchy millet and sesame seeds. Oatmeal butterscotch cookies.

Steal cookies? Could dogs with these innocent faces steal cookies? (All we had to do was hang around--she drops things.)


  1. The Tuscan soup looks very good, sometimes that kale can be tough for sure. - That is a pretty loaf of bread, looks like you got a nice rise on it. - Have a wonderful weekend! xo

  2. Sherri, we had a badder bad this evening, so the soup got edited out.

  3. The kitchen is the best place to hang out when yummies are being prepared. We hope you scored bigtime!

    Love ya lots,
    Maggie and Mitch

  4. Hi Remington here! Thanks for stopping by my blog! I don't think you would steal cookies....not you! BTW -- I am going to follow, not around your kitchen....just in Blogland! I hope we can be great friends!

  5. Those innocent faces could not have done ANYTHING wrong!

    Yummies in your kitchen.....even tho they look healthy! LOL

  6. ha! We know how to look innocent too. Good work kiddos!!
    BRD & Hootie

    ps-We're spending Christmas in Phx this year, but will never forget your mama's kind offer to watch us last year while we were in Seattle. We'll try to remember to do a Chanukah post for you guys!!

  7. Hey, I'm in Seattle. If you're ever in Capitol Hill I make some pretty great biscuits for the dog park.

  8. My person watches her cookies pretty close, but she's always dropping things when she makes them. Yummy. I hope those guys got some cookies. -Bongo

  9. I've never heard of pea vines.

    OMG, that picture makes them look so innocent.

  10. I love the way some dogs have faces that are so innocent, no evidence in the world could convince someone they could ever be naughty.