Saturday, March 5, 2016

Saturday With Joey Dog

Greetings fellow food fans and loyal readers. This is The Daily Bone Saturday edition. I'm your fastidious doggie reporter Joseph (Joey dog) Spaniel, Doggie Chief Inspector, comestibles division, and founder of the Yum Yum Coalition.


I'm starting out with my food report. We've been having some easy to prepare cold-weather dishes lately. As far a I'm concerned, the humans can cook the same things every day and I'd be perfectly happy to sample it all!

Tuna casserole with steamed vegetables. Yum.

Chicken tender with biscuits and vegetables.

Chicken pot pie for lunch! 

They did go out recently to their favorite Japanese restaurant. This is what they got:

Takoyaki.

Miso soup and salad.

Bento box.

I found a couple of comics that I rather like because they have to do with food.

Red and Rover

Dog Eat Doug

Take It From The Tinkersons


It seems today became an impromptu cleaning day. 


Dad got out the screaming dragon noisy scary machine monster dirt sucker thing, otherwise known as a shop-vac, and decided to clean the upstairs too. We doggies usually hide in ghostwriter's office until he's done. 


But then ghostwriter took over and vacuumed her office and the bedroom too. She doesn't care if Dad uses his work shop tools to clean the house and round up the dust bunnies. But she didn't like using the shop-vac much herself. It tips over easily, is extremely loud, and the extension cord gets all tangled up. As she was working, she kept saying, "cantankerous old barnacle!" 


I'm pretty sure she meant the shop-vac and not Dad! 


Nap time now. See you later! 


12 comments:

  1. You have the BEST food at your house! Mom made this casserole that's a bag of shredded hash browns, a can of cream of chicken soup, a cup of sour cream, 1/4 cup melted butter, a chopped jalapeno, 1/2 an onion and half a red pepper, chopped, a couple cups of chopped ham, mixed up and topped with buttered Ritz cracker crumbs to which she's added 1/2 tsp of smoked Paprika, then baked 350 for 40 minutes. Dad had seconds and Dad hardly ever has seconds as he watches his calories (you know, as if he creeps up about 154 he might explode). :-) Hugs and wags from your friend Abby

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    1. That sounds interesting. We'll have to try it. The tuna casserole we have is very simple. One can black olives, three cans tuna, a family size can cream of mushroom soup, a package of american cheese cut into chunks, one box of pasta cooked. Mix it all up and bake.

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    2. That sounds interesting. We'll have to try it. The tuna casserole we have is very simple. One can black olives, three cans tuna, a family size can cream of mushroom soup, a package of american cheese cut into chunks, one box of pasta cooked. Mix it all up and bake.

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  2. I used to see food like that around here, but not so much anymore...

    Have a good long nap Joey!

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  3. All dat food are makin me hungry!

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  4. We started drooling from the second that we saw the title of your post, Joey! We KNEW that this would be a tasty report!
    Our mom vacuums with a sweeper that our dad gave her but hers is orange instead of red.

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  5. Your food always looks so yummy!
    hugs
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

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  6. Did they make you boys help with the cleaning? When mom gets the vacuum out we follow her all over the house.

    Keep Calm & Bark On!

    Murphy & Stanley

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  7. Hi hi hi! Ojo here! I would like to join you for dinner. Or lunch. Yum.

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  8. That food looks absolutely wonderful! Did you get a bite? I hope you did!

    I don't like the dirt sucking monster. I always hide when it comes out to do its job and am happy when it is hidden away again!

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  9. Our Mom got the sucky machine out too! It must have been an illness going around!

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