Japanese son sent these photos.
Your assignment if you chose to accept it. . .
Is to find all the happy Japanese Guts, that thehamish has been in hos[ital for.
Good Luck and remember The Square Ones will disavolve any knowledge
of this mission.
da da da da da da da DAAAiA du dummmm da da dam daaaaaaaa !
Granddaughter is eating a Croque Madam.
After I downloaded this photo the next day Sarah Carey had on her
Everyday Foods blog, how to make one minus the bechamel.
And here is your mid week pretty.
Just because I can !
Prickly Pear in bloom.
guts. . . parsnip
music. . . Thought I Was a Spaceman, Blur
After 12 years Blur is back !
The blossoms are lovely. I've heard of a croque madam, but haven't had it. I have had the croque monsieur dish though.ReplyDelete
Either one I am happy with. So tasty.Delete
Great pictures. Sorry to read about the hospital.ReplyDelete
He is really doing quite well.Delete
To tell you the truth I am very shocked.
Good to hear. Very, very good.Delete
All those horrid little signs and the Hamish - can't bear to think about it.ReplyDelete
Like the look of that Croque Madam (and the grand-daughter)
She is very funny !Delete
The photos are delightful! The "cartoon glands" I can live without! ;) I'm a bit behind on my reading, sugar, so I'm hoping that Hamish is OK! *yikes* Going to read what I've missed! xoxoxoxReplyDelete
Yes, thehamish is doing great !Delete
Hello Parsnip, Croque Madam looks quite different than they look here.We have also Croque monsieur. Your granddaughter seems to like it al lot. Love the flowers on the Prickly Pear. Such variation in colours.ReplyDelete
It is Friday!
This was from a shop in Japan.Delete
I find here in America there are several different way to make then.
I always think you should have bechamel. Son said they were tasty.
That's such a cute guts pictures. I love the photo of your granddaughter. She is so cute and what a great capture!ReplyDelete
I'm so sorry thehamish had to go to ER and stay at the hospital. Glad he is home now. I know you give the very best care, diet, etc but stil, some health issues catch our fur babies. I hope he'll get much much better, be happy and be thehamish. Sending warm thoughts to you xoxo
Yes he is home and being more spoiled if that is possible.Delete
Without the bechamel? Forget it. Lovely cactus photo and cute little Japanese dictionary of terms. This post is a feast for the ogling eyes.ReplyDelete
Sarah Carey had one where you didn't use bechamel and it looked really good.Delete
I have only ever had a croque monsieur. Yours looks yummy. Gorgeous pretties.ReplyDelete