Wordless Wednesday With Tyebe and Shoko

A beautiful day today.  The temperature is a balmy 79F.  Of course, we’re used to the warm weather now.   We like it.  No longer does it feel as  hot as an oven when we step indoors.                                                         

We actually walked up and down in the garden.  No, we don’t look like street walkers that have lost their way.

It was a great day….now for a snooze.

Notice, I’m listening to what mm says….”Speak softly but carry a big stick.”

We are joining Wordless Wednesday at Comedy Plus so rush over and give Sandee a big kiss and run away, mol.   She’ll know you’re from Canadian Cats cause the whole family is a little dingy! mol                                                

In Purrsuit of Flavours “Fruit Loose and Fancy Free”

Are you ready for the recipe for Key Lime Pie, Tyebe?  Ready and waiting Shoko.  Although let’s have something to eat while we’re waiting, Shoko.   Before we start chowing down let me say that we’re joining Sandee’s Wordless Wednesday at her blog, Comedy Plus.  Scratch your way to the title and join them by clicking on the title or the badge.                                                                                                                          



Ah! Nothing better than Key Lime Salmon for lunch.

You got that right, Tyebe.                                                                                   

I’m onto the special kibble mom got for this occasion, Key Lime Siamese Kibble with 35% extra limes.  So good!!

 Here is the recipe for the pie not the kibble!

Key Lime Pie

Bake pie crust first:

We used a Keebler Graham Pie Crust from the store.  It’s made with Graham Cracker Crumbs.  No fuss no muss.

They recommend making a Golden Crust by brushing with a beaten egg white & bake at 190° C or 375° F for 5 minutes. Cool before filling. Place pie on a cookie sheet prior to filling.                                                         
The picture shows beaten egg wash and cooked crust.

(Save the yoke for the Key Lime filling.)

While the crust is baking:
Stovetop directions: Follow carefully.

Don’t burn yourself….be careful.

Filling: in a saucepan with two slightly beaten egg yokes

  1. Add 1/3 cup (83 ml) cold water, add pouch contents and whisk until smooth.

  2. Add in 2 cups (500 ml) hot water and mix.

  3. Cook over MEDIUM-HIGH heat, stirring continuously. When bubbles first break the surface, continue to boil and stir for 30 sec. Remove from stovetop and stir in 1 tbsp (5 m) butter.

  4. Cool 5 Mins. Stirring twice. The pudding will continue to thicken as it cools.

Key Lime Pie:

  1. Pour into baked, cooled 9” (23 cm) pie shell.

  2. Cool for 3 hours on the counter before serving.

There you have it! Key Lime Pie with the bells and whistles. Apply your own bells and whistles. We used ours on our Key Lime Salmon luncheon. MOL

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Mom finally got her backsplash in the kitchen after a year and a half. Pictures below.

Our addiction, I MEAN ADDITION to “Fruit Loose and Fancy Free” for July.

What Are We Making For In Purrsuit of Flavours?

Hey Shoks, let’s tell everyone what Da Phenny and you decided on for the “Fruit loose and Fancyfree” theme in July.  You had the idea of cranberries on a stick but we couldn’t find a stick small enough.


Nelly came up with the idea of watermelon on a stick but the watermelon was too big and broke the stick.  We even cut the watermelon very small and still there was breakage.  Phenny decided we better think another way so I asked mom and she knew right away.  She wanted a laid-back, relaxed recipe for a Key Lime Pie.  So that’s what we are producing on Wednesday.                                                                                 

So appearing on :
will be our Key Lime Pie…..the easy way.


Introducing July’s Purrsuit of Flavours theme.

Hi, I’m Shoko’s and Tyebe’s Dad. Because Mom is not feeling well.

It’s 100 Degrees Fahrenheit here and the cats are on strike.

We are introducing July’s in Purrsuit of Flavours theme. We may be late, but we are here. The theme for July is “Fruit loose and fancy-free.” With fruit, we don’t just mean deserts, any fruit use in any recipe, Appi’s, Marmalade, jams, raw fruit, cooked fruit, smoothies and Dad’s favourite Blueberry compote.

The date for Purrsuit of Flavours is July 7, 2021

We will be back to show what we are making on Monday 5, 2021


Friday Fun Fill-Ins with Us

What a gorgeous day.  Are you still here, Shoko?                                     



Of course, I am.  It’s time to play with the fill-in sentences.  The first 2 were done by Ellen of 15 and Meowing and the last 2 were done by her co-host Lorianne of Four-Legged-Furballs.

    We are also joining Feline Friday at Comedy Plus.  Just click on their name or click on the badge and you’ll join the fun.                                                           

We’re lucky to have such a glorious day, Tyebe. It’s so nice and warm. Do you want to roll in the dirt Shoko? Usually, I’d say “yes” but we must do the Fun Filled Fill-Ins.  OK, big sis.

1. If I could trade places with someone for a day, I would trade with…..STRIPPER, cause she has everything.  She’s beautiful and graceful.  She’s also got lots of money for treats and toys.

2. I would like to own a DANCING POLE someday.  then I could practice dainty moves like Stripper does.


3. I can’t stand…THE COTTONWOOD SEED PODS… this time of the year.  They stick to my paws and are really irritating.                                             

4. THE SUN WARMING EVERYTHING UP…..is my favorite thing about this time of the year.  See how the sun has warmed up the potato bed until there is new growth from the old seed potatoes.                                                                             

Changing Water with a Thankful Snoopervisor

Over here Dad.   This fountain needs cleaning….ugh!  I guess it’s not too bad but it could sparkle more.  We want inviting water so we are tempted to drink more.


It’s a bit low on water too. We don’t want to strain ourselves.

That’s much better dad. Oh my, we are special!

You’re using the purified water!  I am so thankful you are my dad and I get the good water.

We are joining Brian’s Home for Thankful Thursday.  Simply hit the name highlighted in red or the badge and be whisked away.



Fun Fried Friday Fill Ins

Such a so-so day!  One minute it’s raining and gray and the next minute the sun’s out and blaring down to dry up the rain.

 We are joining  Comedy Plus for Feline Friday so pop over and see the blogs with furries as its #1 priority.

This is Friday so it’s fish day……I mean Friday is “Fill’ er in Day”” from 15 and Meowing and the Four leggedFurballs so we are joining them for their sentences.  Mom is going to play with us.                                                                                   



1. I am overdue to.. …play a game of Prince George opoly.  A game just like monopoly but using our city instead.


2. I am so sick of…..rain.  A little rain would water the flowers and keep the dust down but now the plants are getting water logged.


3. WHEAT THINS, THE MULTI-GRAIN VARIETY…… is a strange snack for a cat but I like to eat them.


4 A COFFIN WITH A VOODOO DOLL INSIDE….. is one of the most random things I own.



There you have it, our views on the Fill In for this week.

Happy Tyebe Tuesday with Shoko Too

We are joining Sandee and Happy Tuesday over at Comedy plus today.  Take a drive by her place and see other furries and read what they’ve been up to.  Click the name or badge and you’ll get the destination.                           

Mom got us a nameplate for the Lane.  Shoks and I thought it was perfect.

We went through the gate and walked up the Lane of Siamese Drive.

Not much happening in the Lane or should I say Siamese Dr. Looks deserted Shoko.  Wonder where everybody went.  Maybe they headed towards the Kitty Cat Klub.  Let’s go see, Shoko.

The crappy house is still here.  What are we supposed to do to see the Kitty Cat Klub?             
Stripper said to clap your paws once and blink twice. and the Klub will appear.  OK, here goes.  I’ll clap once and blink twice, Tyebe.                                                                    We did it, There’s the Klub.

Do you wanna take a peek, Shoks? I sure do Tyebe. I don’t think Stripper would mind cause you’re family.

You see the guy in the hat?  That guy is security so behave Tyebe.

Look Shoko….”The Hairy Dudes.” They’re so handsome and tough-looking.  The trio has such melodious voices.  Here’s our waitress.  Candy I’ll have a Nanaimo Bar liqueur and Tyebe’ll have a ginger beer.  Thank you.

Their voices are fantabulous.  Let’s get a table Tyebe.

They sure can sing. Cat’s in a Cradle and What’s New Pussycat? just drove me wild. I wish that Snap and Einstein were here to enjoy this singing.

That was fun Tyebe and thanks for taking me.  I wonder where Stripper is?  She mentioned something about becoming management.  Really?  Good for her.

She can make it a success too.

C’mon, let’s go inside and get some food.


In Purrsuit of Flavours…..Sensational Sandwiches

We are joining Comedy Plus for Wordless Wednesday.  We talk too much for wordless so make it wordy as a salamander with his tail caught in a door.  Click on the name or badge and join the mob over there.                                                     

What are you doing, Tyebes?  You look like a mop flopping around on the floor.                                                         










This is a Yeowy!!! sardine and it has lots of nip in it. Well, tear yourself away fish breath, and let’s start cooking up a sandwich storm. Coming!!

Our co-host for Sensational sandwiches is Phenny and Nelly of Easyweimaraner blog. Our not too picky French friends.  Click on their name and be thrown to France and the dogs.  mol

Now, Tyebes we’re making a toasted mushroom and bacon sandwich.  So let’s start.                                                               


You cook the mushrooms and I’ll stick the bacon in the oven.  We are making 2 sandwiches.

Consider it done, Chef Shoko.         

Toasted Bacon and Mushroom Sandwich


4 slices of bread
4 strips of bacon.
5 big mushrooms


1/  Put bread in the toaster.  Toast till the desired colour appears.                 

2/ Cook bacon either in the oven, stove, or microwave.
3/ Cook mushrooms on the stove.
4/ Butter the bread.
5/ Spread mayo on the sandwich. If you like lots of mayo on the sandwich fill er up!

Here is your finished sandwich.

We did it Shoko and that bacon sure smells yummy. You have the mushrooms and I’ll have the bacon, ok? I don’t think so, you freeloader. Am not, Shoks.

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