Wow, the Sunday Selfies are here again. So we are clambering over to The Cat On My Head’s blog to see what they have to say and then one of us will be chosen to pose for the Selfie on their blog. The Cat On My Head has had some problems earlier so we’ll wait to see if we can hook up later.
We couldn’t decide who would do a selfie so we both did one each.
First up is Tyebe in the basket having a bath.
Here I am in the basket having a bath.
Do you get the idea maybe it’s sticky in the basket and we must clean up after stepping in it? mol
Hurry up mom, we have to play before it’s Story Time. I think Cow Kitty’s Cheese with Mice would be fun.
This basket on your desk is in a great place. I can watch you and everyone else that comes into my area.
I haven’t played with the Cheese and Mice for years. I wonder if I still know how?
Look at those mice go. Son of a mouse eater!
MOL…here they come again.!
Today is Brian’s Thankful Thursday so I am very thankful mom plays with me and does most of the things I want to do. For this alone, I am a thankful Shoko.
Click on Brian’s Thankful Thursdayand join in the hop. You know what they say…”Ye who hops like a bunny will find an easter egg in their bed!”
You got the shovel Kali? What for Shoko? Well, we gotta dig a hole to get mom into…..this is going to take a while. What are you doing with that trowel…we need real shovels that can dig lotsa dirt at one time. We’ll be digging from now till winter with a trowel. I don’t like this Shoko….we’ll never get mom to go sit in a hole…..while we throw dirt at her. Then she’s going to be annoyed and we won’t see treats for some time to come. Hmm…you got a point ghosty sister of mine. Let’s just forget it till we have a better plan.
Another Fryday with another Fill-In from Ellen of 15 and Meowing and Annie from McGuffy’s Reader. These two gals think up two sentences each for us to fill in. The first two are from 15 and Meowing and the last two are from McGuffy’s Reader. Pretty clever, eh?
I made a fort between the pillows in bed….I’m comfy how bout you?
1. A recurring dream I have is….. THAT BUDDY VISITS ON A BEAUTIFUL HORSE AND WE GO RIDING IN THE BACK LANE. OH MY I’M GETTING EXCITED….He is gorgeous! Buddy is fromTomcat Commentary by TimLook at those basket eyes…hehehe….I love em so much I could rip some of his furs out to take to my basket and dream of him I. On second thought we don’t need the horse. We’d probably use our claws to get up on the horse and the horse would bolt….leaving us on our heads on the ground. MOL
2. Turn…..HYPOALLERGENIC WET FOOD….. into …..DELI ROAST TURKEY….. AND I’D BE A HAPPY CAMPER.Mom does her best to get me to eat and sometimes I’m absolutely fascinated by the lengths she’ll go to and I absent- mindedly eat the slop.
My turn Kali….I must express myself before I burst. MOL
3. CAPPY-TAN….. is driving me crazy! He waits outside our door for one of us to come outside, He even sings to us. Myself, I think he’s not neutered and is ready to get his MEW off.
4. Lately, I have been….HAPPY TO STAY AROUND THE BACKYARD AND INVESTIGATE BUGS IN THE GARDEN…… a stroll is wonderful when the weather is beautiful and warm but when the wind’s howling, the backyard with the six foot fence is the place to play.
There you have it my friends, our opinions on today’s fill-ins.
Strictly the views of the occupants of Fort Meezer.
Hi my friends. Mom and dad decided to work on this Shopping Around the World together. This seems ridiculous to me cause mom and dad’s priorities are different.
This Shopping Around the World is being hosted by Two Spoiled Cats. This is a blog hop so when you have finished your SAW, click on Two Spoiled Cats.
The dish is supposed to be a meatless dish. Dad is a meat eater like us so this idea took him off guard. Dad and I chattered about the lack of meat, then dad bravely decided he could live through one meal without meat.
They made up their own dish called Feta Cheese and Spinach Pastry. Sounds good doesn’t it? They thought so and went about gathering ingredients.
You will need:
a frozen packet of chopped spinach…300 grams $1.98…
feta cheese….Ziggy’s is the best….400 grams….$5.50
Greek spice……adds that greek touch. Jar is $5.60
Fresh Mushrooms…you know what a fresh mushroom looks like…quit jivin’ me. You do to!! Seven fresh mushrooms $1.66
Red Pepper….. $2.86
Phyllo Pastry….. $3.30
The egg mixture is for pouring inside the tart before cooking.
120 ml milk
Typical mom, she had beet greens in the freezer so used them…about 1 and a half cups plus the frozen spinach. You must wring out the spinach and remove all juice that you possibly can remove. That’s a whopping load of spinach. She put the spinach and beet greens in a bowl. Mom chopped up the red pepper in small pieces….about half the red pepper. She sautéed the red pepper by itself and then dumped it in the mixture. Mom chopped up about 6 medium mushrooms in slices and sautéed those, adding them to the mixture. Meanwhile dad is playing angry birds and winning. Good going dad! Ok, what’s next mom? Dad, mom says it’s up to you to help. My lack of thumbs will be a problem but I’ll supervise.
Did someone mention feta cheese and greek spice? Time for…..
Ompa!! MOL This is fun.
To recap after so rudely being interrupted: We’ve taken the ingredients and sautéed the mushrooms and red pepper and now add the chopped feta cheese to the mixture. We put in about 3/4 of a cup. “The more feta the beda.” mew, mew, MOL I break me up, *pounds counter*. Get over yourself Shoko and get on with the recipe!
We have our mixture together, even the red peppers and mushrooms. Now it’s time to haul out the phyllo pastry. Seeing as it was frozen, it is best thawed out in the fridge. This pastry does not take kindly to being dried out. When you bring the phyllo pastry out have a glass of water and a brush for the pastry and keep it moist. When it starts to dry it breaks off. We decided to use about 4 sheetsof pastry for um…pastry thingee and 1 cup of filling.
Meanwhile mix together 2 eggs and 120 ml. of milk, salt and pepper. Our tarts were humongous so we split the egg mixture into the 3 pastries we had. Wrap the pastry so extra pastry is sticking up so it can fan out a bit. Then cook the pastries for 40 to 50 minutes. Voila!! One huge pastry.
The taste test….Mmmm…they both agree, the pastry looks unappetizing, …maybe if they were smaller…. The taste is beyond compare, just delicious. A slice of the feta and spinach pastry gives you a serving of vegetables.
Cooking and eating done, mom and dad braved the cold and ventured out.
1. I wish… PEASANT BLOUSES… would come back in style. THEY HID THAT EXTRA BIT OF TUMMY. OHHH, I AGREE MOM BUT IT WOULD BE A DRESS FOR ME.2. I always have…A MOUSE… in my purse ( or wallet for men)…WELL OK, IT’S UNDER MY PILLOW IN MY BASKET.
3. I think that I AM DESTINED TO REDEFINE THE FANTABULOUS BEAUTY KNOWN AS CAT.
4. COW KITTY….. is a pet peeve of mine.
There you have it anipals of Blogville. Our Fill-Ins for this week.
Mom and I went for a good walk today. Well, she walked, I rode. The things I saw my friends. They’d curl Kali’s fur and she’d be a LaPerm cat….MOL…I’m so funny! MOL! *sigh* What? OK, I’ll get on with the story, mom. It was unbelievable! Pure craziness. Peeps were all over….making lotsa noise too. Cars were whizzing by and I was scared at first. I crept to the back of the basket…near mom. There were so many strange noises. Dogs were barking, usually I couldn’t see them but I saw three of the big boogers. Kali would have saucer eyes!. MOL
Two of the big dogs I saw were Bulldogs, mom said. I wouldn’t want them living near me. They are super loud. I pulled back in the basket but had my eyes on them till they were outta sight.
We went by one house that had a lovely tree getting new growth on it and MOL, these peeps had tied plastic apples on the tree. It was cool. I guess it’s an apple tree or a plastic apple tree. MOL
How artsy….a fine creation from peeps that have seen their fill of wintry landscapes.
Mom said we both had done very well and we should head home.
Mom was talking with our neighbour on our way home and he realized I was sitting in the stroller, so he asked about me and mom explained we went for a roll and stroll. He has two cats and was enthralled with the stroller. He said the pet stroller was, “Cutting edge” and I had to agree with him, at least for Prince George it was very *cutting edge*. I yelled at mom to hurry up and we were on the move again.
Kali met us at the door and was delighted to see us, mewing up a storm. I told her all about the sights we saw and she licked my head. Aww….sis…I had a good time. I’m sure tired though.
S’cuse my friends I must have a well deserved nap. Can you imagine the dreams I’ll have? MOL
I had a marvelous day yesterday at Cat Scouts. Sammy of the Worldwide Wildcat Troop put on a Greenhouse warming party and we all brought our nip plants. Well, I had a riot chasing some mice out back with a few of my pals. Needless to say I overindulged in the nip and mom informed me I sounded weird so we should go home.
Once home I did what every cat that was “nipped” out would do…….I slept.
Today I was chompin’ at the bit to get out in the sunshine. So dad let me out. That was early this morning. Mom called and called me but I never showed up and I usually come to her by the second calling. By 2pm, mom was fussin’ and fumin’ as to where I was…..so dad, wanting to put mom’s mind at rest, MOL….came lookin’ for me. I was found fast asleep under one of the neighbour’s 87,000 old cars. Dad took me home and told mom where he found me. Mom kept me inside but I was tired and didn’t want to go gallivanting about. I crawled up to my condo and continued my pleasant dream.
Kali had her own objectives for the day. Rising at 10am, she went tripping sleepily out to the deck.
Kali hasn’t been feeling so great lately and so mom decided to give her some Barley Cat…this aids with digestion. Kali came back in for her beef Fancy Feast. Mom thought she was being real sneaky by putting the Barley Cat into the Fancy Feast. Kali looked at the Fancy Feast, looked at mom, shook her front paws and walked away to lay down in her basket. Not the reaction mom wanted at all. Mom waited for an hour and then took a teaspoon of food to Kali in her basket. Kali proceeded to gobble the food down as if she hadn’t been fed for days. Mom tried this again with the same results. Mom got the bowl of food and gave it to her and Kali got up and finished the bowl of food.
Now, mom is just shaking her head wondering about us. Why am I found sound asleep under an old car when I have so many comfy places to sleep right here? What is Kali trying to prove by declining her food and then eating the same food when it is spoon fed to her? Every day different.