Mar 082014

Hot Sunday Morning

It had started out like any other Sunday morning. But, I was yearning to finally quench a desire. A craving that had been burning inside of me for so very long. Upon seeing this beautiful dawn I was going to do something about it.

My first priority was to take Phoenix out and play hard with him so he would be exhausted and then focus on this forthcoming morning of satiating my needs. As he lay on the back porch I sat down next to him and wished to take a selfie of the two of us. Being the kind, loyal, caring Golden Retriever he always is for me it somehow took a sour turn.

Phoenix and Mike

Yep, my own kid sticking this tongue out and giving the middle finger to the camera. How rude! I left him to his foul mood, went into the house so that I could get to planning.

For what? A party like no other Sunday morning. With hot, sexy guests.  And I was going International. That’s right, there could be a sordid incident with global ramifications. I was able to gather the folks up and assess where we were headed. My pulse had quickened, a few beads of sweat on my brow in nervous anticipation.

I love the English. And their accents (along with the Aussies too). What I wanted this morning was The English Muffinz to spread them apart for my Canadian Bacon buddies.
Phoenix, “The muffins originated in the United States by Samuel Bath Thomas.”
Me, glaring down at him in distaste for a debate, “And he was from England.”
One of our classic, silent stares at each other ensued for a few seconds.
My kid blinked first, “Whatever. Give me a treat.”
Hee hee…rare staring win for Dad!

My new Canadian friends showed up to help me distribute the love. Oh lordy they looked good. Slender yet that perfect roundness the English like to be porked with and do it Bacon Style. 3 Eggz showed up along with 2 Stix of Butter, Salt n’ Peppa and lastly Leonardo DeLemon.

The music was playing, I had my groove on and I called everyone together for a group party shot. That’s when disaster happened.

IngredientsNotice what is out of place? That’s right. It was Parsley. Out of nowhere and uninvited she crashed our party. The chaos began right here as she was trying to climb all over the The English Muffinz to get at Canadian Bacon.

All the racket in the kitchen caught someone’s attention…
Phoenix Morning 10-5-13

3 Eggz were ready to sing out one of their best hits “Rap Us On The Bowl”.3 Eggs

But, things got out control quickly and they had to be separated.Eggs Separated

Canadian Bacon was feeling it, ready to burst and wanting to have their package opened.Canadian Bacon

Canadian Bacon and The English Muffinz jumped onto the pan to go into the Booth of Beauty. But, Parsley was at it again. Touching, feeling, caressing Bacon as a tease before the pork monsters became heated and firm.Bacon and Muffins Ready For Oven

The total, uncontrollable trollop she is after they came out.Parsley With Bacon and Muffins

2 Stix of Butter were ready for their turn and would go into the Nuke O’ Drome to get their game on.Butter Prepare To Melt

 Now their melty goodness was ready, willing and able.Butter Melted

The separated Eggz got a pour of reality with the yolks going into the BlendaMix concert for a continuous pulse. My heart was racing.Eggs Beaten In Blender

It was time to start the continuous pouring of melted 2 Stix into the BlendaMix of love when I was rudely interrupted for a second.
Phoenix, “You might want to…”
Me, “I got this….”Phoenix Thinking

I hit the wrong button and wound it to up to hurricane speed in .06 seconds….Pouring In Butter Oops

Phoenix continued, “…put the lid back on.”


My kid was howling laughing, “LOL!! Epic failure!!”   Man’s Best Friend.
Phoenix Laughing

After a massive clean up job and a complete do-over I did it the right way.Pouring Butter In Right Way

I pulled the lid off to look and wha-laa!!Sauce In Blender

Next it was time to grab some…

For Pete’s Sake. It happened so fast he didn’t know what tackled him to the counter.

Me, “Parsley!! Get off of Leonardo DeLemon!!” I’m tellin’ ya…she’s on whomever is available like no tomorrow.Parsley On Lemon Bottle

The next batch of 3 Eggz were wanting crack and I gave it to them with crystal glasses. Hang on…what happened to her and Leonardo DeLemon??? Lordy, told you she’s quick.Parsley Looking For More Action

I made a tornado of swirling water in the hot tub of Poaching Magic and gently poured each of the Eggz in! They had their fun for about 2 1/2 to 3 minutes (cheap dates) and I decided to pull them out to rejoin the party. Poaching Eggs

Here is where I had a major brain fart in not telling the part of the story that I would also be making Eggs Florentine.  And I forgot to take a picture of the spinach and Bacon beneath the egg on the right! It was all Parsley’s fault.Eggs On Muffins

Finally it all came together and since she had already done the whole room I couldn’t resist her advances either.Parsley And Mike

So Spinach went with one of the English Muffinz, The Canadian Boyz jumped on top of each, followed by Pouched Eggz. Then the explosion of Hollandaise sauce dripped over everyone with Paprika sprinkled on for an aphrodisiac. I was about to burst and devoured them both.

Bam! My first ever Eggs Benedict and Eggs Florentine.Eggs Benedict and Eggs Florentine

Here are the original Eggs Benedict and Blender Hollandaise Sauce recipes from The Pioneer Woman.

Phoenix and I wanted to send a thank you to our wonderful new friend, Mandi, for all of her wonderful support and that she encouraged me to keep writing outside of the box. She writes wonderful posts about any topic that strikes her mood and they are absolutely spectacular to read. The latest was about selfies which opened up some fantastic dialogue in the Comments section! Please visit her blog at Cellulite Looks Better Tan and enjoy. You will love it! Thank you again so much, Mandi!

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Mike Vogler

I have been told (many times) that I really need to write a book about my life. The past 50+ years have been an exciting ride, and these days I find myself with a great many passions. However, I feel that this website is a much more personal way with which to share my musings, stories and commentary.

  98 Responses to “The Morning My Hot English Lover And I Had Our Party Crashed”

  1. Mike. Dude. You did not really leave the lid off the blender. Right? Please tell me you were writing fiction. And BTW, I still don’t understand where the trollop (I mean, parsley) ended up.

    • Actually, the blender catastrophe really happened, Suzanne. It would have probably been ok had I not hit the wrong button. As far as the trollop (aka Parsley)…she was never a part of the recipe hence the intended funny part of the post and the title 🙂

  2. Ohhhhh MIKE! I’m so sorry to hear about your blender catastrophe but I LAUGHED SO HARD through this post. I love, love, love it, and SUPER well done to Mandi for encouraging you to write like this.

    Oh that PICTURE! That last one…WOW!

    And I love your storytelling with the foodstuffs and their different characters. It’s genius – truly, I would never have thought to anthropomorphise food, but you do it so well.

    THE PICTURE! Ohhh I think you should get your heinie on Pintrest and start a Food Porn board…it would soon rival Beth’s board of hunky men!

    Also, the photo of you and Madame Parsley – SO awesome 😀

    • Beth is on Pin Board restriction with me until I start seeing some Kate…hot, steamy…Kate Beckinsale on there! Your compliments and virtual laughter made my day, Lizzi! I hope if Mandi reads this that she will get the selfie tribute 🙂

  3. Great post Mike! (My favorite breakfast food at that) And yes I did laugh at the blender activity, but that IS only because I so would do something like that. And I can’t believe you let that trollup into your house. 🙂

    • She snuck in, Adrian! Uninvited! I’m glad that I’m not the only one who has mistakes in the kitchen. So glad you laughed! 🙂

  4. What can I say.. You’re one of a kind 🙂 I love it!!

  5. Lid off the blender? Don’t feel bad… You are not the only one that has done that… wait until you read about the butternut squash soup debacle in Dangled Carat!

    • I was distracted, Hilary! Phoenix was right…not only an epic failure but hilariously funny after I gathered my wits. Can’t wait to hear about butternut squash! 🙂

  6. I can’t believe you accepted sloppy seconds (thirds, fourths, tenths?) from that tramp Parsley. I thought you had higher standards. I’m so disappointed.

    As for the blender, ask me about the time Samantha and Bryan’s daughter Alissa made cookies at our house.

    P.S. Can I borrow your Parsley? I have no standards.

    • Cookies in a blender, Ed? Add some ice cream and I’m in! Parsley is all your’s. I’m spent brother 🙂

    • No, the cookie dough/ingredients were aaaaallllll over the kitchen after two six year old girls tried to make them while I slept. That was phase one of their dastardly plan.

    • 🙂

  7. The top photo unveiled the sexiest morning story and photo gallery. Incredible writing, Mike! Made my day [smile]

    • Woo hoo! There is no better compliment than making someone’s day, Memographer! Awesome to hear from you 🙂

  8. I’ve taken on a whole new attitude toward the quiet, unassuming parsley. What’s happening in my refrigerator crisper, stays in the crisper. My life suddenly seems boring (sigh).

    After reading your hilarious story, I’m more excited to “mess” around Phoenix than your cooking.

    • LOL I burst out laughing at “what’s happening in my refrigerator crisper, stays in the crisper..” part, Neva! That is brilliant! Phoenix loves to be messed with. For real. So you two would get along famously 🙂

  9. Mike, you are so FUNNY!! I have not come across better humor than this one!! Fantastic!! and I love all those pictures! How do you manage to click so many of them while cooking is a marvel! Thats the real reason of your lid catastrophe…multi-tasking, that too while cooking!!

    Such a unique style! I love it. And yes, I have read that selfie of Mandy, this one surpasses that! Thanks for sharing.

    • Mandi will be stoked that you read her posts, Balroop! They are so awesome and the comments following those posts really are the best chime-in’s. You are the one who caught this on the mess I accomplished. That’s exactly why the blendastrophe occurred. Multi-tasking or a failure to do so. Thank you for your awesome compliments…huge smiles! 🙂

  10. Ha ha ha! Funny stuff Mike! Parsley…I know a few like that one!

    • Ya, but were they green, shiny and an herb, Tony? You can share here. It’s just you, me and the Internet talking. So you’re safe, sir 🙂

  11. Okay, I almost couldn’t handle all the sex in this post but then parsley saved the day. Thank Jaysus!

    • Didn’t mean to overwhelm you, Colleen! Hang on, was that a good thing or bad thing. Parsley saved nothing! And I wish Jaysus had been here to help me clean up that mess 🙂

  12. OMG I love this!! Who knew parsley got around so much?! You are a total riot, Mike! And Phoenix warning you about the lid…hilarious!

    • I’m tellin’ ya Kim…keep her away from your hubby. Nothing but trouble! Yes, Phoenix is a world of help. Not! So awesome to hear from you 🙂

  13. If you cooked like that for me, I’d go parsley on you too!!

    Funny post and the conversation with Phoenix, priceless!!

    Still chuckling!! 😉

    • Yowsah! I need to shower first, Melissa! Ya, he’s a riot Mr Always The Peanut Gallery lol! 🙂

  14. So so so funny. And hawt. Who knew breakfast could be so R-rated. I love your mix of words and meanings – you did an amazing job bringing out the sizzle in your relationship and even through you couldn’t resist the charms of Mizz Parsley’s advances and shot your… most beautiful picture of the finish; looks yummy. I’m fanning my face while I’m thinking about fixing this recipe for dinner tonight!

    • Thank you so much, Nan! I’m a huge breakfast fan….any meal of the day. Parsley definitely had it going on that morning! Fanning your face, eh? Well, then it IS a good post! 🙂

  15. I’m laughing so hard, I’m crying! Fantastic post and now I’m hungry…is that a picture of Allie and Noah getting reaquainted from the Notebook? One of my favorite movies of all time. I guess I’m a sap. Thanks for the fun, Mike & Phoenix!!

    • I’m so jazzed you liked it that much, Lisa! Ryan Gosling got my total attention in my one of my all time fav movies – Remember The Titans. I turned around another day and he was an instant star…wow! You’re not a sap at all…I LOVE romance…obviously 🙂

  16. Love all the pics, especially the second to the last with that Miss Parsley!! What a trollop indeed! And you leaving the lid off??? I find that hard to believe from you (NOT) and the whole thing had me Roaring out loud!! Loved it, another hit my sweet friend, and Mike too! xox <3

    • Sarah, I can’t walk and chew gum at the same time! Taking food pics and trying to cook at the same time?? Difficult at best. Bring that little Parsley into the picture…recipe for disaster! We are so glad you liked it! 🙂

  17. Ha ha love it! Cute dog by the way! 🙂

    • Thank you Becky for the Phoenix compliment and I’m glad you enjoyed the post! 🙂

  18. ““““`Mike,

    if you weren’t w/ phoenix, I’d marry you.

    I mean, You cook.
    You love golden retrievers.
    You love butter.
    You love parsley.
    You pretty much have it ALL, man.

    The photo of you w/ the parsley is CLASSIC.

    And phoenix is my all time favorite human dog! xx

    • Ahh shucks *paws at the ground with foot while blushing*…that’s gotta rank as possibly an all time best comment ever, Kim! We’re up for going Mormon! I hear they do that all of the time. With your husband and Phoenix’s permission, of course. No I’m not Mormon…I’m non-denominational with a lifelong belief in my Higher Power.

      Phoenix, “She just hypo-proposed to you, you idiot!”

      Crap, he’s right…YES, Kim! Always YES! xoxo’s

      Now that I just broke up with Phoenix.

      Him, “My dinner is an hour. Be there. Or your ball cap gets it.”

      Cancel our breakup 🙂

      *sigh* Life at Mike and Phoenix’s house on a Saturday 🙂

  19. This looks delicious. I have no food in the house thanks to a maggot infestation!!! Got to love Australia. I think I’m about ready to leave now if I’m honest!

    • Ut-oh…that’s not the Arianwen I know. I never put a frowny face on my responses but this sure put one my face. Gonna check up on you. Maggots? Ready to go home? Emailing you here in a bit 🙂

  20. I love eggs for breakfast but if I want them I have to make them myself because my husband cannot stand eggs. Your picture looked so good! I wish I was having that tomorrow. I think all we have here is yogurt and bagels. 🙁

    • I love breakfast for any meal, Michelle! Thank you for the picture compliment! Actually yogut and bagels work for me too as I like both of them 🙂

  21. This post had me laughing so much! And the photos are so good.

    • Oh good that always makes any intended funny post worth the time, Chareese! Thank you for the compliment on the photos too, our friend 🙂

  22. I can so relate to sauce flying all over the kitchen but no mention of swear words or did I miss that?

    Making a great hollandaise can take some work – and from your photos it sure looked like the eggs benny turned out.
    Don’t you just love “Canadian” bacon. The really good stuff has cornmeal on the crust and is called peameal bacon. You buy a big hunk of it and cut slices off as you like. There’s nothing that beats a peameal bacon sandwich.
    PS Did you realize you’d be getting marriage offers from this blog??

    • Oooo you have me craving a peameal bacon sandwich now, Leigh! I just made a note to look into that as soon as I’m caught up here! The only swear words you missed were that I didn’t include them. Trust me there were several colorful metaphors that were airborne! Ha, ha! Let’s see I’ve had one pass made at me, girlfriend advice and a marriage proposal. That’s a pretty darn good post, eh? No, I never expected that! 🙂

  23. Yes, I would say breakfast innuendo fulfills your friend Mandi’s suggestion! “Paprika for aphrodisiac” had me laughing — as if your band of wanton foodstuff needed any more encouragement… I’m glad parsley didn’t leave you out in the cold, considering you look so happy together. Kidding aside, that last picture looked yummy.

    • We are so jazzed you stopped by, Gunmetal! Thank you for the compliment on the photo and I highly doubt I can keep up the pace for every one of my food posts being in that format 🙂

  24. Mike, you’re so funny! You manage to make cooking breakfast an adventurous sexy romp with lots of funny asides like “what happened to her and Leonardo DeLemon?”

    • I totally appreciate the compliment Darcy and I’m glad you got a laugh out of it! Oooo Parsley and Leonardo…I have to leave some unanswered mystery to keep folks coming back 🙂

  25. OH Mike, you are too good…I was wondering how you were going to party hard on weekend!! But then when I was reading it soon became clear that it was a food party…yummy. By the way the lid works way better when its on the blender {love you Phoenix for letting your Dad know}
    and Eggs Benedict with Hollandaise Sauce is my all time favorite breakfast! Haven’t tried it on a English Muffin….need to give that one a go 🙂

    • Eventually the diversionary tactic of my food post writing will no longer work with returning readers so I may have to dive right in from the start! Thank you for the blender lid reminder, dearest Lisa – I see you and Phoenix have been in cahoots. Why do you have your Eggs Bendict on??? So curious! 🙂

  26. It would seem the world over, people are leaving their lids off the blender 😉
    The end result looked pretty good. Glad you were satiated in the end and that you like an Aussie accent.

    • That’s the honest truth on English and Aussie female accents, Becc. They drive me (good) crazy! Oh, I think my lid is off sometimes in a proverbial sense too, our friend…ha, ha! 🙂

  27. I’m never going to look at parsley in the same way ever again. Ever. But in a good way 😉 Love eggs benny sooooo much. Breakfast is my favorite meal.

    • LOL that made me laugh, Jeri! I’m just glad I didn’t scare you off from parsley. Yes, you and I love our breakfast meals we’ve both learned, our friend! 🙂

  28. MIke, you have such a way with words. This post just made my night and made me laugh. Thanks for that. Despite the great and delicious food photos, I am loving the Phoenix shots. So adorable! Of course, my favorite is you with Ms. Parsley – classic.

    • Awww, I will defintely let Phoenix know of your awesome compliments again for him, Mary! I keep working at it with the writing it’s just sharing it openly on the Net that is the blocking point in my noggin’ 🙂

  29. Yikes! I’m late to the party, but this post had me giggling, too much fun. I make eggs bennie for our guests – but only when I have small groups – and I don’t think I’ll ever be able to make them with a straight face again. 😉

    • Ha, ha!! Now I can’t keep a straight face even as I type this reply, Patti! I loved the video on your current post and I would like another one of you making and/or serving eggs bennie while giggling 🙂

  30. Hahah, I LOVE your food posts, Mike! I was like, “uh oh, where could this possibly be going?!”, and then, YES! The beautiful English breakfast! Which looks stunning, by the way. You got this chef thing under control!

    • Hey Jess! I so appreciate the chef compliment and REALLY smiled at your kudos about my food posts in general! It’s always great to hear from you 🙂

  31. Mike, Sorry I was gone so long. Vacation in Costa Rica, lots of time outdoors, very little time online.

    Fun, creative, vibrant post! But you already know that.

    So, like you, I am going to travel outside the box here.

    How about a date — or dare I say eventually a relationship — with a real woman? Obviously, one who also likes Phoenix and whom Phoenix likes.

    I think this path would be riskier than writing sexy posts. But also more rewarding.

    Just a thought,

    Big hug to both of you.

    • Yikes, are you asking me out, Alison? I’m flattered but I would need to discuss this with Thor, your husband, first my friend! I read your Costa Rica post and what a wonderful time you had! 🙂

  32. I. Am. Dying!!!!
    This was hilarious and a much needed laugh.
    I’m sending you a splash guard along with your helmet that says “Canadians dominate at hockey and Canadian bacon is pretty much like ham but with cornmeal on it and for the love of Rachel Ray do not eat “Canadian bacon from mexico”

    • LOLOL howling laughing, Kimberly! You folks up north sure have our number in Olympic hockey! There was a comment above from one of your Canadian sistas about peameal bacon sandwiches. I’m looking into that as soon I’m caught up here. Agree on no bacon from south of the border. Btw…where is my GoPro Helmet for grocery shopping you promised me? 🙂

  33. Okay, you have taken food writing to a new — and far more entertaining – level!! I loved the eggs needing to be separated and the group shot you did of all the guests (reminded me of that group selfie at the Oscars that went viral – I’m surprised that this one didn’t.) Looking forward to your next culinary gathering.

    • Yikes, seeing as this is my second one and has gone over so well I don’t know if I can keep the pace up. I made need to get a little pill from my Dr, Jackie! ha, ha! Thank you, thank you on the compliments and I would lvoe to have something good from us go viral. I know Phoenix is all over the Internet now. I hope he invites me to his book signing party 🙂

  34. Hello! That is an attention getting title. You are in fine form with this post. I would rush out and make this except I’ve never seen either Canadian Bacon or English Muffins in Penang. Sad, isn’t it. One of my favorite brunch dishes at a restaurant back home in Austin TX is Eggs Benedict with a Crab Cake between the Muffinz and Bacon. Yum! I’ve always worried about putting the lid on my blender.

    • First off the blender on the lid is highly recommended, Michele! Ha, ha! OMG what is it about Austin?? Not only do I have extended family that live there but you are the 3rd one of my blogger friends that either lived or lives there. And I found another blogger friend is moving there! I’ve given thought to retiring down there. It could be the blogger center of the universe. A crab cake….oh yummy…I’m all over trying that. I had one with salmon it was amazing too. Thank you for the your compliments! 🙂

  35. Fun read Mike, I must admit it took me a few paragraphs before I saw where the parsley was leading us!

    • Ahh good, the diversion was the desired effect I wanted! I’m glad you enjoyed it, Jim 🙂

  36. Leaving the lid off the blender has happened to the best of us. 😉 Those look seriously amazing. And, you make a cooking post so much more entertaining, that’s for sure!

    • That’s the 2nd food porn post I’ve written and I don’t know if I can keep that up each time, Meredith. I appreciate the compliments and that makes me feel better on my blendastrophe! 🙂

  37. ACK. I read this the day you posted it and evidently never commented, which happens a lot when I read something from my phone. Wow, you got your cook on! And you had me at hot English lover… know you did. Only you could make a foodie post into a romance novel. haha! greatness. Love the pics of Phoenix, too!!

    • Ha, on your phone difficulty as a friend of your’s told me recently her’s was being an a-hole, Beth! Thank you for the compliment! A food post into a romance novel? Hmmm….that’s a very interesting idea actually! So don’t steal it from me…well you. Well, whatever! Of course thank you on the compliments about my kid, our dear friend! 🙂

  38. 🙂 Do you always play hard with Phoenix so he would be exhausted and then you have some time for yourself to cook? LOL, it’s like a master plan. People do it with their kids as well LOL! Great story and the food…. so YUMMY!!

    • I do try to get him worn out first. One because he’s my first priority but also because a tired dog is a good dog. You of all friends of mine have seen what trouble he can cause from pictures and stories I’ve posted, Agness ha, ha! 🙂 Thank you on the compliments…you are always sooo good to us! 🙂

  39. OMG Mike! I read the comment you left on my post and now this! That is a great post! You are an amazing writer! Love how you teased us with this first picture! One thing I can say is that I will never look at parsley the same way anymore!

    • Wow, coming from a writer that is a huge compliment and I can’t say thank you enough, Rita! That’s the second time that’s been mentioned about parsley and I hope I didn’t scare you off, ha ha! 🙂

  40. Mike, you have such a way with words, and yes you would make a brilliant career as a writer.
    I have always been curious as to what would happen if I blend without the lid on – now I know.

    • Wow, I soooo appreciate that Rachel and what a huge compliment! I was in no mood to take a picture of the Hollandaise Sauce Gone Wild at that moment. But, suffice it say, it is not recommended when using one of the high speed buttons ha, ha! 🙂

  41. The title, the opening pic…..I was thinking you had gone to the dark side! Just kidding! This was great and, no lie, Eggs Benedict…my all time favorite breakfast!

    • Very funny, Sandy, and what is that definition of the dark side? 🙂 It’s been fun to find out how many people are big Eggs Benedict fans in this post!

  42. You and parsley look so good together! LOL I don’t know how you do it, Mike. You’re very good at making the most innocent tasks sound so erotic! hahahaha And I love the photos of Phoenix! You go, kid!

    • Thank you, she is a cutie isn’t she, Aleah? What a great compliment to recieve this morning, our friend, but I do know that I likely can’t keep that up with every food post. That and the fact that Parsley left me exhausted ha, ha! 🙂 Always appreciate the Phoenix shout outs – you know that 🙂

  43. English accents, breakfast foods, and plenty of Phoenix pics. What’s not to love about this post? Ummm, nothing. Pure awesome, Mike.

    • You rock and thank you so much, Nicole! It was definitely fun to write and put together. Of course, I’ve got the perfect partner in crime to really make it fun, eh? Nice to hear from you 🙂

  44. This is so funny, Mike! I can’t believe you left the lid off the blender. I thought only dumb blondies like me did stuff like that! Parsley is SUCH a trollop but I love the photo of her giving you some cheek nuzzles. I’m so impressed that you made eggs benedict AND eggs florentine from scratch. They both look absolutely delicious. That Phoenix – did he get one, too? And I hope he helped you clean up the blender mess after laughing at you!

    • I won’t touch the blondes part on that but I get into all sorts of goofy trouble all of the time! I’m glad you like that photo but beware of leaving parsley alone in the house with your husband! They were most definitely yummy, Kristi. No Phoenix isn’t allowed to eat people food except for mozarella sticks and of course he was NO help in the cleanup. Supervision? Plenty of help 🙂

  45. I don’t think you have nearly enough comments (laugh) so I’ll leave one more.
    You had me going until I read muffinz

    • We are so jazzed you stopped by, Maria, and how awesome on the laugh you got! It was fun to write the first diversionary post and that worked. And to pull it off a second time was awesome. So, a third time…methinks folks will realize the game’s afoot and I may have to just cut that out altogether! Thank you again for the compliment! 🙂

  46. That’s a rookie move to leave the lid off of your blender!! Made me laugh though. How fitting that you throw me a shout out (holla!!) when you write a post about my absolute favorite breakfast. Eggs Benedict, not Florentine. This is awesome. You’re very *passionate* about your food, so I guess all I can say is to keep writing! And give Phoenix a pat from me.

    • Ha, ha no kidding on the rookie movie, Mandi! Awesome that you like Eggs Benedict! It was incredible in reading the comments how incredible that specific breakfast entree’ is! We are so jazzed that you liked it and of course it was a tribute to your incredible encouragement, our friend. We appreciate that very much. Pats given to my kid. Have a great day! 🙂

  47. First of all, love the pic of you and the parsley. Secondly, love your kinky food posts. I had no idea that the post was about food when I first started reading! 😉

    • Hi Dana, and how wonderful to hear from you! We sooooo appreciate your compliments very, very much! It’s worked out well so far but I don’t know if I can keep up the pace ha, ha. Say hello to Europe for us, our friend! 🙂

  48. haha I love these posts from you, hilarious 🙂 I’m sorry you had to do some cleaning but that picture of Phoenix is priceless 🙂

    • Ha, ha I’m glad you’re having the same fun reading them as I have been writing them, Freya. Thank you for the Phoenix pic compliment too, our friend 🙂

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