Photo Hunt 58: Cook(ing)

by tracy on May 20, 2007


No one in this household cooks. This is not usually a problem. We can, of course, boil water for pasta and pick up veggie salads at Lifethyme, the organic store down the street. We can order in from a variety of places. The only time we feel a bit at loose ends is when we have a dinner party.

We solved the problem recently by inviting people over for cereal. Who doesn’t like cereal? Frankly, who wouldn’t rather have cereal for dinner than a big heavy roast? Anyway, we bought several brands of cereal–from Cap’n Crunch to crunchy granola–plus assorted fruits, nuts and yogurts, and a couple of different types of juice to drink.

Then we realized that we had only two bowls that weren’t cracked in half because Mouse (see above) likes to sit in them after he drinks the leftover milk. So we bought a set of six bowls.

It would have been cheaper to take everyone to a restaurant.

{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

Daisy May 20, 2007 at 12:46 pm

Oh, a cereal dinner party sounds fun! My Mommie doesn’t cook either. Except in the microwave.

scootiepatootie May 20, 2007 at 7:30 pm

My mom loves cereal for dinner — be sure to invite her next time!

We just got a new stove. Mom loves looking at it — it’s real pretty — and she’ll eat whatever Dad cooks on it.

Empress Bee (of the High Sea) May 20, 2007 at 9:01 pm

i love cereal! but sarge says cereal is not a meal, it is a snack! ha ha

smiles, bee

Tipitina May 21, 2007 at 8:41 pm

Cereal party? Sounds very Seinfeldian. I love the concept, though. Those who love to cook? Let them eat Maypo!

Hmmmm… I just may do this.

BTW, I LOVE that picture of Mouse. He’s so adorable.

Mimi Lenox June 1, 2007 at 7:53 pm

An invitation from Mimi…….To: Saturday Photo Hunters
Many bloggers will be flying Peace Globes in the blogosphere on Wednesday, June 6, 2007. It is BlogBlast for Peace day – the second annual event. Please consider using your blog voice and creative influence on this day to participate. The theme for June 2 is ART – perfect for creativity with a peace globe perhaps? You can find more information about the movement at Mimi Writes or BlogBlast for Peace. I wanted to make you aware of the event. I really enjoy looking at your photographs on Saturdays.
http://mimiwrites.blogspot.com or http://mimilenox.blogspot.com
Thanks and peace!
Mimi

Teri October 15, 2008 at 1:41 pm

Why Raypod (and Mouse)…shoulda known you had a Blog. And our mom hardly ever eats cereal and so we're thinking while we are in NY for the big cat show, we should get together for a few laps (not running, silly)

Teri & Pixie

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