Showing posts with label kitchen kielbasa. Show all posts
Showing posts with label kitchen kielbasa. Show all posts

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

the little lady, part one



no duk duk, you're gonna break the door!! move it! i can do it, i promise.

"works, burners get warm" see i told you i could read it without my glasses.

hee hee, and mega WOOTY! duk duk u r so right. this would be perfect! we could make hot monkey chow cider, chunky chicken water,  poopcorn, baked gummy worm alaska, monkey chow krispie treats, monkey chow pancakes, monkey chow fried rice, monkey chow chowder, monkey chow chili, monkey chow chicken chower, monkey chow lasagna, monkey chow kiev, cream of monkey chow and who knows what else. without even leaving the cozy comfort of our heat cave.

hey, before the saleslady back, let's plug it in and see how hot it gets!

hmmmm, okay is this the cord we want? or is it this thingy by the exhausty pipe with the metal whatchamajiggy and the two prong pokey things?  hmmmmmmm....

(to be continued..)

Monday, November 10, 2014

chunky chicken water with the kitchen kielbasa

Hello friends, it's us, baxter and duk duk! I'm wearing a napkin today because I want to share with you an  easy peasy recipe we just created.  We call it Chunky Chicken Water.  And we call it ez-pz because all u need to ask your mom to thoroughly boil in plain water a boneless skinless chicken breast, the cooking water your mom cooked the chicken in (skimmed of any fat), and some raw carrots.   Then, when you are ready for a delicious and lovely special snackie treat, just pull these ingredients out of the fridge and follow these three easy steps to tummy nirvana...

1) Put some of chicken water in a very cute bowl.  No reheating is necessary but if u do, make sure it is not too hot, know what I mean?

2) Sprinkle in some raw carrots for color, texture, and tastiness.

3) Add as much shredded chicken meat as your mom will allow and there you have it, delicious chunky chicken water!

There are probably a million more things u could add to this, like cooked rice or you know, blueberries or stuff.  Just always be sure to check and make sure what u are using is going to be good for you,  and most of all, remember to hold on to that tasty cooked chicken water.  I know, so easy, right?  Oh, so how does Chunky Chicken Water taste? Well, see for yourself in this video we made too!

Hee hee okay, this is me, Baxter your roving rover reporter and friend, and duk duk, wishing you the happiest of Fridays and the weekend! :)

Friday, July 2, 2010

summer bounty

tiny tomatoes,
so yummy for my tummy,
feed me another?

- baxter, 3.6 years old, enjoying his homegrown summer bounty

Friday, February 26, 2010

the kitchen kielbasa: snowball truffles

Hey everybody, it's me, Baxter! Some of you may recognize me as your roving rover reporter, but today I'm Chumley Chowhound, your personal Kitchen Kielbasa, sharing yummy recipes that are sure to please even the pickiest of hounds. Now, with all the snow everybody has had lately, I thought it would be nice to share with you my new favorite wintertime treat, snowball truffles.

Snowball truffles are easy to make with the help of your humans. First, get a piece or two of kibble or your favorite treat. Then ask your human to get a handful of snow and have them stick the treat in the middle. Pack it up like a snowball and there you have it. A delicious, refreshing taste of winter with a tummy yummy center.

Now between you and me, I don't really eat the snow part, but hey, at least I got a treat and if a little snowball fun is all your human needs to get you your extra treat, why not ask for a snowball truffle today?

This is Chumley Chowhound, chowing out.