Thursday, November 29, 2007

My poor dinner

Last night, my poor dinner suffered horribly before it got eaten.

My M made a boo boo over my dinner. She was cooking my dinner, it was boiled pork with carrots. When the soup boiled, she thought she'd better turn the fire off and let my dinner cool before feeding me.

Later my MM called my M to look at the pot.

The pot looks like this after they took out my dinner.

Apparently my blur M turned the knob the wrong way. Instead of turning the fire off, she turned it to the highest.

So my dinner look like this.

That was the last packet of meat, so my M said sorry. I say nevermind, I still eat, charcoal good for tummyaches anyway. (PS: chao tar means burnt in the hokkien dialect)

My M felt bad so when we visited Scuba later, she asked Aunty S to give me 1 chicken breast. That one didn't taste so charcoalie.

I hope I won't get to eat chacoal dinner so soon again.


yl said...

That's the beautiful thing about dogs... Chao Tar dinner or whatever, through sadness and happiness, they would be there.

Girl Girl Hamster said...

Oh... I'm sure your M didn't mean to make your dinner suffer. Good that you ate it. Better chao tar then to stay hungry

~ Girl girl

Joe Stains said...

I would take burned dinner over no dinner any day of the week...

Ben_Benjamin said...

Mayb your M will feel guilty and give you a more yummylicious the coming days....

Amber-Mae said...

Oh boy, but it doesn't look that bad actually. Half burnt chicken usually tastes like BBQ chicken wings, hehehe! You didn't seem to mind.

Love licks,
Solid Gold Dancer

Maggie & Mitch said...

You're such a good boy to eat all of your burned dinner and not make your M feel bad, Helios! How is charcoal chicken, by the way? We've never had it!

Love ya lots,
Maggie & Mitch

Katherine and Pippa, said...

Charcoal is cool - you are right. I don't care if my toast is burnt or not.


Anonymous said...

I bet it was still tasty Helios! And I don't think your mum will be making the same mistake any time soon!!


Daisy & Waverly said...

Yikes! That's carcinogenic! We hope you never have to eat chao ta food again.