Dinner a la Amy: Cat stuffed with mushrooms and pepper

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Amy has been a little gourmet from quite an early age on. Her favourite is garlic and balsamic vinegar encrusted pork fillet with sautรฉed potatoes and pan-fried green asparagus, but she also loves Thai green curry or pickled chillies. Last night however, she had a rather different suggestion when I asked her what we wanted to cook for dinner.

Our conversation went something like this:

Me: What do we want to eat for dinner tonight, Amy?

Amy: Betty! (the cat)

Me: Are you sure?

Amy: Yes, she’s yummy!

Me (playing along and obviously not considering doing any of it): Ok, shall we cook her or put her in the oven?

Amy: In the oven, it’s hot!

Me: And what do we want to have her with?

Amy: Mushrooms in her belly and pepper on her ears.

Doesn’t that sound tasty, who’s coming round for dinner?ย 

Disclaimer: No pets have been harmed during dinner preparations!ย 

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Comments

  1. says

    That is so cute! We get a lot of that sort of thing here at the moment too and I just love how the imagination grows. My little one is really into trying to tell jokes and it looks like Amy is getting the hang of them as well. I wonder what she will be cooking up tomorrow?
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    • Carolin says

      It’s so funny, isn’t it? She makes me laugh so much.

      She was playing with her cousin this afternoon in her toy kitchen and they were serving up some rather interesting concoctions ๐Ÿ˜‰

    • Carolin says

      Depends on if I’m taking Ben and Amy are not, but I can always bring her along to Bristol meet ups ๐Ÿ˜‰ x

  2. Donna@MummyCentral says

    Wow how do you get a gourmet child like that? The most adventurous food my kids will eat are a few olives on their pizza (well, it’s Italian!)

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