My goal was to eat them. I mean, just look at them.
Well, maybe Bitty too.
Is there nothing more heartwarming than a man in the kitchen combining the sweet taste of pie crust and meat? Did I mention I love meat? I adore it.
These pies could extract crazy phrases from my desperate lips. Things like, "I'll give you a thirty minute foot massage. I'll wash your car. I'll eat tofu."
Luckily, I was too busy stuffing my face to utter such terrifying phrases. Sorry darling. No car washing or tofu for you. The foot massage is negotiable.
As most of my Invisible Friends know, I am not a sophisticated person.
My toenail paint is chipped most of the time, I only wear make up once a week and people at work think I've got a big event when I blow dry my hair.
I eat peanut butter every day and offer to let folks pay me in pie. Ben and I spend our days rattling around our house and picking our nose.
And the Noble Pig's favorite--we got married at a barbecue restaurant.
But if Ben can evolve and make tasty things like meat pies, I should ante up.
So I made a quiche.
I've made quiches before, but this time I got fancy. I added pepperoni, inspired by a recipe out of a magazine.
It was tasty.
It was wonderful.
It made me feel like a real lady. I had a side of fruit and everything.
However, I don't think it made me any more cultured. While I adore quiche, I'll mow someone down for a bacon cheeseburger any day.
As my dear Daddy always said, act like you've been to town before.
Remember Invisible Friends! Double edition of Miss Pickles tomorrow and Saturday! Stay tuned!
Also, check out Culinarty by Lore's (http://culinarty.sapiensworks.com). She's got a wonderful collection of tales about food bloggers and why they blog--including me, the Blonde Duck! I'm not a food blogger, but Lore was kind enough to post about all my food loving friends and creatures! So go check it out!!! Thanks again Lore!!