Going Wee

Aug
28

Look what I did! I canned tomatoes! I’m such a little farmer.


I see spaghetti and chili and pizza!

Speaking of farming, I’m not kidding–they make miniature cows. We could have miniature milk and miniature butter!!!

We could have a whole wee world. Miniature barn. Miniature horses. Miniature chickens. Miniature corn. Cherry tomatoes only, of course. And no more pies, just tartlets–prepared in the Easy-Bake Oven in our dollhouse.

Would this make us the laughingstock of the real farmers?

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on August 28, 2007  

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  1. 8-28
    7:44
    am

    Spaghetti, chili, and pizza: three of my favorite things! :hungry: :snoopy:

  2. 8-28
    7:48
    am

    Okay, you can cook for me anytime. :lol:

    I didn’t know there were miniature cows! How bizarre. What’s the point/purpose? Must humankind mess around with everything???

    BTW, I have always maintained that I hate to cook because I never got an Easy Bake Oven, though I repeatedly asked for one. Well, that’s my story, at any rate. Heh heh.

    -Kim

  3. 8-28
    8:11
    am

    I’m curiously craving spaghetti right now… Very cool pic with the way the light reflects in it.

  4. 8-28
    10:02
    am

    Heck no! They would be jealous. :lol:

  5. 8-28
    12:14
    pm

    I’ve seen miniature horses,donkeys and goats, but not cows. I guess that would be the suburbanite thing to raise if you just wanted a taste of the country life. :rotfl: Hope everyone has a great day today.

    Leanne :snoopy:

  6. 8-28
    12:48
    pm

    Don’t forget the miniature cats to catch the miniature mice :lol: My grandmother used to can things – I sure do miss that homegrown food.

  7. 8-28
    1:13
    pm

    Your tomatoes look great. I canned 25 pints this year and may do a few more. They are so good to cook with. :)

  8. 8-28
    1:15
    pm

    Hey, your miniature farm could be a tourist attraction! Especially now that West Virginia is open for business! :rotfl:

  9. 8-28
    2:51
    pm

    Ihave canned for almost 50 years. Nothing tastes as good as home grown and home canned!

  10. 8-28
    2:53
    pm

    The miniature cows are so cute!

    I have to tell you, Suzanne, you could put together a “life on a farm” calendar of your professional-quality photographs. They’re beautiful – the tomatoes look great!

  11. 8-28
    4:50
    pm

    Hi Suzanne!

    I see your kids are back in school too… I am slowly getting into the new groove.

    Great job on the canning! We didn’t have a veg. garden this year but hopefully next year and I can do those kinds of things again!

    Have a great week!

    Cole

  12. 8-28
    4:55
    pm

    Ooh, the canned tomato’s look yummy!

    Miniature cows? That is just odd. Possibly cute, but odd.

  13. 8-29
    1:01
    am

    You might be the laughing stock of the neighborhood for a while, but I suspect at least some of the miniatures would catch on. Besides, the cows are so cute!

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