Monday, January 18, 2021

Hello 2021!

Hello my dear friends and family.

The worst year is over.  The year 2021 will be a better one,

This is what we watched from our window 
on New Years Eve.  All Countdown events were cancelled
some people had backyard fireworks.

After winter break, all in-pawson schools in Toronto have shifted to
remote learning.  
Here's my bro trying to focus on his school assignment while mom trying to keep an eye on him.  

It's so challenging to every single two leggies... 


Let me report what mom made for dinner after the evil pandemic began.

This is our first baking of the year.

Cranberry muffins using left over cranberry sauce from yum Christmas dinner.

This was a hit!  Ricotta cheese dip.

Squid ink pasta with roasted king oyster mushroom.

Veggie dumplings and Cesar salad.

Japanese savoury pancake called 'Okonomi-yaki'. 

Not SO traditional British food.. 

Our favourite..
Broccoli Quiche.

 Butter Garlic Potatoes with Sage Derby cheese sauce.

Mushroom Risotto.  
Simply yum!

Some type of Thai style noodle (mom forgets its name) 😅

Tofu fajitas.

Until the situation will be better..
Stay healthy...

and be happy!! 😚

Pinot/J & R


Brian said...

Happy 2021 from all of us! Boy, the food sure looks fabulous at your place!

meowmeowmans said...

Happy New Year to you and your family, Pinot! We sure do hope 2021 is a better year for everyone.

All of your food looks delicious, especially the Okonomiyaki! :)


Molly the Airedale said...

The foodables look sooooo yummy! You are such a cute boy, Pinot! Have a wonderful 2021!

Kismet said...

No sunflower seeds? You call that food?

Sandee said...

You're a cutie pie for sure. I got stuck on all the wonderful food mom made. Yummy.

Have a fabulous 2021. ♥

Kismet said...

Do you have an email address? I don't see it on the blog

The Oceanside Animals said...

Lulu: "Happy New Year! I hope some of the food on those plates made it down to where you could get at it!"

C.L.W.STEP said...

Hi Pinot! It's great to see you and your family. And how about those amazing (not) fireworks? HAHAHA! Looks like you all have some extra yummy things to eat! Hope you got to try some too.

We hope you and your family stay safe and that this crummy c19 goes away soon!

Helen said...

There were fireworks in the park near me; the dogs didn't care much for that. Luckily they didn't go on too long. We've been doing a lot more cooking too.