Day 339: All American Bird

For any avian accustomed to inter-species dining, it takes no sleuthing at all to discover which dishes are the ones your featherless flock refers to as “All-American classics.”

These, of course, are the dishes even your large featherless assistant cannot screw up.

For example, there is the “hot dog.”

Whether in its original or evolved soy state, anything covered in cheeses and mounted on crunchy toasted carbs can’t fail to delight.

Best of all, if one diner prefers the soft soy bits while the other diner prefers the crunchy toasted bits, “group dining” (which is what you prefer) is a breeze!

Oh good! A classic. Even Mom can make this dish taste good.
Oh good! A classic. Even Mom can make this dish taste good.
I'll just dig right in.
I’ll just dig right in.
I sure do love these crunchy bits - I'm glad Mom likes the weird soft parts better.
I sure do love these crunchy bits – I’m glad Mom likes the weird soft parts better.
This soft cheesy part is quite tasty too.
This gooey cheesy part is quite tasty too.
In fact, this dish would be even tastier without the "soy dog."
In fact, it occurs to me that this dish would be even tastier without the “soy dog” topping.
Mom! I've just had an idea for how to make this dish even more delicious! I can't wait to tell Grandma.
Mom! I’ve just had the best idea for how to make this classic dish even more delicious! I can’t wait to tell Grandma all about it!

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

 

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