If there is one thing this world always needs more of, it is wisdom. Luckily, Pearl's got plenty of it and he's always happy to share! This week, Pearl offers his Pearls of Wisdom on a topic near and dear to his heart: "Holiday Preparations" Every year around this time, featherless beings can be seen … Continue reading Pearls of Wisdom: Holiday Preparations
There is a reason beings who dine out enjoy reading about the dish selection before ordering. First, you want to verify that the chefs know what they are putting in their own dishes. Second, you want to test out the paper the descriptions are printed on (thicker, crunchier paper = finer dining). And third, you … Continue reading Day 298: Green and Leafy
When you have feathers and regularly dine with a featherless flock, it won't take you long to notice how boring their mealtimes are. Where is the color, the movement, the interaction, the liveliness?!? They all just sit there on their respective perches, dining off their respective flat dishes. YAWN. But because they are creatures of habit (to … Continue reading Day 213: Hash Browns Hopping
Most waitresses receive at least a modest amount of training before they begin serving guests. Most....but not all. So if, for instance, your regular (large, featherless) waitress has no training, and she also happens to enjoy the dishes you like to order, she may assume it is perfectly fine to join you! Author: Shannon Cutts … Continue reading Day 170: Cheerios Lookout
There is nothing quite so wonderful as having a personal chef who surprises you daily with new gourmet dishes prepared especially for your sensitive palate. Of course, everyone who is a member of your flock also benefits, since it is often more economical to make several portions rather than just one (plus, if you feed your staff … Continue reading Day 103: For Me, Grandma?
A true gourmand (with feathers) can struggle sometimes to find enough new tasty dishes to satisfy his sensitive palate. This can be especially problematic when your large featherless personal assistant is neither talented nor inventive in the kitchen. Luckily, sometimes you can find a kindred spirit elsewhere - such as in your Grandma (aka the … Continue reading Day 190: Cod! Take 2
While the feathered and featherless species undeniably have many differences, luckily there is one hobby they share in common. They both love dining. They also both love trying new exotic dishes....like cod, for instance. Author: Shannon Cutts Co-Author: Pearl Cutts