Monday, August 26, 2013

Cute Tartare

These are tarsiers. They probably live in a TARDIS. I think they eat tarte Tatin. They are never tardy.

Tarnation!

17 comments:

Zoomie said...

Adorable. They also like taro.

cookiecrumb said...

Zoomie, and tarragon and taramasalata.

Greg, your comment got munched. Yes, what big eyes they have. The better to eat you up!

Zoomie said...

And possibly taramisu. :-)

cookiecrumb said...

Zooms, funny, but spilled wrung. It's tiramisu. Who cares, I spelled tart wrong! Gonna go fix.
Perhaps they also eat tartines. I know I do.
Tarradiddle!

cookiecrumb said...

By which I meant taradiddle!
I'm such an asshole about spelling, and I have no right to be. Blush.

Zoomie said...

I knew that - reaching too hard for the joke. *sigh*

cookiecrumb said...

Z: Very good! You have increased my admiration for you. If that's even possible.

Chilebrown said...

I will be crossing the pond Thursday morning. Would Cranky like my assistance on assembly of your cooking vessel?

cookiecrumb said...

Chilebrown, we are putting the hood on today, and then it's done! Thanks for your sweet offer. We'll let you know if we fail. xxx

Chilebrown said...

I am looking forward to the Cookiecrumb v Zoomie BBQ competition.

Zoomie said...

Chilebrown, I did a Black Dragon to perfection on mine this week, but I still miss my trusty Weber.

cookiecrumb said...

Zoomie, we kept our little Weber Smoky Joe. I still love it.

Chilebrown, we got it assembled! It was

REALLY

HARD.

Chilebrown said...

Zoomie, I am afraid to ask what a Black Dragon is. I am sure it was cooked to perfection in the unique and uncustomary Zoomie method.

Zoomie said...

Chilebrown, come on over. I have more Black Dragon in the freezer.

Chilebrown said...

I know why it has been quiet over here. You have been cooking up a storm on your fancy new bbq rig.

Chilebrown said...

Happy Thanksgiving, Hopefully someday you will leave your castle and we will meet again. Only then will i be truly thankful.

Christian Simple said...

So cute we called it "Tarsier" in Bohol. Thanks! private chef in austin