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Sunday, May 10, 2009

I have created a monster


This is the kind of thing that sends my kid into la la land.



Masago (capelin roe) on rice with nori. I packed an ice tray with cooked and seasoned rice then popped them out and rolled them in the fish eggs. He had this for breakfast today.

29 comments:

snugs said...

did you get those adoption papers of mine yet? He is one lucky kid that is for sure..

Dawn said...

damn, now that's what I'm talking about. that is not a monster, that is f**ing heaven.
when I was a kid, I was the one down at the shores of maine eating fresh uni right outta the shells. oh yeah!

Jenn said...

Heck, I'd eat that for breakfast, too.

That's it...I'm moving in with you. I don't take up much room. I'm small enough to squeeze into any space. LOL.

doggybloggy said...

snugs: they must still be in the mail...

dawn: that is so cool! I ate fresh uni from some I found in Puerto Rico one time - the best!

jenn: I guess you and snugs can share a room...

Reeni♥ said...

I would of never guessed what that was...except for the nori, of course. Never had a fish egg, I feel deprived.

Emily said...

Breakfast of champions! Sounds good, but I prefer cereal.

doggybloggy said...

reeni: these have a very subtle flavor...

emily: we do cereal too....

snugs said...

sorry Jenn, I don't share well..

Leela said...

That's very impressive. I think it's so cool for parents to introduce their kids to various flavors from around the world and even more amazing for kids to be as adventurous as yours is.

burpandslurp said...

ooh!! I love those orange roes! yummy! and what fun to ake onigiris!

Selba said...

Hahaha.. it doesn't look like a monster at all...

Jeanne said...

That looks delicious. Breakfast I'm not so sure about....

Grace said...

see, now i find this very interesting. i've never eaten roe, but i can see why your boy gets excited by it. that's one heck of a breakfast indeed!

doggybloggy said...

snugs: its the only way it will work...

leela: thanks - I try and keep his menu varied

burp: exactly - fun all the way around

selba: not the food - the monster is my kid..

jeanne: a little on the 'flavor' side but still light enough

grace: anything 'sushi' and he is all over it...

Stacey Snacks said...

I like the roe spread on bread with butter, my Russian friend makes that for her kid's lunchbox! These kids are lucky!
I got peanut butter and jelly.

TavoLini said...

wow--I love that your kid is open to all kinds of foods :)

Harmony said...

Man, your kid knows how to eat.

5 Star Foodie said...

I would totally have those for my breakfast right now!

buffalodick said...

I don't think too many people had a breakfast like that!

Anette said...

He's an advanced monster I must say! But such pretty breakfast!

Beth said...

the poop Pup...look what you make him eat....poor thing.

pigpigscorner said...

yum yum yum! Great idea to shape the rice in the ice cube trays!

Tanya Kristine said...

Mmm...nori....

Sweetiepie said...

Monster in my house sure will love these monster.lol yummy!

Christine aka Mistress of Cakes said...

ooo..ooo...ooo...you are going to love a upcoming post oooo...has something to do with giving away a rice cooker. Gosh your kid is lucky!

LK- Healthy Delicious said...

oh good god. that looks... move over kid, I'm taking your food!!

we are never full said...

oh my god... i love your kid. i can only hope i have one that likes that type of "monster" one day.

Tangled Noodle said...

I love how the little roe crunch in tiny pops as you eat them; don't love how they jam themselves between your teeth. This beats cereal for breakfast any day!

Patty Gironda said...

you're a good daddy!

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