Sunday, March 16, 2008

What Is It VI

OK, this is an usual one. Our grand kids come over and stay overnight. They love me to make what we refer to as monster pancakes. My Dad used to make them for my kids. They used to be in the shape of monsters but now they request what they want. I had requests for pick-up truck, Semi, bear, giraffe, turtle and this I made on my own. My grand daughter got it on first guess.

What is it? I not absolutely sure about the Art label. LOL

12 comments:

Carletta said...

My first guess was Homer Simpson. How old is your granddaughter?
Do I have to say "I am not smarter than a fifth grader?"

fishing guy said...

Carletta: My granddaughter is 10 in the 4th grade and you have to say "You're not smarter then a 4th grader". I must admit it was a fair guess.

Old Wom Tigley said...

This sounds like a great family tradition... I say it was either a tadpole or maybe Farther Christmas.

How about tell this limey how you make you pan cakes.. I might start making them. :o)

Tom

Shark Girl said...

It's a worm climbing on top of Dolly Pardon's bossom, which is by now doubled, (notice the double set of them) and sagging (notice how they are hanging over her belly) (hence, the lower belly portion at the bottom of the image).

Gina said...

It looks like Santa to me too. :O)

Anna said...

I have no idea but it is making me want a stack and some sausage.

:)

fishing guy said...

Tom: You and Gina are correct. It's the Jolly Old Elf, Santa, himself. I make pancakes the easy way. I buy Hungry Man complete and all you have to do is add water to the boxed mix. I add a little less then required to make a thicker batter for monster pancake shapes. A hot griddle and your ready to go in 2 minutes.
SG: I would have never guessed that one in a million years. I don't think my wife allows me to make Dolly pancakes but I like your guess.

Shionge said...

Very very interesting FG, when I first looked at it, I thought it looks like a 'doggy' having a bad day heheheh...

Can I make a request too if I ever visit you :D

fishing guy said...

Shionge: Absolutely on the pancake request. Sometimes they come out good and are easy to tell what they are and sometimes they fall apart. They always taste good with butter and maple syrup.

rebecca said...

Awwwww! That is so cool! My Dad is the ultimate pancake-makin' Grandpa in my family. I'll have to tell him about "monster pancakes!" :)

Jo Castillo said...

I always made pancakes in shapes, too,for my kids and grand kids. I thought this was a rattler. :) We didn't have a name, but they usually ran to animals like horses, dogs and cats. This made me smile.

fishing guy said...

They always make my grandkids smile and also makes them full.