Introduction to Duck Amuck
In which Papa Zesser reports on two walks to a (semi) local duck pond connected to the Rideau Canal, and their connection to some of Baobao’s books.
Not only does Baobao use some of her books as menus, she also uses them — somehow — to make abstract connections to pictures in her books with elements in the real world.
Case in point: She was thrilled when we told her we would take advantage of the Good Friday holiday, to take her on a family walk to see … ducks! Duck! Duck! Duck!
In which Papa Zesser looks back with pleasure and relief two whole days later, when Baobao decided that – yes! – she would have a second helping, please! (And a third, and … well, find out for yourself!
In which Mama Raven provides a recipe for baby – and for grown-ups! – in her own words. (Note: This photo is what your baby looks like when she *doesn’t* have chicken soup!)
One thing one can never say about baby foods (other than good Canadian cheddar, of course!) is that they are an especially spicy culinary genre. In the first year especially, such kitchen staples as salt, sugar and even honey are verbotten. So it takes more than a little imagination to keep baby satisfied! If the … Variety is the spice of spiceless foods
In which Papa Zesser considers his family’s philosophies of food, and how Mama Raven puts it into practice. Click the headline to read more …!
In which Papa Zesser adds food-blogging to his site. We start with the unseasonable World’s Best Pumpkin Pie!