Monday, February 08, 2010

Monday Bunday: Game Day Treat!

Cadbury hopes everyone enjoyed yesterday's big game, whether Super Bowl or Puppy Bowl. Here he is demonstrating the correct way to enjoy a game day snack.

First, select something tasty but healthy.















Next, position it correctly for easy eating.















And finally...indulge!















Cadbury wasn't much interested in which puppies won yesterday's game, but he sure had eyes for those bunny cheerleaders!

For me, the day was all about baking, potato-planting and a good spin session. I'm not one for games or TV. It takes all kinds.

Have a great week!

11 comments:

the Bag Lady said...

Cadbury knows how to enjoy his snacks!

And I can't believe you are planting potatoes already. Now I'm the same color as Cadbury's snack! It'll be three more months before I can plant anything!

Hef's Mom said...

Bunny Cheerleaders? Its good Hef doesn't have cable!

Bob-kat said...

Cadbury is obviously a snack connoisseur! :)

I'm not one for watching games either.

Christina said...

Where did you get that Cadbury? I know some buns around here that would enjoy the heck out of it.

Thomma Lyn said...

Cadbury looks like he's enjoying his yummies! And yay, potato-planting! I hope your taters do well. :)

Glenna said...

What, Cadbury? No nachos? That's what we imagine people eat on game day, but we don't do games or tv here either. Planting potatoes? We're harvesting popsicles at our house.

RoadBunner said...

Mmm.. Looks very yummy, Cadbury! Perfect 10 for technique!

Rabbits' Guy said...

Yes - more on this potato planting. Where, how deep, what kind are they, when will you harvest??/ (We won't plant until April 15.)

Cadbury does know the proper snacking approach. Our bunns sort of use the attack and kill method.

bunnygirl said...

There's not much I can say about the potatoes, folks. I tried to grow some last year in a bed I dug in the back yard. Although the soil was good, they didn't grow very big. So I'm trying again this year, with a better plan.

I've also got lettuce, parsley and cilantro sprouting in pots on the front porch and if the weather is good this coming weekend, I'll plant chard and perhaps some spinach.

In Houston, you have to get your seeds in early because if you wait until "official" spring, your veggies will die in the summer heat.

Rabbits' Guy said...

Chard should work .. it can get big! Kale is pretty good too ..

Lisa said...

mmmmmmmmmmmm Wheatgrass. Mom has a growing kit but hasn't started it get. We say she needs to get on that.