Monday, August 6, 2018

Kitchen Supervisor



Goro is our kitchen supervisor.


He helps cooking.


Makes sure dish gets washed.


Taste test!


If there is an empty box...


Goro decides "throw" or "keep"!


Sometimes, he can be a bit too
territorial around kitchen.



Boys! Chicken is ready!


After all, kitchen is a happy place.
Kids' meal and snack are prepared here
to make their tummy happy!


And I sure enjoy Goro's company :-) 





28 comments:

  1. haha those boxes sure are keepers. Always good to have a supervisor keep you company. At least he's good with sharing the food, a little whapfest can work up an appetite too.

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  2. Oh! wonderful kitchen helpers photos and delightful captions ~ hugs to you guys and Mom ^_^

    Happy Day to you,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  3. Goro, you are doing a good job of keeping that kitchen running smoothly, and that you are getting your fair share of good noms! Be nice to Niko, now...

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  4. He's so helpful. How could you get anything done properly without him ? We especially love the supervisor's seat.

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  5. Just adorable!! He is the best kitchen helper EVER!! He helps decide everything! What a fun post, I lOVE it!!!

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  6. You are such a good helper Goro! We're sure your mom couldn't do her chores without you.

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  7. Goro, you are like our Julie.
    She can be a bit pushy at times too :/
    Purrs Georgia,Julie and JJ

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  8. Goro, let me guess... you say every box needs to be kept!

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  9. doodz...just sayin but if chikn waz in de kitchun round heer it woodna bee called a happee place.....it wood be called sum thin all rite....but knot happee ;)

    grate ta see ewe both again; heerz two a grate week a head !!! ☺☺♥♥

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  10. Dearest Tamago,
    Such precious photos and yes, our babies are excellent at supervising!
    Some great news about our Bandido, or Dido as we call him. When we came home on Monday late afternoon, I found that Dido's 'mammary gland tumor' had opened up - or got opened up by himself? The Vet said it would be better to remove it all before this would happen. So I panicked and called her for advice. She said, put a gauze on and than cover with a 'tube'... So I did look for something to put over him and cut off the lower part of the sleeve of Pieter's paint-stained silk knit sweater. Cut holes in the sides for his 'arms' and voilà. Did manage to secure the gauze by wrapping around his chest and over his shoulder, through the new armhole... He looked so cute wearing his mock turtleneck. In the morning we dropped him off at the vet's clinic and she called around 10:30 AM. I was so nervous as she would do bloodwork before doing surgery, knowing about his health beforehand. She said, he did NOT have a tumor but an abscess and we were so very happy! Because the tumor would mean 85-90% malignant. Picked our boy up by 4:00 PM and he has been wearing his sweater every day so he cannot tug on the stitches. They will come out on Tuesday and we're done. So grateful for our boy's good health and he is the sweetest baby one can imagine.
    Hugs to all of you,
    Mariette

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  11. What a perfect helper. I love to watch them eat their special home cooked dinners. The box is very special.
    They are the most beautiful katties !

    cheers, parsnip

    cheers, parsnip

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  12. How I love reading of their day. Goro san, you are an excellent supervisor and I like the Supervisor Stool. That was purchased solely for you. You have enhanced the meal preparation and did the taste test...your talents know no equal. Niko san-- my precious, you were right to say "no" and to show you meant it! I am proud of you. Your chicken dinner looks as though your mom and dad worked hard to please you. Be sure to show your thanks with some headbonks and side rubs. Thanks for allowing me to visit you through the tunnel over a few weeks ago. I had the best of times! Your places to rest all over the home are so impressive. I loved climbing from one to the other. XXXOOOXXX

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  13. Nice to see you both. Good job supervising the kitchen Goro. Penny is our kitchen supervisor, she is always meowing to us that we are cooking something wrong.

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  14. I am not much of a kitchen helper, Sister Dolly handles that task. You boys sure got the chicken yum!

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  15. My guys wish they could be taste testers too!! But I find their tastebuds are not very discriminating!!

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  16. too sweet :) nice work, Goro!
    We like to help in the kitchen too but we aren't so patient...

    ~sharpie, ditto

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  17. What a great snoopervisor you are, Goro! We like to snoopervise too, but the mom never appreciates our help.

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  18. Ah what a good boy helping you out in the kitchen! :) Lovely to see what you boys are doing. Have a great week. Hugs Anesha and Skipper

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  19. That is a very important job, I am doing it, too! I wonder how the catless households manage..

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  20. LOVED this post, my friend. Your cats are just the sweetest and they always make me smile. Hugs to you!

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  21. Glad you both got some good chicken. Goro, good job supervising the kitchen. That is such an important job.You all have a super nice day.

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  22. He's so cute in his supervisor seat. I bet he is one great taste tester. That box looks like a keeper to us. Thanks for sharing all the wonderful photos. Have a great day.
    World of Animals

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  23. Goro-chan, you are a wonderful kitchen supervisor. What would Mom do without you to make those important decisions and keep her company? We love that the kitchen is a happy place and that you and Niko-chan get to eat chicken together. :)
    P.S. - Good decisions about those boxes!

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  24. My dear buddy Goro, what an important role you have as kitchen supervisor, you do such an awesome job! You definitely deserve lots of chicken and cool boxes for that! Fun post, have a wonderful weekend, sweet friends!

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  25. Sorry boys, this is a message for your Mom. If you want to make the coasters like mine, get some coasters made for cross stitching so you can put whatever images inside and it's safe. Photos of the boys will look great ! Anesha :)

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  26. Hi 'guys' and lots of kitty hugs to you! Keep up the great work!

    Happy Day to you,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  27. Washing dishes would be a pleasure with you as supervisor, Goro. No wonder Niko gets jealous ;-)

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