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No Loafers
by Katy L Walsvik

Thursday, April 06, 2006
Rated "G" by the Author.
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I always cook and bake in bare feet.
That way I cannot lose.
Stray egg yolks and flour will end up on me
Instead of all over my shoes.
(Arenít I brilliant?)

It would be stupid if I created my goodies.
Especially the ones with curvacious lumps
While prancing around in fish net hose
And a pair of bright lavendar pumps!
(Wouldnít it?)

I have always believed that one should be
Extremely enthusiastic and loud.
The measure of whether success is achieved
Is by how thick the air, how dense the cloud
(Whole wheat flour is best)

I seldom cook with vegetables or fruit.
Show me the souvenir benefits of a carrot.
My motto has always been, and still is:
If itís good enough to eat, then itís good enough to wear it.
(And I do!)

When I cook or bake, and I do it quite often
Iím mindful of the great athletic opportunity.
When olive oil spills, and with me thatís a given
I donít weep, I skate with panache and impunity.
(Sometimes I play hockey!)

So you see, you must never wear shoes when you cook
At least not when itís my kitchen weíre in.
As a bonus (youíll love this), since so much is inedible,
It ends up unsightly, so youíll eat less and stay thin!
(Unless you order a pizza delivered!)


Today:  Stroganoff Aspic (ick!)





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Reviewed by E T Waldron 4/8/2006
Katy, I almost missed this one, between bouts of fever. But so glad I caught it cause you have me laughing which is the best thing and your topic is such a delight! I love the limerick lilt You do so well!Feeling better so no worry, thanks! Loved your comment got me spirits up and running;-) You are the best medicine!!! Thanks!

Love,
Eileen
Reviewed by Nordette Adams 4/8/2006
Thank you! I needed a good chuckle today. So glad to see you back Katy posting your delightful work again. ~~Nordette
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 4/6/2006
Think I'll pass on the Aspic, me Darlin... but introduce me to the wine vat and my pinkies will be straight in, no probs... followed by the rest of me, no trouble! Hmmmmm... bathin in milk afterwards?? So good for the skin, you know!! Gotta luv it! Kate xx
Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU 4/6/2006

An enjoyable reading from "No Loafers"... I like the lessons here too.

Except that BAREFEET in any kitchen can be FATAL.

I salute You, Poet!


Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 4/6/2006
No loafers, huh? How about sandals, that way we still get toe jam mixed with an already delicious sounding meal...ed
Reviewed by Felix Perry 4/6/2006
Hmnnnn I could see this being carried a step further as "the couple who cooks nude together get hot together" lol
Felix
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 4/6/2006
Oh barefoot yes and with strogganoff and a raw carrot what more can a gilr ask for....yummy...just ate my carrot honestly..while reading you and made me smile bigtime!!

Love and luck Tinka
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 4/6/2006
Katy,

Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. Stroganoff. YUMMY! The Barefoot Cook--a new idea for a cooking show! Watch out, Emeril! LOL

Enjoyed this tasty morsel this morning, thanks.

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 4/6/2006
DiGiorno pizza with anchovies, coming right up. Ah . . . and . . . sigh . . . the visions of you slaving over a hot stove sans heels instead of wearing fishnets, short black skirt cut to the thigh and a red blouse with deep, revealing cleavage is despressing. Still, I would imagine that it would be fun to be able to pat your feet in the wheat flour dough, squishing it between your toes and wriggling them around and . . . oh gorsh, my ideas of what is sexy and whot ain't has just changed. The Barefoot Cooktessa!!! Cook on.



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