11 thoughts on “November 11, 2018: Suji Sunday!

  1. Suji Sundays are my favourite Sundays. I love Lulu’s expression in the video. She’s so zen! Or maybe stoic is the word I’m looking for, but that’s usually when she’s wearing an out fit. 🙂

  2. We just lost our Shih Tzu, Bella. Our dog for 12 years since my wife and daughter rescued her. She had been sick for a few months and went peacefully in her sleep. There’s a noticeable difference in our house and the pressure is already on to find a new puppy. No matter how much I mount a resistance, pictures of French bulldog puppies and the lovely Suji pull on my own hardened heart strings. Who knows how long I’ll be able to resist the tide?!

    Have a great Sunday, Eric


    1. Very sorry to hear about Bella’s passing. As my friend Carl once said, they just steal your heart and take a big piece of you when they go.

  3. @Joe Now that you’ve decided to devote Sunday’s to doggie cuteness, one of these days you’ll have to photo shop a hilarious pic of an actual Suji Sundae. Don’t forget pile the whipped cream, nuts & chocolate syrup on high! 😀

  4. @Tam When my friend turned me onto the yellow mustard & butter wings, she simply melted land o lakes salted butter then stirred in 1/2 cup French’s yellow mustard. She soaked the wings in the mix then threw them on a grill, brushing on a couple glaze coats of just the yellow mustard while they cooked.
    (she placed a bit of tin foil under each)
    Albeit, I cant imagine any reason why you couldn’t soak em, then batter and fry em.
    Simply brushing on a yellow mustard glaze once cooked.??

    The reason for using French’s brand of yellow mustard, is the paprika & vinegar ratio.
    Gives it just the right flavor Kick.
    The melted butter-mustard mix that was left over also made for an excellent dipping sauce for our french fries that evening.

    ~Simple and delicious!~.

  5. I’m going to practice that first look in the mirror.
    I reckon I could go places with it

  6. Sorry for your loss ELGardner. It IS like losing a piece of yourself. (well said Mr. Binder). If you get a pup, then research the breed so you know what you’re getting into.

    Thanks Drea! I bet you could use chicken thighs too. .

    Those pictures are darling!

    How long before the trip?

  7. @ElGardner So sorry to hear of your loss Eric.
    My best friend said goodbye to his 13 year old Shih Tzu companion, Sammy, about a year ago,
    in similar fashion. While we were grateful it was a peaceful passing and that we could all be there with him surrounding him with love and comfort in his final hours, they certainly do take a very large piece of us when they go.

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