learning to play the old-fashioned way...
parenting in the Land of the Rising Sun
Too. Much. Cute. Need air. Now!
There's always too much Cute--you get used to it after a while... ;-))
I'm trying to figure out how I can make that for Sage.
I would send you some, but I think it would probably be stale by the time the US mail got done with it... ;-))I think it's just regular bread dough (or for rolls) in an oval shape with two separate triangles stuck on for the ears. The whiskers are chocolate piped on, the eyes are azuki beans, the center of the flower is half a cherry... and I'm stumped on the flower. I'll have to go buy some and eat it to find out!
Ooooh me quote came back along with the post. Basically the same as a hot cross bun, yes?
Yeah--it saved your comment when I saved the post in draft. Might thoughty of it, I must say. I think it must be more or less the same as a hot cross bun--just a hot cross Kitty-chan:))
My God! You actually eat kitties in Japan? That's just... just... Um... How do they taste? Chicken? I've got one here right now walking over the keyboard. Hmmm. Plump, juicy.... Hmmm. I gotta go.
Of course! :-)) Kitties are Cici's favorite--especially with chocolate pudding inside. Tastes like chicken! ;-))
Dr. Coyne-- I'd so love to send you a Kitty-chan pan, but it would likely be stale or squashed by the time the US Mail got done with it :-(( Maybe if I put it in a Tupperware box and sent it BlackCat (KuroNeko--Japanese FedEx, naturally it's kittehs:))