Sunday, 19 February 2012

Yummy Italian food


Oh how wonderful and how absolutely scrumptiously yummy! The farmer at the farm at the end of Wiggleway Lane has sent me over a basket of Italian food . It was a complete surprise and very welcome I must say. This amazing gift has come about because the farmer had guests who came all the way from Italy. They brought  the lovely selection of  food with them.  The farmer  told me that he does not know how to cook Italian food and he is sure that Pearl, Doodle, Mango and I will enjoy cooking some lovely pasta . I have asked my best friends to come to Clover Cottage this evening and as we all love cooking ( even Mango )  we will all make a lovely, healthy Italian meal.  We can use some fresh vegetables from my garden too. I can't wait, we all love pasta. I see though that there is a bottle of Chianti wine in the basket and we do not drink wine so I will give that back to the farmer and he can give it to his other friends in the nearby village. I know they will appreciate it very much. How kind the farmer is. How very kind of him to think of us and to give us this lovely gift. I will thank the farmer tomorrow and when I see him I will tell him that we simply must help him to find a name for his farm as the strangers that were lost the other day could not find his farm because it has no name, so tonight we will all think of a very good name for the farm and give our idea to the farmer. It is our pleasure to help him with that as he is a very good  neighbour and a very thoughtful friend.

2 comments:

thecrazysheeplady said...

I asked my brothers and sisters if they knew how to cook Italian food, but they said no but that it sounded interesting. I do know that mom says Graham Lamb makes her want to drink wine sometimes though.

B. Willard

Sherbet Sheep said...

Hello B. Willard,
Pearl is especially good at cooking and teaches Doodle, Mango and I, Sherbet, to cook all kinds of food. We really love sharing a scrumptious meal in my kitchen at Clover Cottage. We have never even tasted wine and I think that if we had tried to open the Chianti with that funny cork in it then we may have spilled it and made a red patch on my wool, If that happened to you I imagine that your mum would not be very happy with you as she would have to put you in the bath and scrub the red mark off. Graham Lamb sounds like he may be a very naughty sheep indeed. Love from Sherbet X