Friday, July 31, 2015

Funny Friday: Where's the Beef

Today’s post is July’s Funny Friday, a regular feature published on the last Friday of every month. Funny Friday is a collaborative project. Each month one of the participants submits a picture, then we all write 5 captions or thoughts inspired by that month’s picture. Links to the other bloggers’ posts are below, click on them and see what they’ve come up with. I hope we bring a smile to your face as you start your weekend.
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Here’s today’s picture. It was submitted by Sanity Waiting to Happen.
Funny Friday, Sanity Waiting to Happen | | #humor #laugh
1. When you asked if I wanted to go to the market, this is NOT what I had in mind.

2. This is not how I remember seatbelts working.

3. I already told you I CANNOT give you milk. 

4. The saying is "this little piggie went to market. PIGGIE. Do I look like a piggie to you? 

5. Toto, I've a feeling we're not in Kansas any more.
And YES, if you read my blog you know that I used this one last month too.
And now for something yummy (no, not beef):

FAST Flavorful Fish Dinner | | #recipe #fish

FAST Flavorful Fish Dinner
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FAST Flavorful Fish Dinner
Printable Recipe
NOTE: I'm from the East Coast and love fresh fish. I live in the Midwest and the best option here is flash frozen, which is why I use it in this recipe. If you're lucky enough to have access to fresh fish, adjust your temperature to 350 degrees and watch closely, it'll cook much faster.

Ingredients (per serving):
6 - 8 oz frozen fillet of white flaky fish: cod, tilapia, snapper, etc.
1/8 tsp salt
1/4 tsp lemon pepper
1/4 tsp dried dill
1 green onion
4 slices red pepper
1/2 TBSP butter
1/4 tsp paprika
3 cherry tomatoes
1 slice lemon
OPT: Serve over rice on a bed of fresh spinach

*Turn oven on to 425 degrees.
*Grease a cooking dish and place frozen fish in the dish.
*Chop the green onion and the red pepper slices.
*Sprinkle fish with salt, lemon pepper and dill. top with the green onion and red pepper.
*Break the butter up and dollop over the fish. Sprinkle with paprika.
*Put fish in the heating oven. While fish is cooking, quarter the cherry tomatoes.
*The amount of time your fish will take to cook will depend on how thick it is. Once the oven is up to temperature, start testing the fish regularly. It's ready when the fish is no longer translucent and it flakes with a fork.
*Top fish with cherry tomato and serve with lemon. 


  1. Maybe they'll get to choose some greener pastures at the market?

  2. LOL...yeah, I think those seat belts are a bit weird. Oh that fish looks good. I miss being on vacation and getting dinner without cooking.

    1. I have to tell you, this fish is so quick and easy it's almost like not cooking.

  3. Haha! I can't believe you didn't go with a beef recipe!
    I feel badly for those clueless cows having to go to the market :(

  4. #2 is so funny. Oh man, I remember "Where's The Beef?" That commercial always cracked me up!

  5. Great lines for the picture Karen! I am thrilled with my words for Aug's use your words you'll see why when we post. I have a question. When I get on anything but my home computer your share buttons don't show up. Not on my phone, tablet or laptop. Only the pc. I was wondering if you have your mobile button turned off and don't realize it. I may have told you before, but I want to make sure. I will come back tomorrow and share from the pc I'm on the laptop now but wanted to go ahead and leave you a comment.

  6. Good ones! LOVE the fish recipe. Can't wait to try it. Or rather have Hubs try it.

  7. LOVE the recipe!
    and 1 is my favorite!!!

    Your title had me cracking up before I even read the captions!!!! Brilliant!

  9. I guess when someone said they were hungry enough to eat a cow they weren't kidding!

  10. Those piggies must be better at hiding! LOL Love all of these.

    And when is a Wizard of Oz quote NOT relevant? :)

    1. Oh, good point, Wizard of Oz references are always relevant.


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