Let’s Cooking with Ronin: Nigel and Dog Soup/Pie

May 29th, 2009 by: cheyenne



Select a bowl from the stack of bowls on the shelf. Jostle all bowls violently around so that they make an ear-splitting racket; do this for at least two minutes. Put Nigel in a bowl.



Put the bowl with Nigel on the floor. Get the blue pie plate and put it on the floor too. Dog is already in the pot so we can ignore him for now.



Let’s put Nigel in the blue bowl. Nigel pie!



Reserve bowl for later use.



Give Nigel a turn or two in the blue bowl. You may want to put him back in the other bowl and then into the blue bowl a number of times.

[This is the tricky part requiring much skill and physical exertion. I made a video so you can study Ronin’s technique to reproduce at home. Don’t expect to get it right the first time, it takes hours of practice and hundreds upon thousands of repetitions.]

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Dog is done in the pot for now. Let’s get some more ingredients!



Better yet, let’s try the pot out ourselves! You might get stuck in the pot unless you are a little baby. If this happens, scream at the top of your lungs even if the mama is standing RIGHT THERE IN FRONT OF YOU just waiting for something to go wrong so she can save you.

That was fun. Let’s get back to cooking.



Here is the baby pan. Let’s put Nigel in it! Smash him in there.



Okay we’re done with Nigel in the pan; put Nigel in the blue bowl now. Put wooden vegetables and corks in the pan. Nice and mix, nice and mix…



When sauteed to perfection, dump them out onto the floor.



Put Dog back in the pot and carefully arrange the wooden vegetables, a champagne cork, and a bottle of travel shampoo.



All done! Time to go to the park!

INGREDIENTS:
1 polar bear puppet (Nigel)
1 dog puppet (Dog)
5 wooden vegetables and fruits
1-2 corks (to taste)
1 bottle travel shampoo

YOU WILL NEED: 1 large soup pot, 1 wee saute pan, 1 mixing bowl, 1 pie plate, and something with which to mix/flail.



3 Comments on “Let’s Cooking with Ronin: Nigel and Dog Soup/Pie”

  1. Peg Bowden says:

    So happy to see that Ms. Scabby Nose has healed up nicely. And I’m happy to see that travel shampoo was added to the mix for flavor and moisture. A creative cook uses what’s available, in the pantry, in the toy box, in the bathroom. Whatever. You go, girl!! Love, Gramma Peg

  2. melissa says:

    Holy cow, this made me laugh so hard!

  3. Ronin from the future!! says:

    WOW!! Nigel looks so very new!!!

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