Goober, Rufus ,Homer & Nibbler missed us for two weeks...but they were well cared for & "spoiled" when we were gone! Goober & Homer even got to eat a can of "kippers" with their kibble as Goober turned 15 1/2 when I was gone! :thumbup:
Kippers are usually smoked herrings. We used to eat them for breakfast, warm with a knob of butter. Havent seen them for ages apart from in cans. We used to buy them in bags complete with butter, and warm them up in hot water. Yummy.
What are kippers?! "Sheesh", I thought everyone knew that! /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/eek.gif The most common form of kippers are lightly salted & smoked & sold in a flat elongated can like sardines, but a longer can! In Idaho, "it would seem that" they are a very popular choice as a loggers lunch as kipper cans are a frequent find in the woods! Pop & I LOVE canned kippers as we both are of scandinavian decent & often snack on them with cheese & rye crisp as a light snack in the woods! (Kippers are not just for breakfast anymore)...but they have been a part of a british breakfast for many years as well! :thumbup: :ecstatic: