Baking with Parrots

First, assemble ingredients. In this case, fresh apricots from the tree in the back yard.

Second, secure the parrot. Leaving him on the counter while you upload photos of step one is not going to work.

What’s really impressive here is that he actually landed a second pie tin on top of the one in the bottom left corner.
To be honest, these do make a pretty cool sound when they hit the tile.
Clearly, step three is wash everything.
For any other cooking bloggers out there who share their space with a parrot, an addendum to Step 1 would be: get the kitchen in tip top photographic shape.  You can’t always shoot around surprises.

10 thoughts on “Baking with Parrots

  1. kitwocky says:

    I love this – giggled and giggled. Can’t wait to show Queen Cobra later!! She’ll be as amused as I am. Very fun.

  2. RuthG says:


  3. Wazeau says:

    I can practically hear his pride at tossing the pie pans overboard. My pionus also gets a huge rush out of that kind of activity 🙂

  4. no says:


  5. markrhunter says:

    Well — I’m sure glad this wasn’t about what the title led me to fear!

  6. mydearbakes says:

    Great post! Enjoyed reading it =)

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