Hey Mr Katsu here’s a little poem for a Thanksgiving favorite!
Oh lonely potato you REALLY are so loved.
At holiday time, on a fork you are shoved.
You grow in the dirt with water and sun.
Then off to market stacked one-by-one.
The pile is high and shoppers soon circle in,
They pick, toss and grab you until none in the bin.
Baked, mashed or fried, all cooking ways to enjoy,
Thanks for your vitamins and delicious goodness, oh boy!
Hey Mr Katsu, cheers to the Bob Baker Marionette Theater and it’s long history in Los Angeles. The final day in its current location will be Friday, November 23 (the day after Thanksgiving, which happens to be the same day they opened 55 years ago.) Visit their website to learn more and ticket info for Bob Baker’s Nutcracker presented at the Pasadena Playhouse beginning November 24 for 5 weeks.
Hey Mr Katsu, what time is it for scary stories, costumes, candy, parties and trick-or-treat? HALLOWEEN SCARE-TACULAR! Take a look see in my kaleidoscope!
SURPRISE… Created a little video and poem for this new comic! Hope it makes you smile, follow the blog and share with your friends!
Once upon a time, a shiba found some pumpkin seeds.
Wondered how to plant, so searched the internet for leads.
Planted, watered, waited and waited some more.
And before long, there were pumpkins galore.
Choose to carve, decorate or bake and eat.
It’s a FALL FAVORITE that’s hard to beat!
Hey Mr Katsu, what’s round, chubby, lives in Japan cold waters and can stick on various surfaces? Their pelvic fins evolved into adhesive discs on their undersides which allows them to cling onto even round surfaces!
Thank you to all who had been following my comic blog “Me & Mr Katsu”. I took an unexpected blog break and am SO happy to be back! Our last comic had Mr Katsu “shiba shedding” and it just so happens to be that time again! September celebrates changing seasons, good-bye to summer treats and hello more flying fur!