“He took the Who’s feast, he took the Who pudding, he took the roast beast. He cleaned out that ice box as quick as a flash. Why, the Grinch even took their last can of Who hash.”
― Dr. Seuss, How the Grinch stole Christmas!
Oh no! Not ours! We still have two cans of Who Hash left! I better cook one can of it before the Grinch takes it, no less….
Yup, we did have some Who Hash for lunch and I’m sure it was just the perfect thing on our table because one of our guests was Yertle the Turtle. I was thinking of adding some Green Eggs and Ham OR Scrambled Eggs Super but I was afraid The Lorax might not like it. He might not like it at all.
The Cat in the Hat came by to check in on Ykaie and told her so many things about How the Grinch Stole Christmas plus a thing or two about how I Had Trouble Getting to Solla Sallew. Ykaie couldn’t help but exclaim “Horton Hears a Who!?”
LOL! Forgive me, I know how bad I am at rhymes. I’m in such a Dr. Seuss mood today because today is Dr. Seuss’s birthday and this post is my tribute to him.
Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss!!
I’m one of the biggest fans of Dr. Seuss books. I remember borrowing these books (the ones that are in bold up there) when I was in elementary and reading them again and again. I just couldn’t get enough because the moment I open the first page, I’m instantly transported to a different world consisting of these weird but beautifully unique creatures. It’s kind of magical.
Now that I think Ykaie is old enough to understand them, I will begin introducing her to Dr. Seuss. She’s already seen the movies The Lorax, The Cat in the Hat, and The Grinch Who Stole Christmas but she has to own and read the books.
She loves corned-beef hash too and I just thought it would be nice to play pretend during lunch today. Don’t worry, our Who Hash contains 100% Natural Who-Beef…heehee.
I don’t think you’re gonna need a recipe for this. Just cover your normal can of corned beef with Who Hash label and tell your child it’s Who Hash. If she knows the Grinch and Dr. Seuss, she’ll be very excited.
Thanks for ur blog, thannks for sharing your ideas..
You are welcome Leila!
Such a fun idea! I didn’t know it was Dr. Seuss’s birthday day. He’s so great — I loved his books when I was a kid (still do, truth be told). Inspired post — thanks.
I am crazy about Dr. Seuss until now too!
This looks so delicious! It is making me crave corned beef and eat breakfast in the middle of the night.
Nice way to celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday…I have not had hash for a while…looks good Peachy.
Hope you are having a great week 😀
Thanks Juliana! Have a great weekend!
What a fun post Peachy!!! I’m a fan of Dr. Seuss as well and would say that he would be quite proud. 🙂
Such a great and yummy idea! The kids will love it.
Kids love Dr. Seuss!
The chunks of corned beef are really bigger than usual. Adding pineapples to the dish would make a hint of sweetness.
I think pineapple is a good idea too..
This is a real nice post from you,glad to launch onto your blog.
That’s really creative, and It’s all natural Who-Beef.
LOL! My daughter was very amused.
The meat is great. It is too yummy for it is pure and natural…. I like eating it….. Hhhmmm.
Thanks Sir Gil!
yummmy indeed! that corned beef looks so delish 🙂 I wish corned beef is not expensive here 🙁
I think corned beef is expensive everywhere..
whoah! hahahha.That is so playful!
Who Hash seems to be a really tasty corned beef meal.
I just made that..LOL!
The packaging is simple yet catchy.
I also used to read Dr.Seuss books and you’re right ,children have to be introduced to the book version aside from the movies they are familiar with.
I’m so glad you we share the same opinion.
Looks really yummy. I want to eat it right now. Lol!