This week over at Every Inchie Monday the world tour stops in Peru. I am not really into Peru. Especially since last year I somehow magically bought a ticket to Lima, Peru! Luckily, after changing all my passwords, filling out fraud paperwork and waiting 10 days I got my money back! Phew!!!
But since we are here in Peru why not sample a bit of the local cuisine. Did you know that in Peru they really, I mean REALLY, love their Guinea Pigs. Especially baked or grilled! I think I will turn vegetarian for this trip! LOL That said I decided to make a cute little living guinea pig for my inchie.
Isn't he cute? Too cute to eat I think, lol. Well that is it for me this week. Don't forget to fly on over to EIM and check out the great art. I do feel a bit hungry. I think I will go find something to snack on! ;)
Have a blessed and creative week!
I didn't know that, but I am a vegetarian so I would never eat it.ReplyDelete
I love it on your inchie.
I like my meat but I dont think I will be eating one of theseDelete
A very appealing inchie. I hope you found something more palatable to munch on...I know when in Rome etc. But I grew very fond of Guinea pigs when the smalls went through that stage and would find it very difficult indeed to toss a couple on the bbq!ReplyDelete
lol yea I ate nachos! I get you on not being able to eat themDelete
I love your adorable guinea pig! He is too cute to eat for sure. I can't imagine eating one of those cuties since I had several of those as pets growing up.ReplyDelete
Thanks Cathy. Never owned one but they are adorableDelete
Fabulous inchie, very difficult to believe it's on an inchReplyDelete
Thanks Wendy, I did get it on an inch, Not sure how lolDelete
Such a sweet looking guinea pig and yes I did know about them being food so I was amused to see this reference here lol.ReplyDelete
Thanks Sally, I glad that you like the inchieDelete
Cute inchie! I did see a documentary where a woman in Peru used a guinea pig for healing sick people....the guineau pig was rubbed all over the sick woman and they believed he had then taken over the sickness. Afterwards they would kill the guinea pig :-(ReplyDelete
Thanks Margriet, I think that sounds awful!Delete