Beaker Loves Blueberry Buttermilk Pancakes

“Where’s my blueberry buttermilk pancake PapaRATzo?”

Breaker, our 29-year-old Gold Cap Conure, goes nuts over blueberry buttermilk pancakes. He also loves Susan’s blueberry pound cake. I’m thinking that Beaker has genetic memory of his feathered forefathers going out to treetop IHOPs for Sunday breakfast or Sunday Brunch where they enjoyed blueberry buttermilk pancakes. Beaker also loves coffee, donuts, hamburgers, French fries, pizza, huevos rancheros, and similar fare, all of which he rarely gets. But still, the fact that he likes those various types of foods so much leads me to believe he has a genetic memory of a whole feathered fast food industry high in the tops of rainforest canopies.

Beaker’s pancake is the little one on the lower left side of the griddle.

“I’m still waiting!”

“About time you got my order off the griddle.”

“Yum!”

“Yum! Yum!”

“Yum! Yum! Yum! Yum!”

It’s been a few years since Laurie made blueberry buttermilk pancakes. Beaker thoroughly enjoyed his pancake as I did mine. The pancakes were delicious.

Glenda and Gwendolyn were not impressed with blueberry buttermilk pancakes. They were more interested in lying around and looking cute.

53 thoughts on “Beaker Loves Blueberry Buttermilk Pancakes

    • Your pheasant looks a lot like a turkey. In the wild parrots don’t live long, but they tend to be longed lived among humankind. Thanks, Harry.

    • Most any kind of pancakes are good, but blueberry buttermilk pancakes are especially good. Thanks, Tiffany.

  1. Pancakes…?? Now we’re talking! ๐Ÿ™‚
    It must be wonderful to have Breaker for such a long time in your family. And yes, I’m wondering about having pancakes today too…

  2. I love this post! I can almost hear Beaker as he โ€œpatientlyโ€ waits for his blueberry pancake. ๐Ÿ˜‚ The girls are becoming beautiful young ladies. ๐Ÿ˜ป

    • Hi Charlotte. Beaker is not a the type of parrot that can talk. He knows how to say, more like crow, “Good Morning Beaker Beaker!” and he used to say “Hello!” when the phone rang, but we don’t have a phone that rings anymore. We also have an African Gray parrot who talks really well. He picks up all kinds of stuff, plus we have taught him a lot of phrases and a few songs. He makes up his own variations of the phrases and songs which is really funny.

      The pancakes are easy to make.

  3. Breaker is so colourful and handsome….
    And I am salivating looking at those pancakes….yum yum…
    Did you make those TIm?

    • He’s spoiled rotten. Sรธren, our African Gray parrot, calls him a rotten bird.

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