The many faces of Aussie hubby

Aussie hubby’s look alikes

Aussie hubby has many looks.

When he is fully content, “Mount Beerwah” Aussie hubby often makes an appearance  – big wide smile and eyes closed.  Named after the location of its first occurrence.

It seems his expression has not gone unnoticed in the animal kingdom!

Not sure what Mr. Fox is up to but Mac definitely takes after his (human) Dad…

Do your pets resemble your looks?

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Meet the sausage family…Mac

  • Age – 1
  • Place of birth – Port Macquarie
  • Citizenship – Australian/German
  • Education – Class of 2012 canine college
  • Skillset – Dropping as much water out of the mouth as he gets in
  • Interests – Belly crawling, anticipating arrival of food, neighbourhood watch, public speaking, drinking water when excitement levels are high, dancing, belly rubs, food tasting, gardening (pulling on grass runners), removing squeakers, double ear flips, playing fetch, pooping in most inappropriate spots, looking confused when humped by Clara
  • Favourite toy – anything that contains a squeaker, which has to be removed immediately
  • Friends – Clara
  • Favourite human – Will follow anyone with treats but loves his Mummy

Big pawed Mac

All things German

Recently Aussie hubby bought himself a new toy and went on an Oz-adventure (literally – his nickname is Oz) from Sydney to Brisbane.

Having always being sceptical of motorbikes, it took me a little while to warm up to this idea.

What sold it was the fact that it was another addition to our German ‘collection’ that currently consists of:

  • German wife
  • 2 German dachshunds, one with a beautiful old German name
  • a BMW motorbike
  • an old German dictionary which was a gift
  • European pillowcases (guess they are German to some degree)
  • Sausages in our fridge (they might as well be added in seeing that they are an almost permanent fixture)

What German things do you own?

The furry sausages checking out the new toy

Sausage stir fry (GF)

This is the German take on a traditional Asian dish.  I made this dish up when I had nothing else in the fridge one night.  Aussie hubby really liked it and it has become one of our regular meals now.  This meal is also gluten free.

Sausage stir fry and kitchen hands

Cooking time – 20 mins
Preparation time – 5 mins

What you need
1 packet of chicken or beef sausages (preferably free range/organic)
1 packet of pre-cut Asian vegetables
1 onion
1 garlic clove
1 red chilli
Olive oil
Fish sauce
Soy sauce (GF)
1 handful of cashew nuts (optional)

How to prepare
Cut onion and chilli into small pieces, crush or chop garlic.
Cut sausages into small bites. Heat olive oil and add sausages, cook on medium heat
until both sides of the sausages are brown (ca. 10 mins).
Add onion, chilli and garlic and cook until onion and garlic are lightly browned. Set
aside.
Stir fry Asian vegetables in olive oil for a couple of mins.
Add sausages, onion, chilli and garlic.
Add a small amount of soy sauce and fish sauce and stir through.
Add cashew nuts.
Serve hot with rice or on its own.

PS: I don’t recommend feeding this to your little furry sausages!