I’ve HAD beetloaf. If the same person made the gravy, you’re well advised to not take more than you can push around on the plate until it turns to smears.
What’s the gravy made of, Andy? Asparagus?
You would think that Andy would realize how much money she’s wasting making food her family won’t eat.
Andy’s gotta be the worst cook. Hope Paige will find somebody to take her under wing to teach her how to cook properly.
That woman is just sick
There was a time my Dad had ulcers. Mom cooked for him but we all ate the same food. As a kid I had to eat some pretty bland soups and mushy veggies for awhile.
Peanut Butter and BBQ Sauce sandwich!
Of course, they loaf. After all, they are beat!
I’ll take the gravy only if it’s made with kale.
“Meatloaf … beetloaf … I HATE meatloaf” … Randy – A Christmas Story
Today’s classic Sunday strip we’re missing:
Yay! I mentioned that yesterday. I approve. By the way! Hold the darn phone horizontally, I am so sick of 1/3rd screen photos/videos on the monitor and TV.
“And the beet goes on”. Sonny and Cher.
You made the rice, I made the gravy. But it just may be a tuna fish you’re looking for.
None of her kids are overweight. While I wouldn’t like her food either, it’s not abuse.
Note to self: suggest to Guy Fieri a new game for Guy’s Grocery Games: they have to make meals Andy would make (“the winner is…not the judges who have to eat this stuff!”)
With the popularization and commercialization of plant-based food and the very wide range of frankly delicious options available, sad to say, this trope is not aging well…
First time I’ve heard a good reason for taking pictures of one’s food.
Child services deals with children who have worse problems than would-be vegetarian mothers who are bad cooks.
World’s most clueless mother. Not surprising, with the world’s most clueless father, and…
This is not funny. Not one little bit!
Beets are also useful for tie-dyeing clothes
One of the best zingers I’ve seen on the subject of Mom’s healthy meals!
Andy’s cooking is child abuse.
I like beetloaf
Probably a welcome change from tuna-casserole and fried bologna….
I know this whole thing is a joke but I think one approach I would take if I were Andi’s family is to realize she will always be committed to cooking vegetarian meals but might be persuaded to learn to make something more palatable. Say, give her a birthday gift of a really good vegetarian cookbook or, better and a little more diplomatic, a paid for, fun cooking course with some well known vegetarian chef.
It’s called Meta Now,Guys.
Do you know how hard it is to come up with a new kale/tofu/eggplant recipe Every. Single. Night?
How do the kids survive, never getting to eat?
In the last panel I first read it as BEETLELOAF – then I realized, right, she’s a vegetarian – beetloaf. :-)
Andy, I’d tell you to take your vegetarian meatload down to a homeless shelter, but I think the vagrants would rather starve!
I think CPS would have something to say to Andy.