It’s time to cook all the little stuffies the humans brought home from the market.
Poor, sad, cold little bao. A nice hot sauna will fix you right up!
It’s a double-decker sauna, so there will be room for the shoe thingies as well.
I hope they’re prettier when they’re cooked, because that raw-looking, fishy-pink filling is sort of grossing me out.
The little pot-sticker dumplings are having a hot bath of their own. Careful, Sigyn, that pan is likely quite hot!
The lumpy cylinders are in the oven and will have to be turned halfway through their cooking time.
All done! I fiddled with the sauna, so the goodies in there took much longer than anticipated, but everything is finally ready.
The bao might be a little overdone…
… but their innards are still tasty! Mmm. Porky bits.
(poke, poke, poke.) I STILL don’t trust these things.
The little dumplings and the Lumpy rolls came out all right, though, so we will not starve!
Let’s open the package of tiny moon cakes. The humans bought these because they were TOO CHEAP to buy one of the fancy gift boxes of cakes from the display near the checkout.
Hmm. Like the red and green color scheme, but somehow I don’t think this is a seasoning or icing packet…
Think the humans will eat it if I tell them that it is?
Let’s try one of the purple cakes.
Nom nom nom. The first ingredient is sugar, isn’t it? How many little adzuki beans gave up their tiny lives to make this sweet? They might have died in vain, because there isn’t really any beany flavor.
(poke, poke, poke)
This is truly a most inscrutable comestible! I have poked it. I have tasted it. I have read the list of ingredients thrice over—and I still have no idea what flavor this is supposed to be!