Monster Chef’s loves to bake cakes, slices and desserts, usually while listening to the soundtrack from Monsters Inc. Hmmmmm, chocolate and big band jazz, what could be better.
When dancing, Monster Chef prefers the “eight step” to the “two step”. Since I have had Monster Chef with me, all my cooking endeavors have been extremely successful – must be all that happy dancing around the kitchen and fantastic cooking advice.
When we came back from our disastrous holiday, amongst all the bills that my neighbour collected was a mystery package. Inside was a lovely surprise from my talented (and ludicrously busy) friend, Melly. Fat quarters from her entire range of new Australian fabric. The range is called “Where the Wind Blows” and is the debut line for her distributor, “Creative Abundance“.
It didn’t take me long to work out that the fabric really wanted to be a softie (after all, it was designed by a softie expert). With my chef set in Homespun, hitting the news-agencies, I knew that I wanted to create a chef of some kind. While I was tossing around a few ideas with the kids, Michaela suggested a monster and so Monster Chef was conceived.
Speaking of Monsters, see a furry blue monster’s take on the Old Spice commercials. Grover (Sesame Street) talks about the word “on” in “Smell Like a Monster“.
Now look back to Monster Chef 😉 – all he or she needs now is a name, “………. the Monster Chef”. Can you help?