What do Dommes eat?

Seeing a Domme in the wild is a rare thing…

She has shown off her physical ability (albeit clumsily, while flailing about like the subspecies, Phoebeus Embarrassus), we have taken a peek at her mating habits, we have ascertained that she has a ‘sloth beats greed‘ approach to food, and she has also demonstrated that she doesn’t cook.

So then, what does this elusive creature eat?

Let’s take a look, shall we? Quietly now, so that we don’t disturb the Domina Awesomina in her natural habitat.

scrambled eggs
Standard breakfast: Scrambled eggs
mango passionfruit yoghurt
Gippsland mango passionfruit yoghurt
rice paper rolls
Rice paper rolls with Vietnamese dipping sauce
popcorn
Air popped popcorn with real butter
pepperoni mushroom chilli pizza
Pepperoni mushroom chilli pizza (before)
pepperoni mushoom chilli pizza
Pepperoni mushroom chilli pizza (after)
miso soup with chicken
Miso soup with chicken
hazelnut tiramisu
Hazelnut tiramisu
toasted wrap
Toasted chicken cheese tomato avocado wrap
lentil soup
Home made lentil soup
ham wrap
Ham and salad wrap
cheese and bacon pinwheels
Cheese and bacon pinwheels
vege snacks
Vegetable snacks
chicken wrap
Chicken and salad wrap
miso and champagne
Miso and champagne with hibiscus flower
Caramel tart
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  1. Actually, we are able to glean a fair amount of information from these early data samples. She is a high maintenance creature, certainly, but not so much so as her even cuter cousin, the koala, who eats nothing but bamboo shoots.
    There seems to be a natural affinity for healthy, balanced, varied food sources, which might lead us to believe that this species may have an excessive amount of energy to burn. This, in turn, may lead to behavioural patterns such as cardiovascular workouts on a REGULAR basis, regardless of her seeming desire to not push herself in this direction.
    The low percentage of red meat should be encouraged, as a higher intake of animal fat might tend to slow her down, which in turn could lead to irritability, which itself could spell danger for others locked in her cage.

    1. “…the koala, who eats nothing but bamboo shoots.”

      *laugh* You are thinking of pandas! Koalas eat eucalyptus leaves!

      “…which in turn could lead to irritability, which itself could spell danger for others locked in her cage.”

      I’d not recommend putting her in a cage at all, however if you are referring to ‘a cage that she might own’… well, that’s a different story, and in that instance, I’d agree that her irritability is to be avoided at all costs.

      Other than that, I believe the data supports your analysis overall. Further study would likely yield more information.

      Ferns

  2. Holy Toledo! Is that in one day?

    That pizza doesn’t look low carb, does it? I don’t think she’s eating enough bacon.

    But it all looks so colorful and tasty.

    1. “Holy Toledo! Is that in one day?”

      No way Tom, that was all before lunch.

      “I don’t think she’s eating enough bacon.”

      Nobody EVER eats enough bacon!!

      “But it all looks so colorful and tasty.”

      Inorite?!

      Ferns

    1. Email me, I will happily share, though I doubt you need recipes for wraps or rice paper rolls or miso soup or scrambled eggs or … um… what DID you want the recipe for?

      Ferns

  3. Did you make that tiramisu? It’s gorgeous! *innuendo about being you are what you eat*

    I’m ok around the kitchen, but my food is always better tasting than looking?

    1. “Did you make that tiramisu?”

      *laugh* Oh my god, no!!!

      “It’s gorgeous! *innuendo about being you are what you eat*

      *smile* Innuendoed compliment much appreciated, thank you.

      “I’m ok around the kitchen, but my food is always better tasting than looking?”

      I’m rubbish in the kitchen and I am heartily impressed at how yummy a lot of my food looks (and tastes)! Go me!

      Ferns

  4. A wonderfully eclectic menu with sensible portions, healthy ingredients and is artfully presented.
    Other than the stunning lack of alcoholic beverages (Only one glass of champaign?!) What’s not to like?

    1. “A wonderfully eclectic menu with sensible portions, healthy ingredients and is artfully presented.”

      Not too shabby for someone who doesn’t cook, right?

      I should have ended the post with about 10 increasingly blurry photos of glasses of champagne. That would have been funny!!

      Ferns

  5. Wow! That’s..that’s wow – that’s some beautiful & delicious-looking food. And, if you don’t mind me saying so, I’m certain watching you eat it would be a lovely sight indeed.

    1. Thanks, M, and no, I don’t mind you saying that watching me eat it would be a lovely sight at all. I’m not even going to argue the point, I mean, really, anything that involves lips, mouths and tongues has got to be good, right? Also, I have impeccable eating habits.

      Ferns

    1. I *should* try that! All types of tiramisu are of intense interest to me!!

      Unfortunately, that one looked better than it tasted… *sad face*.

      Ferns

    1. There was bacon in the ‘cheese and bacon pinwheels’!! The tell was in the word ‘bacon’ in there!

      Though I have to agree that there was NOT ENOUGH BACON. I will work on that.

      Ferns

  6. Oh yes and another thing catches mah ever vigilant twue Domme eye

    Strewth mate no bloody prawns what kind of Aussie are you for Gawds sake ?

    Coug

    1. I love prawns, but they have to be fresh and then you have to cook them (somehow) and then you have to peel them (icky) and only THEN do you get to eat them…

      I just need someone to do all that for me, and then hand feed me.

      Ferns

  7. Am I the only one who read this in a hushed, intense, David Attenborough-esque mental voice? Bueller? Bueller?

    ;)

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