Monday, October 19, 2009

October 19, 2009

Jack's Favorite Recipes

A short series in which
Jack shares his
favorite recipes.

Today: Jack's recipe for
Cellulose with Mixed Lignans and Phenolics'

This is a very easy recipe that you should try.
1 cup of 'make sure that the tall guy is not in the room'
2 tbs of 'look around to see if there are any 'papers' on the nightstand'
1/2 pinch of 'check again to REALLY make sure the tall guy is not watching you'

Once you have all of your ingredients assembled,
very quietly pick up the 'papers' on the nightstand.
Gently tear the papers
(remember, good papers are torn not cut)
until you have a bunch of little pieces
You may hear this referred to as 'dicing'
on some of the tv programs the tall guy is all the time watching.

You should then spread your small pieces of 'papers' all around
in order to make the most visually appealing presentation you can!

And there you have it.
One more quick and easy recipe for you to try at home.
But do not try this dish too often
as it may cause a 'slight' problem when
your peoples see what a good chef you are.
They may decide you are such a good chef,
you can only cook outside or in your crate for a while.

So, as Julia would say to all the puppies:


  1. Hope you don't gets no bellyaches from your recipe.

  2. That is too funny, I'm glad Ariel is sleeping and didn't read this recipe!

  3. OH JACK, no one understands how talented you are...

  4. Oh Jack, I wish you would come to my house and cook fur me sometime!


  5. I think I'll pass on this one. Good job recycling for the TG though. Surely he appreciates your taking care of the paper clutter that piles up!

  6. Ohhhhhh Jack!!! You are toooo cute!!!! I am definitely going to try this recipe!!! Thx!!

    lotsa licks,

  7. You should try out for Hell's Kitchen=)

  8. Jack you are a very creative cook. You are lucky the tall guy lets you share your recipes with us. I have taken a stab at cooking too. Usually it has been something of Mom's and usually when she leaves us home. Sasha never does anything like that. I've tried to show her but she isn't interested in being that creative.
    Ernie & Sasha

  9. We are thinking that Rachel Ray has nuttin' over on you, Jack. You are a regular gourmet doggie☺

  10. Delish! I also recommend trying the boxes that soda pop cans come in. Very fun to tear up :)

  11. Hi Jack,
    Mom and I are enjoying your food series post....Mom told me it might be best for you to 'stick' to real foods and not papers that might be important to TG!!! I'm just sayin'.....
    I'm older than you and have been in my share of hot water...stay way from what belongs to the peeps...
    Madi and Mom

  12. MMmmmm Paper - it is mighty delicious!