Friday, May 7, 2010

May 7, 2010


I don't think that Paula Deen makes this kind of stuffing!
There must be something more delicious.

All this talk about foods has made me hungry
(and we won't have macaronis again for another week),
but the tall guy said he doesn't know how to cook
food for puppies.

So if you have any EASY recipes for puppies,
would you please leave them for the tall guy in the comments?
Or if you have put any good recipes on YOUR blog,
would you let him know where to find them?
if you know any good websites or books about
cooking for puppies,
would you let him know about that too?
(Please note:
Cooking FOR puppies, not cooking puppies - unless they are hush!)

I will fix them and tell you which one is my favorite.
I sure would appreciate it.
A very skinny puppy Jack


  1. I thought Racy Pees were when siblings rushed fur the good spots in the yard...


  2. HMMM my lazy mum is useless and knows nothing about cooking for puppies or cooking puppies, but we(I) will be interested in finding some recipes too so I can shove them in her face and order her to construct these dishes!!

    Koda MD

  3. How to cook for puppies, by Mango;

    1) Go to supermarket
    2) Purchase roast beef, turkey, broccoli, apples, yogurt, and cheese.
    3) Remove seeds from apple.
    4) Place all contents in dog bowl

    Sheesh! Even my momma can do that.

    For dessert, purchase one pint of Ben and Jerry's vanilla ice cream. Place on floor. Back away slowly.

  4. Jack,
    My mom doesn't cook for me at all but she does have a friend who makes me yummy dog treats. I will ask her to get the recipe so I can send it to you.

    Woofs and Licks,
    Maggie Mae

  5. You've GOT to be kidding!!!
    Our mom cook for puppies??? BOL!!!!
    Mom would rather play with puppies than spend time cooking for puppies...
    So nice that TG will cook for you, when's supper?

  6. There is not enough room on this blog to write all the good food the Tall Guy should make you! Go to the food channel and just have him make it all!

  7. Mama says watch for a nommy recipe that we got from Miss Samantha in our post tomorrow. She says that she may be including some of these nommies in your PIF package she will be mailing out soon!!


  8. Yeah... Remington's getting a boatload of goodies - cut and copy a page out of his recipe book heheh! Banana splits, here I come!
    Hugs xo

  9. Well Jack,
    My thought is that if it is good enough for our peeps, then it should be good enough for us!! Thats my story and I am sticking to it. BTW, havent seen you by my blog lately???


  10. well our lazy mommish does'nt cook for ush eighter . we are going to have to have a stern talk wiff her tonight about this situation maybe toot at her too
    these human tsk tsk tsk

    pibble wiggles
    the pittie pack

  11. We've used the Three Dog Bakery Cookbook to make some treats for Dar. Other treats are usually cored apples with peanut butter stuffed in the middle. She loves fruits so if we have some we'll share some with her (except for grapes!). She also loves tomatoes so we'll slice some up for her while Jason gets some (I don't eat them). She actually really likes rice too, so when we make us rice for dinner we usually make a little extra for her. We don't usually go out of our way to make anything special for her, just what we're eating and we know is safe for her to have she'll get a little of it.


    This blog has not only yummy puppy treats but human ones as well.

    My puppies like it when we make pancakes. The first one never turns out right for us but they love it.

  13. Yes! TG should make you homemade "Frosty Paws" (doggy ice cream)!

    1 32 oz container of plain yogurt
    2 ripe bananas
    2 tablespoons peanut butter
    2 tablespoons honey

    Put everything in a blender, and blend until smooth. (You can also mash everything together in a bowl, but then it will be chunky.)

    Pour into individual containers. We use those disposable plastic ones from Glad or Ziploc (they are actually reuseable). This makes 10+ servings or so.

    Freeze until hard. Serve and enjoy!

    Augie and Ti get one every night :)

  14. Hmmm, I am going to watch your post for good recipes. Thanks to Augie &Ti's mom for an idea, and to Beth for the link. But if you get any recipes, please please post share them!

  15. I should add that the yogurt is the "base" and you can really add/substitute anything you like. For example, if your dog hates bananas, try applesauce. Or canned pumpkin. Jarred baby foods are great too!

    If you want to try out a smaller amount first, you can buy a small container of plain yogurt, throw in a jar of baby food bananas, a tablespoon of peanut butter, a squirt of honey (or leave it out), and voila! About 4 servings :)

  16. Hi JACK sorry we're late checking my 82 y.o. mom had a heart cath today. We got to the hosptial at 5:50 am just got home a 5 PM.
    All went well....I'm glad I've had supper your post made me hungry.
    Madi and Mom

  17. Don't ask me....I made the BIG mistake of giving Tootie a diced up Ballpark Frank and now she won't eat her IAMS! Bummer!