Monday, March 24, 2014

Did you see IT?

Silvieon4:  "Did I see what?"

JD: "FB.  Auntie Robin posted her entry in the EXCALIBUR giveaway."

Silvieon4: "LIVER SLIVERS?  LIVER LIPS??? OMD!  I am ferklempt!  WE need to get momma to try making them immediately if not sooner!! You know how much I love those!!!! "

JD: "Chill tootsie! Not the liver lips and not the liver slivers, I suspect those two recipes are under lock and key and 24 hour guard. It is the apples and cheese please recipe. A good one just the same!"

JD: "Here, this was her post on FB!" 
Robin Gray18 hours ago
Here is a recipe that I entered in the Excalibur Dehydrator contest it's for dog biscuits that the Bichons here in Rescue really enjoy. I hope your dog will enjoy them, too!

Apples and Cheese, Please!Ingredients:3 cups whole wheat flour¼ cup grated, hulled sunflower seeds1 teaspoon cinnamon¾ cup grated Parmesan cheese, ¼ cup reserved2 eggs½ cup unsweetened applesauce½ cup water½ cup sunflower oil2 tablespoons local wildflower honey
Combine all ingredients except for reserved ¼ cup grated Parmesan. Knead dough.Roll out dough on floured surface to ¼ inch thickness. Use cookie cutters to cut into shapes.Sprinkle shapes with reserved Parmesan. Dehydrate at 155 degrees in an Excalibur dehydrator for 6 hours or until desired crispness is achieved.

JD: "You know what gets me? You and The Wendy always talk about being at White Dog Cottage land waiting for a forever family, like this was some sort of sad time.  I am never going to buy that line again.  I am looking at treats served on fine china.  I know, we eat off of Wedgewood, but ours is plain white... Look at these pretty dishes and look at HOW MANY TREATS are being served!!!! You were hardly...suffering!!!!"

Silvieon4: "Who said we were suffering? We were not suffering! We had been rescued! But we were waiting for forever families. And no, I don't ever recall getting a full plate of treats like this! You know Auntie Robin! Her middle name is "CALORIES COUNTER" but she did cook for us."

JD: "Well, let's keep looking at the picture with sad eyes,  Work that angle.  See if we can get momma into a guilt state that induces baking... Give her sad puppy eyes, you know she is weak..."

Silvieon4: "Can I say something?  This idea of mine was GENIUS.  And the way I finessed that momma into thinking it was her idea... was STELLAR!  Even if we can get her to bake a couple of times a week... we are talking GRAVY TRAINNNNNNNNNNNNNN. Go me, go me... Go me"

JD: "Shhh she is looking, do the puppy face and the sad puppy eyes bit!"

'vie and JD with the best sad looks, ever!

PS.  Auntie ROBIN, I hope you win!!!  My peeps at my  Alma Mater, Tidewater Bichon Frise Rescue could sure benefit from this Excalibur!!!! 

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1 comment:

Two French Bulldogs said...

We'll starve if we wait for mom to make us anything
Lily & Edward