Bone AppetreatPublished December 12, 2008
For you dog fans out there that enjoy cooking for your canines, and have likeminded friends for whom you have been searching for that extra special holiday gift, here is an excellent suggestion. The 53-page “Bone Appetreat, a New Cookbook That Has Gone to the Dogs" is a treasure which will find its way into people's kitchens all year long. Written by Laurie Southall, a Registered Holistic Nutritionist and Allergist, delightfully weaves her love for the canine species throughout this unique and enchanting cookbook. She provides an extensive choice of recipes, ranging from full course meals to yummy treats which are easy to make, but most importantly, will please the most finicky dog. Author Laurie Southall All Ms. Southall's recipes are wheat-free. She also gives her readers a wide variety of vegetarian options from which to choose, as well as those which are soy, corn, dairy and egg-free. Describing her book, Ms. Southall writes, ""The recipes in Bone Appetreat provide healthy alternatives for dog owners who would prefer for whatever reason - even if just for fun - to make their own treats. They are not only nourishing but as my dog Stanley and our other enthusiastic canine testers can vouch - tasty too." In this canine cookbook, you will find recipes such as Chicken Paw-Migana, a tempting biscuit, and Ruffogies, a soft treat in which sweet potatoes are the main ingredient. There even are recipes for special occasions, which include "Sammy's Upside-Down Cake." Other intriguing temptations include, Barko's Beef Biscuit, Orange, and "Ruffy" and Tail-a Wagging Meatballs. I had to chuckle when I found one called "Hoggin' Dogz, which is a sausage shaped item baked in the oven. Most of the ingredients are easy to find in local supermarkets. Other items can be found in health food stores, or specialty grocery stores. The recipes produce between 180 to 250 canine treats which can be stored in the fridge, or frozen for later use. The book is for sale for $14.95 plus tax and shipping at www.boneappetreat.ca. You can also call 905-309-1243, or email for more information to firstname.lastname@example.org. Do you cook for your dogs? Leave a comment and share some of your special recipes with us.
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