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    Recipe #291629

    I found this great treat recipe on all-natural-dog-treat.com It's completely grain free making it wonderful for pets who are allergic to grains and for owners who prefer to minimize the amount of grain products their pets eat. Note: This recipe can also be a good homemade meal for your dog. Sept, 2008: I originally published this recipe as a treat recipe. Since it doesn't seem to hold together very well it's now been changed to a dog food recipe. When I get a chance to play around with it I'll see if it can be made into a treat recipe again. I would only give this to my dog in small portions as a treat or to add flavour to her regular food.

    Recipe #288800

    Original recipes from thepoop.com and littlepawspetclub.blogspot.com The number of treats this recipe makes depends on the size of the cutouts. *** Note: Regarding garlic and dogs: Many dogs enjoy the taste of garlic and it's a natural flea repellent. A small bit of cooked garlic should not be toxic. However, according to the American Animal Hospital Association, raw and spoiled garlic is toxic and potentially fatal to dogs. Consult with your veterinarian before using and use in small quantities.***

    Recipe #288797

    From an old Chatelaine magazine. Prep time assumes you purchased chicken halves and don't need to cut it yourself.

    Recipe #288495

    A Vegetarian Times recipe so you know it's good. You can use veggies other than broccoli if you want i.e. asparagus, sliced squash You can also replace the wine with tomato juice, white grape juice or vegetable broth.

    Recipe #288485

    I found the original recipe on cooksrecipes.com Even finicky kitties should love this. I didn't include the time to boil the liver in the cooking time.

    Recipe #288468

    I've been going through my collection of dog food/treat recipes and decided to post this one. I'm afraid I no longer remember where I found this recipe. I haven't made this yet so I'm not sure how many cookies you'll get. The cooking time does not include the time to boil the liver.

    Recipe #288464

    You can dehydrate your own chicken for you dogs at a fraction of the cost of commercial chicken jerky. I found the method on expertvillage.com. Edited to add: Well, here's a great example why you shouldn't make a recipe public until after you've tried it. I've now made the recipe (after it was reviewed and found to be in need of a much longer cooking time) and the instructions have now been corrected. Note: Regarding garlic and dogs: Many dogs enjoy the taste of garlic and it's a natural flea repellent. A small bit of cooked garlic should not be toxic. However, according to the American Animal Hospital Association, raw and spoiled garlic is toxic and potentially fatal to dogs. Consult with your veterinarian before using and use in small quantities.

    Recipe #288344

    This recipe comes from Canadian Living Magazine

    Recipe #288289

    From the back of a package of President's Choice tofu

    Recipe #288117

    Another recipe found in the Toronto Star. The recipe is the creation of Chef Lucia Vespasiani of Ristorante Tremonti. She recommends using high quality tomato sauce, homemade if possible. She also suggests freezing the rinds from parmesan wedges to add to soups for more depth of flavour. If you want some subtle heat, briefly immerse a whole hot pepper in the soup. The pepper should be slit and not diced. If you use canned beans the tomato sauce should be reduced to 1/2 cup, the wine to a splash and the water to 7 cups and the whole should then be simmered for only 30 minutes and a 19 oz can of rinsed, drained romano beans should be added at the end.

    Recipe #288030

    My friend and coworker used to bring these spring rolls to potluck lunches where they were inhaled by everyone. They are so delicious! The number of egg rolls this recipe makes is an estimate. The preparation and frying times depend on how quickly you can make the spring rolls and how many you're frying at that time. The spring rolls can be made ahead of time, frozen and cooked when you need them.

    Recipe #287941

    I found the original recipe on the Better Homes & Gardens web site

    Recipe #287838

    If you're looking for a wonderfully rich chocolate dessert, look no further. This recipe comes from Cordon Bleu Minibooks Souffle Recipes Booklet published way back in 1970. Cooking time includes refrigeration time.

    Recipe #287164

    This wonderful, tradional recipe from 'Scottish Teatime Recipes'

    Recipe #287045

    From The Vegetarian 5 Ingredient Gourmet by Nava Atlas

    Recipe #286293

    This wonderfully simple recipe comes from 'The Vegetarian 5 Ingredient Gourmet' by Nava Atlas.

    Recipe #286290

    Here's a lighter version of Crème Fraiche for those of us who are watching calories From www.compliments.ca

    Recipe #286237

    A simple and delicious beef pot pie made from scratch. All you have to do is mix and bake. This recipe comes from www.breadworld.com

    Recipe #286229

    This is a wonderful vegetarian appetizer from www.compliments.ca Moroccan Spice Blend recipes can be found on Recipezaar if you can't find it in your grocery. Sobey's in Canada sells it.

    Recipe #286188

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