Chicken Gizzard Stew

Chicken Gizzard Stew

This is an easy stew you can throw together in a few hours.  Even easier is to throw it all in your crock pot, plug it in, and come back later to a fully cooked stew.  Sometimes I'll add some leftover shredded chicken meat.  Adding some rice or pasta can help stretch out the meals.

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Chicken Quinoa & Kale

Chicken Quinoa & Kale

Want a powerhouse meal for your dog that's chock full of beneficial ingredients and flavor? Quinoa, which has a mild, nutty flavor, is often referred to as the mother of all grains. In fact it is not a grain but a seed from a vegetable related to Swiss chard, spinach and beets. Kale is a nutrient dense leafy green containing beta carotene, calcium, vitamin C, vitamin K, and lutein.

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Gummy Paws

Gummy Paws

I love to eat Gummy Bears. Doug prefers the sour Gummy Bears.  Kirby wants to eat Gummy Bears but we can't share because they aren't safe for dogs since they contain sugar, glucose syrup, food coloring, and may contain xylitol known to be toxic for dogs.

Now he can have his very own safe Gummy Paws (that he doesn't have to share with us). They're easy to make in a variety of flavors. 

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Beef Heart Soup

Beef Heart Soup

Beef heart has been called the poor man's steak (under $3.00 for a 3 lb heart) as it has a burst of extra meaty flavor. Since it’s one of the purest cuts of muscle, it is really dense and tender.  It’s very similar to steak, roasts and ground beef but actually has a higher protein content. 

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