oatmeal breakfast Fed on 09/16. It’s good to go easy on the bellyguts sometimes. Well, grains aren’t supposed to be as digestible, but I mean more in terms of fats and heavy things. Plus, some minerals are harder to get without grains sometimes. We generally manage with Brazil nuts, oysters, livers, and blueberries, but oatmeal’s got some decent manganese going on. I give MP a meatless meal once in a while, just to sort of let things rest. If I could bring myself to . . .
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Just seeing what you have here Location: Piz house Countersurfing! I know it’s the little table again but work with me. MP is Too Close to Food™! Still eating, ok Juuuuuust seein’ what you guys are up to. This is my TV This is Tee Vee for Em Pee. That’s how I sort of imagine it, anyway. (Not that anyone cares, but that stein of milk does not belong to me.) . . .
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legs Fed on 09/15. Chicken legs for breakfast. This is part of the hoard stash purchased yesterday. She’ll have two this morning. dinnah Back at home for some chicken heart dinner! She gets an egg for the extra calories she burned up while riding the countersurfer rollercoaster of becoming elated and immediately disappointed every time she followed me around hoping for some cake. Can’t have any, MP! I can see youuuu See? She’s pooped. She likes to sleep with . . .
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yesssssss! I promised yesterday that I’ll post about my birthday cake wreck from last year. It is really, really awesome. I know it’s not really about dogs, but the cake is MP-shaped, which makes it OK. I asked for a nice cake from a bakery, but being of the “Dangit, I’ll effin’ make one meeeself!” variety, Piz we decided to go homemade. I actually really wanted this particular cake from a particular bakery, so I was doing the big bird . . .
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guts Fed on 09/14. Dinner is bird guts! It’s duck today. This one came with a very long neck. hahaha Well that looks like something else. Do you like it? Ya! Back teeth chewing. Good job! I like necks for MP because the lil bitty bones aren’t sharp like leg bones. I used to give a lot of chicken necks but they got harder and harder to find at my local co-op because some other . . .
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caaaaake for meeeee Fed on 09/14. It’s chicken leg breakfast! Leeeeeeegs. I got these at the new co-op out in the ‘burbs. These are the same dance lesson chickens we get at my regular co-op, but were only $1.79/lb on sale at this one. Hoarding instinct kicked in and I bought 25 legs. They were prepackaged and I’m just going to throw them in the freezer as-is. Eaaaaaasy! less doo dis Today also happens to be my birthday, so Piz has . . .
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breakfast organs Fed on 09/13. Morning organs! Child seat Chicken hearts, liver, egg, and veggies. These are the lesser eggs (still Montessori) from my buying club. I get to have Mindy’s because I also eat them raw and unlike a certain 8-second eater, I’d notice the difference. more organs for dinner Oops!! It’s same-food-for-breakfast-and-dinner day! Sorry MP… I had to quickly pack up her dinner because we were going to be eating at Piz’s. These lovely hearts come in very convenient little . . .
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liver breakfast Fed on 09/12. Mineral balance time! I was actually hoping to have found some decent canned oysters for her, but none of the stores had the kind that weren’t ‘roided up and ruining the earth. Chicken livers aren’t too high in copper, so that’s what we’ll do for breakfast. Served raw this morning. Speaking of ‘roided up oysters, I saw the largest oysters (as in, WTF) I’ve ever seen at this cute little (for a chain) outdoor fish joint. . . .
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salmon egg Fed on 09/11. I got more salmon cans so she’s having that for breakfast. These can be pretty salty, so I drain the water and sometimes rinse the block of fish. I looked at several kinds and I think the Trader Joe’s kind is the least salty, but only by a tiny bit. They’re all salt bombs, really. I added an ergonomic egg and veggies. Water, too. This is half of one of those tall cone-y shaped cans. Why are they shaped that . . .
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dinosaur plant = best fresh snack Come back! It’s not some boring “beautiful plants in our yard” picture post. It’s gray here and we are bummed out! Here’s something I dug up that I’ve been saving for a dumb day like today. Video! Oh…I think you should either mute or turn down the sound. Apologies in advance. Dinosaur plant! from Nana & Maisy Pancakes on Vimeo. Piz has a plant called the Cup Plant in his yard that MP loooooves to . . .
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chicken yogurt Fed on 09/10. I dumped a little more yogurt than usual, but I really wanted to wash the jar so it’s OK. Today is milk day and I’ll be making more yogurt. So, not having an open clean one makes me kind of nervous. I know you care about my jar situation. This is chicken and chanterelle soup. We had a “Is this for real?” kind of chanterelle season this year. Mushrooms are so awesome. I love them! Since I’m Japanese and all, we . . .
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very close Countersurfing! OK, tablesurfing, but it counts. This is a pretty good one, because not only is she doing it right in front of her humans, she’s not even pretending to be doing something else. She’s also actually being quite pushy. Notice how the human’s knees were bonked over by her big nose. Those eyes. Well, the food has been eaten and now she wants those damn plates! hey guys First, approach the suckerest: Piz. hello hello Lick his fingers until . . .
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