Surf n turf
>Fed and Funned on 8/24, Wednesday.
Surf ‘n’ turf breakfast for a fuzzy Pancakes! Someone needs some zinc without too much copper to balance out from last week’s livers, so oysters it is. Breakfast eye Off to pick some ready tomatoes and cucumbers and also checking for mushrooms! We were lucky to have access to crazy chanterelles again this year but they’re reaching the end of the season. I always make a point of taking Mushroomigan pictures, so here is the only . . .
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something I would eat Fed on 8/23, Tuesday. This is a breakfast I would eat! Cottage cheese, egg, ground flax seeds, kefir, veggie mix. Maybe not the veggie mix (because of the sandy eggshells—I ate it once) and I’d have the egg separately, but I’d eat everything else. Breakfast face We went on a short walk at Baker Park. The pavement was almost hot, but I couldn’t get MP to walk in the grassy part on the side without having to ask her . . .
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Breakfast of six legs Fed on 8/22, Monday. Breakfast is a bunch of stuff in a bowl. There’s beef, chicken, egg, veggies, and some supplements. So exciting! Gimme More gimme What’s even more exciting is that I found proof that there is a very large creature(s) that lives in the suburbs who really likes lemonade. This is a lemon juice squeezer truck hired for this specific reason. I actually saw another one on the same highway, so I think they are having . . .
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Fed on 8/21, Sunday. This looks like just some weird green soup with a yellow ball some neighbor hamster kicked in, but there’s almost a cup of cottage cheese on the bottom. It’s green because of the liquid chlorophyll, and the other yellowish bits are ground flax seeds. Totally normal dog food. Dinner is a beef bowl with a little bit of chicken bits. I like her dinner face very much. Cottage cheese on bottom Big breakfast eyes Beef and other bits . . .
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Fed on 8/20, Saturday. BowlMovies Weekend Movies! This one is an olde tymey bowl face movie. It’s a cycle of life in a bowl breakfast! This is the last of this batch of chicken neck soup. Many bird necks went down a Pancake dog neck. Dinner is a beef mush with some kefir. It’s just store-bought kefir because I haven’t been able to deal with procuring fresh milk since I have to drive like an hour to get it. Chicken and egg in a . . .
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Fed on 8/19, Friday. It was not Fish Fry Fridays at the Pancake house. She had chicken neck soup for breakfast, and a big bowl of hearts for dinner. Bowl full of hearts Heart eyes Chicken neck breakfast Chicken neck tail Look what I got in the mail today! Someone got me a scream shirt Colleen and her hubs Jon got me a shirt that has screams (aka ice cream) on it!!! It’s because I used to . . .
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Fed on 8/18, Thursday. No beef today. MP had oatmealed egg for breakfast, and a blue bowl party of bird necks and their friends for dinner. I know this has nothing to do with dogs or dog food, but I want to share with you all that I shipped a small package to my parents in Tokyo on this day, and I had to use some expensive ass option because the last package I mailed to a friend in Tokyo using the normal class GOT LOST. I . . .
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[Hump Fun] Epi Baguette Pancakes. . . .
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Fed on 8/17, Wednesday. MP gets more beef! At this rate, I may not have to go get a new freezer, which seems to be an appliance against which there is just no winning. All of them seem just full of woes and the only good thing is that they break and die quicker than anyone expects, ending all the problems. Now I have to decide if I should get the dumb warranty thing: Hey, pay more to buy the piece of shit we made because once . . .
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Fed on 8/16, Tuesday. Tuesday mornings are perfect for livers and colostrum! I cooked this liver because it’d been a couple days since it thawed. It’s always kind of weird cooking liver for MP because I just throw it in a pan with the blood and everything, which totally gets coagulated and stuck on my All-Clad fry pan. It comes off OK if I soak it, but it looks like it won’t, every time. This (heated blood thing) is also the reason why I think my Mac Book . . .
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Fed on 8/15, Monday. This particular Monday was one of those that feels like a Sunday! I had pulled out a foil package of big beef heart the night before, so that’s what she got for breakfast. I picture her heart getting stronger when I give her hearts! Dinner was a nice hunk of sprouted tofu with eggs. This kind came in a split package, which I liked lots! Half of the tofu I usually think portion-sized packaging is wasteful and pretty much deplorable, but this . . .
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Mahi mahi morning Fed and done on 8/14, Sunday. I noticed that I hadn’t finished my little tuna steak from a couple nights ago—it needed to be eaten by a certain brown dog. This was the first tuna of any kind I’ve bought or eaten in I don’t know how long—five years? It’s just a little mahi mahi so no one will die immediately from mercury poisoning or ocean ruining. I made it for a friend who came over to tune my piano and it was a . . .
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