Kingston’S Kitchen - Karin Samantha Horn Roseman & Monika S. Philips

Kingston’S Kitchen

By Karin Samantha Horn Roseman & Monika S. Philips

  • Release Date - Published: 2015-02-27
  • Book Genre: Cookbooks, Food & Wine
  • Author: Karin Samantha Horn Roseman & Monika S. Philips
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When it comes to spoiling you dog, nothing beats great cuisine. Karin Samantha Horn Roseman and Monika S. Phillips have been cooking for their dogs for more than twenty years. Together they share their favorite pup recipes including stories that inspired the recipes. Named after one of Karins Great Danes, the cookbook includes recipes inspired and named after all of the family pets including: Ernies Amazing Pumpkin: a quick and easy recipe that includes pure pumpkin thats great for the tummy and easily digested. Kingstons Hidden Veggies: Cauliflower, sweet potato, green zucchini and yellow squash mixed in with cubed beef liver. Even if your pooch doesnt want to eat healthy, he or she wont be able to resist the smell of the liver that overpowers the veggies. Abbys Old Fashioned Steak and Potatoes: Cubed organic beef works best. Throw in some potatoes and bite-sized carrots and you have a healthy and hearty meal. More than a dozen recipesall based on wholesome, organic, and thoughtful eatingwill please the entire family. Youll be delighted with Kingstons Kitchen!

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