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Dog-Gone Good Cuisine book review and giveaway

So, it might not come as a surprise to most of you, but I’m not a big fan of cooking. Assembling, yes. Cooking, no. I love food, and I really strive to eat healthy, wholesome meals. It’s just the time and effort (and, quite frankly, the cleanup!) that deters me. And while I would love to prepare more meals for my pups, that’s just even more effort! (Other than scooping in some yogurt or steamed veggies, of course.)

Enter: Dog-Gone Good Cuisine!

This cookbook is designed to provide fabulous, healthy recipes for people and dogs in one!

Dog-Gone Good Cuisine book review and giveaway

The book opens with some how-to and resource information, like what equipment you need and what ingredients to have on hand that are both human- and canine-approved. The recipes start with breakfasts, but include everything from appetizers and soups, to tons of proteins, and even includes sides, desserts, and juice! The end is a section for pup-only recipes (like raw and jerky).

There are even a bunch of meat-free options (hello, Twice-Baked Broccoli Asparagus Souffles!) and allergy-friendly options. I started tabbing all the recipes I wanted to try but quickly realized I was tabbing pretty much the entire cookbook. So, we’re going to work through it but jumping around to hit the different sections and proteins. And the Pears with Raspberry Sauce is up next, and I’m drooling already!

I seriously love this concept – cooking for us and the boys simultaneously. I can already predict: This cookbook is going to get more use than any of the others on our shelf!

And, thanks to the generosity of St. Martin’s Press, you have a chance to win a copy!

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5 Comments

    1. YES! Many, actually! Plus, a lot of the protein recipes are for options like lamb and fish, which he’s okay with. Such a joy to find!

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  1. I cook for my dogs rarely, but I would love to do it more. Now if I could cook for all of us at the same time, then it might happen more often!

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  2. I love to cook but I’m not a fan of cook books. I love doing things my way. I cook meals edible for humans and share a few to my dog and cats. I have read about the foods not to feed our pets especially dogs and there were tons. Like how garlic and onion are toxic to them. I never knew. I might need to hit a friendly cookbook for our pets. I’ll take your recommendation. I’ll try out this cook book.

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