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    Quote Originally Posted by GreysAreGreat View Post
    Well, I must say that's an unusual combination, I usually have CHIPS with my schnitzel, but you could try just a little seasoning, maybe a sprinkle of thyme and some oregano.
    Hehe. Let me re-phrase that.

    I am having: Chicken snitzel, vegies and chips with gravy. *Drools*

    And I have decided to treat my dogs today as they did very well on our first off the lead walk at the off leash park today. They did not run off at all! Pipi already knows how to go off lead but Max and Teddy have never been off and today they got that chance and we thought they would try and leave us but nope, not once.

    What could I make the doggies for dinner? What do you guys treat your furkids with?

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    We are cooking BBQ drunken rump & BBQ veal cutlet chops.. mash.. gravy & slow roasted vegies in herb olive oil...

    Floyd is having / had already.... a light meal of raw chicken mince with Sasha's blend sprinkled on top...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aussie Floyd View Post
    We are cooking BBQ drunken rump & BBQ veal cutlet chops.. mash.. gravy & slow roasted vegies in herb olive oil...

    Floyd is having / had already.... a light meal of raw chicken mince with Sasha's blend sprinkled on top...
    Oooh sounds yummy!

    Lucky Floyd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Belle View Post
    Oooh sounds yummy!

    Lucky Floyd.
    Bell...

    Meat is cheap for me to buy..... there's a wholesale country meat butcher in my area/ rural town.. lamb leg, veal, beef, pork roasts any where from $10-14 each, just depends whats on special etc, every day is something new on special.. just drop in & take a chance that what your looking for is on sale prices etc etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aussie Floyd View Post
    Bell...

    Meat is cheap for me to buy..... there's a wholesale country meat butcher in my area/ rural town.. lamb leg, veal, beef, pork roasts any where from $10-14 each, just depends whats on special etc, every day is something new on special.. just drop in & take a chance that what your looking for is on sale prices etc etc
    Lol sorry but, have I done something wrong? I am a bit confused?


    I searched some sites and made this for my dogs tonight:

    The Ingredients for a Divine Doggy Dinner
    The following ingredients will be required for this homemade dog food, which is easily customized to a specific dog's tastes. The ingredient quantities can also be doubled or tripled to provide extra food that can be frozen for meals later in the week.

    •1/2 pound of ground beef, turkey, chicken, or lamb
    •1/4 cup of cooked rice
    •One small potato
    •1/4 cup of green beans
    Preparing and Cooking a Homemade Divine Doggy Dinner
    1.Begin to prepare this homemade dog food dish by cooking the meat, which should be browned in a pan on the stovetop. Once the meat is thoroughly cooked, drain away the fat.
    2.Next, cook the rice. Substitute wild rice instead for added nutrition. Once cooked, add the rice to the cooked meat and set these ingredients aside.
    3.Cut the potato and beans into bite sized pieces and place inside a pot of boiling water. Simmer for 15 to 20 minutes or until the potatoes and beans are tender. Once cooked, drain away the excess water.
    4.Add the potato and beans to the mixture of meat and rice and allow the meal to cool before serving. This recipe will make two medium sized meals.
    I hope this food was alright for them.

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    Whats NOT for breakfast

    I just cooked a frozen Pizza in the oven that I got from Aldi.. Anyway, placed it in Oven with the tray it came with...
    Timer goes off and I open Oven .. Pizza is on rack with a melted tray dripping onto the Oven floor..

    No Pizza for mitte !!!
    http://www.dogforum.com.au/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=577&dateline=12727082  14

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    mmmm melty plastic pizza....delish...

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    tonight I may get the night off, so woot hopefully no cooking dinner for me.

    Just incase though I have lamb hot pot on standby.

    Husband took Daughter to movies just before, (daddy daughter day today awwww)so I cooked the lamb for lunch for Sunny and I, they can have it reheated if they like. But secretly Im hoping he brings home something for dinner lol

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    I'm a bit brand specific so no Aldi for me. The trouble with house brand stuff is they can change supplier when ever they want, and all I know about it is the quality has sudddenly gone down hill.

    Last night for dinner I had red curry with chicken and pumpkin and rice and snow peas...

    fry some onion and chopped chicken (thigh fillet) in a large casserole pot. Add two teaspoons of red curry paste (I like may ploy brand). Add some chopped pumpkin, and coconut milk and cream (tin of each depending). Bring to boil and cook slowly until pumpkin is done. If cook a little longer - pumpkin starts blending with the coconut milk like thai pumpkin soup which is nice too. If you have/like corriander - add some chopped leaves. And might be nice with a dollop of yogurt on top. Serve on rice. With some blanched snow peas (Chop peas into a coffee mug, pour boiling water in, leave 30 seconds, drain, and put on the dinner).

    Eat until you're stuffed.

    I like red curry chicken and I like thai pumpkin soup, so I just kind of cooked both in one pot.

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    that sounds yummy hy, thanks for the recipe

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