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Dog-Gone Good Cuisine: Recipes for You AND Your Dog (Book Review)

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If you’ve ever thought about cooking a meal to share with your pooch but didn’t know where to start, or worry about what foods are healthy, then you’ll want to check out this new cookbook hitting the store shelves (and Amazon) this week! In Dog-Gone Good Cuisine certified nutritionist and chef Gayle Pruitt demonstrates how to cook healthy and delicious dishes for dogs and humans alike. She’s included over 100 corn, sugar, soy, and gluten free recipes, for mouthwatering meals you can make for your family AND fur kids, too!

This is NOT a cookbook of how to make plain-old dog food or your typical dog treats. This is food that will make your mouth water! Since receiving our review copy and checking it out, some of the recipes I’ve bookmarked already include:

  • Minty Fruit Roll-Ups
  • Roasted Root Vegetables
  • Salmon Florentine
  • Pears with Raspberry Sauce
  • Cream of Cinderella Pumpkin Soup

How fun would it be to throw a dinner party for your favorite furry pals and their humans at the same time!?! I love that this book not only includes loads of great recipes, but also that the author shares info on cooking techniques, a list of herbs and spices that are safe for dogs, and other helpful tips and resources. There’s also a section on canine-only raw food and making your own jerky. That caught my eye because of all the concerns over the safety of some of the commercially produced pet jerky. What a great way to save money and feel good about what you’re giving your dog by making it yourself! You’ll also find several special juicing recipes for different health conditions.

Dog-Gone Good Cuisine is available in bookstores and at Amazon.com in both paperback and Kindle editions.

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  1. LOVE the cover. Fruit roll up are great and never thought adding mint to it. Happy Tasty Tuesday. Don’t forget to add this post on the TT hop. Golden Woofs

  2. OK…that is the coolest idea for a book ever!  If it includes cooking recipes and not just “baking” recipes (Ma doesn’t do desserts) then this would be a perfect book for my house!
    Happy Tuesday,
    Oz

  3. What a great book idea! Mom is always taking out pieces of cooked meat or my favorite veggies before she adds anything I can’t have so having recipes that I could eat too would be great!

  4. That would be fun to have a nice homemade dinner sometime! We usually just bake snacks.

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