Friday, August 7, 2009

Do I Love Our Dog or What?!?

Last night, I found a dog biscuit recipe at down to earth and immediately had to try it this morning with the best result! Friends had given us this cute dog bone cookie cutter years ago and I thought it would make the perfect dog biscuits. While they were baking, they smelled so good that I wanted to taste them, which would have been just fine as they have excellent ingredients. As it was, I let Winslow be the taste tester and I am happy to report that the recipe met with his full approval.

A couple of afternoons ago, I had to quickly run out and take a picture of the sky as a storm was blowing in. The clouds were so beautiful and roiling!
Right after I snapped the photo, this happened:
video

Later that evening, when I let Winslow out in the yard, I saw this beautiful spiderweb right by the door. Isn't it amazing in its perfection?
Tomorrow, I will have more art for you. And also a recipe soon - we had to use our first poblano peppers the other day and Daniel made the most delicious Mexican dinner for us that I want to share with you all.

Hope you are enjoying your Friday evening!

17 comments:

  1. Hi Silke, good to see you, I've been some sick for the last couple of days now with a infection. But I'm feeling just a lil bit better with the help of some antibiotics. Thanks so much for all your kind words over at my blog, you're always so sweet to me, thank you so much, I really appreciate everything! I'm still having some of a hard time, this nephrostomy bag isn't the easiest thing to get use to. I am walking a lil bit better now though but still waiting to hear from both of the Dr's to see what they're going to be doing next.
    Thanks so much for sending us over to Down to earth's blog, she always has the best things there! I to have a Furry one recipe that all three of my furry ones just love!
    Mutter Butter Peanut Butter Dog Biscuits
    2 T. Oil
    1/2 cup peanut butter
    1 cup water
    2 cup all purpose flour
    1 cup whole wheat flour
    Optional: 1/4 cup sugar
    Preheat oven to 350
    Combine: Oil, peanut butter and water. Add flour one cup at a time, knead into a firm dough. Roll 1/4 in. thick and cut with cookie cutter. Bake 15-20 minutes.
    Your furry one will loveeee these!
    I hope that you have a awesome weekend!
    Hugs...
    Bobbi

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  2. Mother Nature sure is beautiful!

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  3. great photos, silke!! that spider web is amazing!! and those biscuits look awfully good....i wonder if my dog would share with me?!! have a super weekend! :)

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  4. Those biscuits look good! You have one lucky puppy dog!

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  5. Man, that dog eats better than I do! Sure wish I lived in your neighborhood so I could come for dinner at your house.

    Cool spider web photo.

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  6. Silke, Love your photos and video of the downpour! We too are having more than our share of rain!

    I used to make dog biscuits for our dog when she was alive....but yours look ever so much better! What a lucky puppy dog! Bobbi's recipe sounds good too! xo

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  7. got the recipe...cannot wait to try it...we love our pooches too...allright...i have been resting all day today...time to go play...thanks for everything!!

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  8. Winslow is a lucky boy! Those biscuits look quite good. They really do deserve nothing but the very BEST. They bring us so much joy.
    Hugs, Diane

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  9. Winslow is one lucky dog! I never thought I would end up being the kind of person who bakes for her dog, but they have a way of making you do things you never thought you would do, don't they? I baked doggy treats for our Barney and they were so good, I have to confess to having a little nibble myself! If Winslow fancies a change, check out my recipe for Doggy Breath Bones - I hope he likes them as much as Barney does. Beautiful pictures Silke.

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  10. What a fun round up of pics, Silke! I don't have a dog to bake for but they look good enough for us humans too!

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  11. Oh, boy! This is Winslow typing with two paws... I am so excited about your dog-friendly comments AND the other recipes you are suggesting to my human. My motto is "The more biscuits the better!"

    Bobbi, I send you a big doggie kiss for a quick recovery. And to all of you, come on by to share a biscuit with me...

    Woof, woof! Winslow

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  12. What a spoiled puppy your Winslow is! I love the photo of the spider web. Hope you are having a good day.

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  13. What a lovely treat for your dog, is he in heaven or what! That is so weet of you, cooking for him! :)
    I loved the raining video! OMG!
    Xoxo! Moni.

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  14. First time on your blog, after blog hopping. Instant connection! I am constanlty snapping pictures of clouds, & I love love love rain storms! I had once started a blog titled Metamorphosis, but then found another that just grew inside of me. Looking forward to anther's "life insights"!

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  15. Those dog biscuits sure do look good enough to eat!! What a lucky dog. Greta storm cloud picture too xxx

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  16. Hello Winslow!

    This is Beau, Angela is my human. You sure eat well down there in Savannah! You are one lucky dog. I tried to get my human to look at the doggy biscuit recipe, but she was too busy oohing and aahing over the cloud picture, storm video and picture of the spider web. I just don't get it. . .

    Woof,
    Beau

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  17. Oh our mom just told us that you posted to us today, so...this is to you Winslow, we all feel you're so right "The more biscuits the better!" Plus we know that our human would say that you're more then welcome to stop in any time for biscuits to, we'd loveee to have you!
    Our human said to tell you thank you!
    Woof Woof with love...Rocky, Sweet Pea and Lily

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