This week's meal plans:
Breakfast: Cream cheese squares (made with Pumpkin Cream Cheese), That same pumpkin cream cheese on some English Muffins, Apple cinnamon muffins, apple cinnamon pancakes (trick is it is the same exact mix, only one gets baked in a muffin tin while the other gets poured in a pan), Toast w/ apple butter (because I am still not sick of it)
Cream cheese squares:
Dinner: Rice w/ peas and Parmesan cheese (it rhymes, and is super cheap and easy to make), Cheesy Zucchini bake, Apple Butter Meatballs, Grilled cheese and baked beans
As per usual, lunch is normally dinner or breakfast leftovers, or I'll make a dinner dish at lunch time and have leftovers for dinner.
A few lure coursing pictures
Getting ready to let Pallo loose
Pallo loves lure coursing
Koira loves it too, but is so fast she is super hard to get pictures of her
This is after her run. She went to the lure, ripped the bag off, then ran back to me with it.
The Week's Menu of Raw Feeding for the Dogs and Cat:
Monday: Deer bones, beef scrap (to meat out the otherwise bone-heavy meal)
Tuesday: Pork kidney, spleen
Wednesday: Beef scrap (frozen in a Kong to make it more difficult and stimulating to eat)
Thursday: Chicken quarters
Friday: Pork roast
Saturday: Beef scrap
Sunday: Deer bones, beef scrap (or organs)
I got a bag of deer bones for free this week, from a person who knows a person who butchers deer for his friends. The bones still have a bit of meat on them, tendons, connective tissues, and more, all of which is great mental and physical workouts to eat and is a great natural source of glucosamine for the dogs. However, I need to add beef scrap and feed boneless meals before and afterwards, otherwise it is way too much bone. Even so, I only have about two weeks worth of deer bones at the most, so hoping I'll be able to get some more, maybe even some meatier ones like necks!
As usual, for more recipe and meal planning ideas, please visit I'm an Organizing Junkie and StoneGable.