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Ham Upside-Down Casserole
 Ham Upside-Down CasseroleMakes 4 servingsWhile driving across country with my three friends after graduating high school, we spenttwo wonderful days in Pennsylvania Dutch country, where they have wonderful farmers’markets. I was so taken ...
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Banditís Beef Casserole
 Bandit’s Beef CasseroleMakes 6 servingsMy good friend and dog trainer, Mary E. Disney (yes, a real Disney, second cousin onceremoved, as she always replies when asked) has a dog named Bandit who is one of the funniestdogs I know. Bandit i ...
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Tasty Tuna Casserole
  Tasty Tuna CasseroleMakes 4 servingsWhen it comes to tuna, the dog does not come to mind first. But just like cats, many dogslove tuna. Tuna is a great source of protein, B vitamins, omega-3 fatty acids, and severalminerals, like potassiu ...
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Cordon Bleu with a Simple Twist
 Cordon Bleu with a Simple TwistMakes 8 to 10 servingsWhen I was in cooking school, Chicken Cordon Bleu was one of our first test recipes, and italways stuck with me. Here is my version for dogs. At holiday time, I find that I have a lot oflefto ...
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Lamb Kibble
 Lamb KibbleMakes 20 to 30 servingsIn the United States, lamb was originally introduced as a substitute for beef or chicken,often combined with rice, for dogs with allergies. The use of a previously unfed protein ishow veterinarians typically de ...
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Pumpkin and Veggie Kibble
  Pumpkin and Veggie Kibble Makes 20 to 30 servings Pumpkin is one of my boys’ favorite veggies, and I have the late Governor to thank. A few years back, while I was working on another cookbook, Governor was my main taste tester. Wh ...
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Kaptinís Krunchy Kibble
  Makes 20 to 30 servings  This is my basic kibble recipe. I keep the first 8 cups in a sealed container in the refrigerator and freeze the rest in vacuum-sealed food storage bags. With the vacuum-sealed food storage system, you can tak ...
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Adding Home-Cooked Meals to Your Petís Diet
 Adding Home-Cooked Meals to Your Pet’s DietWhen considering home cooking for your pets, it is very important that you consult your pet’s veterinarian—just as you would consult your doctor before changing your own diet. Even th ...
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