Let’s cook! HALLOWEEN STYLE ( The pumpkin pooch bites contain peanuts! )

CREEPY CAT COOKIES


What you’ll need:

*1/4 ( one-quarter ) cup of warm milk

*5 tablespoons of grated Parmesan cheese

*3 tablespoons of margarine

*1 tablespoon of cod liver oil

* 1 cup of white flour

* 1/4 ( one-quarter ) cup of soy flour

YOU WILL NEED CAT SHAPED COOKIE CUTTERS!!!

Method:

Preheat oven to 148.89 °C or 300 °F. Combine ( mix together ) the water, cheese, margarine and oil then add the flour. Roll the dough 0.635cm or 0.25 inches thick and cut it with the spooky-shaped cat cookie cutter. Bake these cookies on a non-sticky cookie tray for 20-25 minutes.

NOW YOU CAN ENJOY YOUR COOKIES PLAIN OR WITH ANY TOPPINGS YOU CHOOSE!!!

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PUMPKIN POOCH BITES


WHAT YOU’LL NEED :

*2 1/2 ( 2 and a half ) cups of whole wheat flour

*1/2 ( half ) a cup of fresh or canned pumpkin

*1/2 ( half ) a cup of peanut butter

*1 teaspoon of baking powder

*2 teaspoons of cinnamon

*1/2 ( half ) a cup of water

YOU WILL NEED DOG SHAPED ( OR DOG BONE SHAPED ) COOKIE CUTTERS!!! 

METHOD :

Preheat  oven to 176.6667ºC /350ºF. In a bowl, whisk together the flour, pumpkin, peanut butter, cinnamon, and baking powder. Add water as needed, but the dough should be a little stiff and dry. Roll the dough until it’s 1.2cm /half an inch thick and cut them with the cookie cutters. Then bake the cookies for about 40 minutes in the oven.

THEN EAT THE COOKIES WITH TOPPINGS OF YOUR CHOICE!!!

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Loganville, Georgia

When 5-year-old Alida

takes her turn on the slide, the next in line isn’t another kid. It’s her service dog, Mr. Gibbs. The goldendoodle, a cross between a golden retriever and a poodle, carries the oxygen tanks connected to the tubes that help Alida breathe. msnbc_vps_young_girl_alive_by_carrying_her_oxygen

Alida was diagnosed with disease that makes it hard for her to breathe. To keep her lungs healthier, she needs to receive extra oxygen for all but one hour a day. At first her dad, Aron, built rolling carts of oxygen for her to pull while she crawled. But when Alida began walking, her parents wanted her to be able to play without having to drag around a tank. They decided to try a service dog. wpid-article-1331756996870-12296225000005dc-598812_636x338

“The first time Mr. Gibbs came over, he was this big, furry mess,” her dad says. “But Alida played with him and laughed a lot. We could tell that there was a connection.”

Mr.Gibbs takes his job very seriously and is very protective of Alida.And to Alida, Mr.Gibbs doesn’t just help her breathe-he’s her best friend!!!!!!

This will literally melt your heart. It is adorable,heart warming and and sad al at the same time. It makes you want to go to Longanville and give her a big hug. I know just reading about this story made me want to cry.

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7 cool animal facts about Hawaii

1. The Hawaiian name for the state’s native Monk Seal translates to: “Dog running in the rough seas.”Unknown-1 2. Found only in Hawaii, Apapanes can sing at least ten different songs. 3. About 5,200 Hawksbill Sea Turtles hatch on Hawaii’s shores each year. 4.Hawaii is home to at least 18 species of insect-eating caterpillars. 5.Around 40 shark species inhabit the waters of Hawaii. 6.Each Autumn and Winter about 12,000 Humpback Whales, migrate 3,000 miles from Alaska to Hawaii. 7.The abdomen of one Hawaiian spider species resembles a smiling face.Unknown-2

Beetroot and Jerusalem Artichoke Boulangere {Gratin}

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beetroot-jerusalem-artichoke-gratin-boulangere food to glowPotatoes get more than their fair share of love. While not disliking potatoes, my grown up palate prefers other vegetables to this white, perfectly pleasant tuber.

I do persist in buying potatoes – keeping them cool and dark like one is supposed to – but more often than not these are the vegetables that grow eyes, eyes that plead “don’t throw me on the compost pile. Just scrape off the green and we are fine to eat.” They are lying of course. My poor husband, for whom mashed potato would be his desert island dish, usually has to get his potato lust sated elsewhere. What can I say?

Don’t get me wrong, I am not immune to the charms of the triple cooked chip, or the lure of softly creamy, garlic-scented dauphinoise. But mostly I am happy with other tubers and roots, and also to the grains and pseudo grains that…

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