Bodeen’s Peanut Butter Dog Biscuits

We all love to spoil our little nuggets, thats for sure. And what better time to do that than the holidays?! Here is a dog treat recipe that I am dying to try for my pups! Paula Deen’s recipe for Bodeen’s Peanut Butter Dog Biscuits look so good I might eat them myself.

Bodeen's Peanut Butter Dog Biscuits by Paula Deen

Ingredients:
3/4 cup nonfat Milk
1 Egg
1 cup Peanut Butter, smooth
2 1/4 to 2 1/2 cups Whole Wheat Flour
1 tablespoon Baking Powder

Directions:
In a large mixing bowl, whisk together the milk, egg and peanut butter. Add in the flour and baking powder to make a very stiff dough, using your hands to work in the last of the flour if necessary. (Paula’s note: as a general rule, most homemade dog biscuits do well with 1 part liquid to 3 parts dry. You can customize the recipe by adding and subtracting ingredients your dog likes.)
Flour a work surface and roll out dough to a 1/4” thickness. Cut into desired sizes depending on the size of your dog. Bake on a parchment lined baking tray for approximately 20 minutes. Turn biscuits over and bake for an additional 15 minutes. Remove from oven and allow to cool completely before storing in an airtight container. Bodine’s Dog Biscuits can also be stored in the freezer for up to 3 months.

link PAULA DEEN

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Tanya Aguiñiga

Stunningly fresh, very simple and functional work by Los Angeles based furniture designer/maker Tanya Aguiñiga. She grew up in Mexico and her designs reflect a celebration of both cultures in a very smart modern style.
I would love, love, love to pack any of these designs and head to the horse show:

Tanya Aguiniga

Forest Roll

Tanya Aguiniga

Seating Trays

Tanya Aguiniga

Impression Stools

And these for the house:

Tanya Aguiniga

Hole Table

Tanya Aguiniga

Embrace Lounge

link: TANYA AGUINIGA

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Sakir Gökçebag

These photo projects by Turkish artist Sakir Gökçebag are fantastic! He skillfully arranges and manipulates fruit into these visually dynamic geometric shapes and patterns. My favorite are his apple pieces but his other fruits are equally great. His other works include installations using umbrellas, toilet paper, shoes and various other materials. My horse and I would love to go to one of his exhibits.

Apples Series:

?akir Gökçeba? Exhibit

Sakir Gökçebag Exhibit

A03, C Print by ?akir Gökçeba?

A03, C Print. 2007 Ed.

A10, C Print by ?akir Gökçeba?

A10, C Print. 2007 Ed.

A12, C Print by ?akir Gökçeba?

A12, C Print. 2007 Ed.

A02, C Print by ?akir Gökçeba?

A02, C Print. 2007 Ed.

Apple Peach Series:

AP13, C Print by ?akir Gökçeba?

AP13, C Print. 2010 Ed.

AP16, C Print by ?akir Gökçeba?

AP16, C Print. 2010 Ed.

link SAKIR GÖKÇEBAG

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Yas-Ming ceramics

Sweet collaboration between two talented girls bring to life these whimsical ceramic creations in their Kent studio in Britain. All YAS-MING products are completely designed and handmade by Ming Wai Sun and Yasmin Dilekkaya. Their process involves slip casting, press moulding and hand building techniques. Such clever use of names for each collection – Rawr, Moo, Oink and Squeak – just makes me want one of each even more.

 

yas-min ceramics - rawr

RAWR– Animal bowls

 

yas-ming ceramics - moo

MOO – Large animal cups

 

yas-ming ceramics - oink

OINK – Dipping Dish

 

yas-ming ceramics - squeak

SQUEAK – Small Animal Dish
Animal heads carefully attached to cute bodies standing on the edge of small fancy dishes.

 

yas-ming ceramics

LINK: Yas-Ming Ceramics

 

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So hungry, I could eat a horse

It is not easy to guesstimate how much pasta to throw in the pot, especially when you are starving! Without fail, I prepare excessive amounts and end up having spaghetti for lunch for quite a few days.
The SPAGHETTI MEASURING TOOL would come in very handy, it shows the appropriate portions for a child, an adult and a horse (family).

so hungry

eat a horse

Made by Stefán Pétur Sólveigarson in Iceland. Sold by Reykjavik Corner Store, a nice art and design store that offers a carefully selected variety of products from emerging designers and artists.

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