Friday, November 22, 2019

Square Dog Friday. . . RAIN !


RAIN !
Tucson is gettin the winter rains early. Not complaining
we need the rain.
What I have always liked about the winter rains is a few days of rain 
several days of sun just right.
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 Rain and clouds.

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 nice tall person who feeds us gave us a treat today..... carrrrrots 
we be lovin them
 gud


 agatha be silly



 iwinston on security detail
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For all who asked here is the recipe.


If I was cooking for a group for Brunch I would make this. 
I made the whole dish and saved some for later and although it was not as fluffy 
as the first day it was wonderful.
One day I had it on a bagel with tomato, chili's and cheese for dinner ! 
Had it chopped up on a salad for lunch also. 
For me this is a big help so quick and easy.
I used to make the posh version of this with cubed Brioche or Sourdough, sausage, cheese  
or jam soak overnight with a egg custard and bake the next morning. So very tasty but this is 
quicker and less calories.
Hope you like this. For me it is nice to be able to have some fast food that is good.
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cheers,  parsnip

23 comments:

  1. Hi, Gayle!

    I'm happy that you are getting winter rains early. Your lawn looks so lush and green it almost hurts my eyes. Central Florida is enjoying delightfully cooler weather.

    I can almost hear the crunching sound as your gud dugs clamp their jaws around those carrots. That dish you prepared look delish. I will show it to Mrs. Shady and ask her to make it for us.

    I hope you are feeling better this week, dear friend Gayle. Have a wonderful weekend!

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    1. The egg dish is really great for me. Helps out alot.

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  2. Such cuties. Looks like the carrots appealed to them.

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  3. I love the carrot!
    Our pups love carrots.
    Love the rainy days too.
    And, that you found an excellent egg bake.

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  4. Oh those views and those pooches. I think I saw something called a recipe. But I don’t speak that language.

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    1. Yes recipe is gud but it is OK not to read it !

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  5. Thanks for the recipe. Cottage cheese is an ingredient I don't use enough of!

    My dogs like carrots too. I miss having a pack member that's good at vacuuming up the crumbs. All those little flecks of orange on the rug...

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    1. Agatha eats every crumb. That what happens when your first four years of life you maybe didn't get enough to eat.

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  6. Tess would totally ignore a carrot if I gave it to her. Do they both eat them? I am sure they are very good for their teeth.
    That cheesy bake looks divine.

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    1. All my gud dugs love carrots. I started them on carrots when they were teething. Nice and crunchy and tasty.

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  7. It’s rainy here today, too. Sounds like Winston and Agatha enjoyed yummy carrots :-) Love the photo of Agatha with her cute tongue!
    Thank you for the recipe. It does simple and easy, and yummy!

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  8. There are times that I enjoy cooking, although I’d rather bake, but more times lately, I’d rather quick, easy, and very little clean up.

    Rain is usually appreciated if it is followed by sun.

    The square dogs are looking gud.

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    1. I just do not have the energy to cook or bake. this egg dish is easy and quick.

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  9. Your pictures are lovely as always! I have never seen dogs chew on carrots - that's a healthy chew toy for them. Both gud dugs are looking great!

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    1. All my gud dugs love carrots especially puppy teething !

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  10. I'm envious of your lush green lawn. Ours is fading fast. Glad your dogs enjoyed their carrots :)

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    1. Winter grass. It was seeded about a month ago. The small grass patch is for the naughty gud dugs. Plus where I live a little green goes a long way to make us smile.

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  11. Many thanks for the recipe, and many thanks for all the lovely photographs.
    Love that the dogs like carrots :)

    All the best Jan

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