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Oct 30 10 9:57 AM
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I picked up a green tennis ball. That makes two dog toys, which is all I need.And my search continues for green dog biscuits that I will actually eat (I've eaten them before - some aren't half bad). And I can cook my own, of course. I envision creating a box of "G'Nuggets" with custom artwork and everything.Green (ring-generated) rolled up newspaper? Hmmm....
Oct 31 10 9:49 PM
Chris Visser wrote:
Make the box yourself and ask the Nitestars for their GL cookie recipe :)
Nov 1 10 8:39 AM
SkrullLantern wrote:Alright -- I am just clogging up this thread. But I found (and have already slightly modified) these two recipes for dog biscuits and - once again - want them close at hand:G'Nuggets for Late G'Night G'Noshing(after "Humane Society Recipe" from the Peninsula Humane Society, San Mateo, CA)1/2 cup cornmeal6 tbsp oil2 cups whole wheat flour2/3 cup water or brothGreen food coloring (only enough to tint the dough)Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Mix all ingredients together well. Roll out dough to 1/4 inch thick. Cut into desired shapes with cookie cutter. Bake 35-40 minutes, let cool and store in tightly sealed container.G'Norts G'Nummy G'Nibbles(after "People and Dog Biscuits")2 cups flour1 cup rye flour1/2 cup corn meal1 cup cracked wheat1/4 cup dry milk2 tsp salt1 envelope active dry yeast1/4 cup very warm water2 cups chicken broth or other liquid (i.e. broth from cooking vegetables)1 large egg, beaten w/ 1 tsp milkGreen food coloring (only enough to tint the dough)This recipe is for people AND dogs! Mix together the flours, cracked wheat, corn meal, dry milk and salt in large bowl. Sprinkle yeast over warm water and stir in small bowl. Add yeast, food coloriong and broth to dry ingredients. Mix well with hands -- dough should be VERY stiff. Roll out dough on floured surface to 1/4" thickness and cut into desired shape(s). Place on ungreased cookie sheets and brush with egg/milk mixture. Bake 45 minutes at 300 degrees. Turn off oven and allow biscuits to sit in oven overnight.
Nov 1 10 9:42 AM
I have also made them from spent beer grains using an egg and peanut butter. If you want me to mail you some, send me a message. They are basically just funky-looking cookies that I make into dog-biscuit shapes. Dogs go NUTS over them, and they taste decent for people too.
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Nov 1 10 3:22 PM
With it being Halloween I'm sure you can find a bone shaped cookie cutter out there right now!
Nov 1 10 3:36 PM
Nov 2 10 4:40 AM
SkrullLantern wrote:Chris Visser wrote:
Make the box yourself and ask the Nitestars for their GL cookie recipe :)I plan to make both the box AND the dog biscuits myself. You know, I happen to be an excellent cook, and can manipulate just about any recipe to taste exactly the way I want it... I will be making a test batch of these real soon and report back...
Nov 3 10 2:59 PM
Chris Visser wrote:
Yeah!!! That's bitchin!!! LOL
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The boldface orange titles are ones I already own...
The boldface blue titles are those I do not have --
The boldface red titles are NEW entries that need to be investigated --
--- Animated Appearances:Batman: The Brave and the Bold animated series, season 1,
episode 10 (6 February 2009): "The Eyes of Despero"Batman: The Brave and the Bold animated series, season 2, episode
3 (1 January 2010): "Revenge of the Reach!" [non-speaking
--- Action Figures:
(Green Lantern Corps): G'Nort #001
(Justice League International
Series 1): G'Nort 6" action figure
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