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Dill Pickle Soup
This was really good pickle soup, although the flavor was more curryish than pickly. It didn't taste like I expected, but I'm still going to give it five stars because it was stellar. A very very good, creamy, buttery, sort of exotic tasting soup that was freaking fabulous with grilled cheese sandwiches. This might be an even better dipper than the classic tomato soup. My husband and I ate the whole batch in one day. I wish I had some right now. I used fresh and dry dill, and increased the pickle juice just by a couple of tablespoons. I feel like I left the pickle chunks too big so I will be sure to chop them finer next time. Thank you for the recipe!

5 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Oct. 14, 2009
Buddy's and Bubba's Homemade Dog Food
This is a great base recipe. The blue berries are a fantastic idea, I would also add some flax seeds and, if your pet is older, some glucosomine. I would leave out the beans. If you are looking for a dog food recipe because your dog does not respond well to store bought, (ie- skin problems, allergies, etc), you should try leaving out the beef and or chicken and trying alternate protiens like fish or venison. Also the pumpkin contains a LOT of fiber, which is great for a constipated dog, (in fact if your dog is ever constipated a can of pumpkin pie filling should do the trick), so a messier stool may result if you use too much. Also I would be very cautious with the cottage cheese as most dogs are lactose intolerant, but a tiny bit for texture would probably be alright. Thanks for this recipe!!!! One more thing-the fish oil would deffinately be better than olive oil!

51 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Oct. 9, 2009

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