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Cooking for Dogs and Vegetarians

 
Mar. 1, 2010 1:11 pm 
Updated: Mar. 3, 2010 8:08 pm
Here is what I cooked for two different meals and just added appropriate sides. I included one fish dish since I am gradually getting my vegetarian back over to the omnivorous side by encouraging him to eat fish (or as he likes to say “a stupid animal”): Fresh Lomi Lomi Tuna 1 1/4 Pounds… MORE
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bronxdog

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Bronx, New York, USA
Living In
Oxnard, California, USA

Member Since
Nov. 2008

Cooking Level
Intermediate

Cooking Interests
Asian, Mexican, Indian, Italian, Nouvelle, Healthy, Vegetarian

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About Me
Single mom, chihuahua fanatic, physician. Transplanted New Yorker living in SoCal post divorce and stayed for my son and the weather.
My favorite things to cook
Uh...hum....It used to be Arroz con Pollo. Things changed over time when I moved to SoCal and the only way to get Puerto Rican spices was by mail order from Goya and later my son became a vegetarian. So for myself, I really only like to "cook" sashimi and sushi. For others, I'm willing to try anything as long as I'm allowed to use garlic.
My favorite family cooking traditions
"Sniff"....."sigh"......the Thanksgiving turkey and the Christmas pig....."sigh." Now grayed ghosts of the past that come back to haunt me on the holidays as I stare at the Tofurkey Roast and realize that it never really was about the garlic mashed potatoes anyway.
My cooking triumphs
Beating vegetables into submission (making anything taste like meat).
My cooking tragedies
Burning hard boiled eggs.
 
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