Prelog by Chef Gosselin: In the mid to late 1980’s I had opportunity to make the acquaintance of Eritza Mireya Vallejo Centeno. We lived in Fayetteville NC and we met on Christmas Eve at a party that I threw in my home. Mireya made her eggnog… it was the best I ever tasted. Her and
Now who would make a dog biscuit called a “lasagna” dog biscuit…. Chef Gosselin bakes these and you can have his recipe. There is a healthy nature about the biscuit but the recipe uses pepperoni as a base meat and you should be aware that if your pet is sensitive to that meat, substitute a
If bacon is not dog favorite in my home I do not have the answer to pet treats. Well it is a favorite and the kids love these biscuit bites. I make them infrequently and not every season…but I am returning to my recipe this season to make this a super year of specialty baking.
The desire to make an exciting treat and holiday stocking stuffer for some special four footed furry friends has set me on the path to perfect a series of baked goods I call “Occasional Bake”. Here I make a treat that is full of meats and tasty bites that you would not offer your pet
Panettone is a very special holiday sweet bread. Its origins date from Middle Ages Milan, Italy, and it is very appreciated in Brazil during the Christmas and New year. It is a delicacy special made with natural fermentation which give to it a very delicious texture. There are lots of legends about its history.
300 g all purpose flour 5 Tbsp sugar 1 Tbsp baking powder 1/4 tsp salt 1 egg 4 oz french vanilla liquid creamer (or other flavor) Vegetable oil to fry In a bowl, add all ingredients and whisk very well to make sure everything is well mixed. It have to be a good consistency of
5 medium zucchinis FOR THE FILLING 14 oz (400 g) very lean ground beef 1 cup rice 1 tsp salt 1/2 tsp ground cumin 1/4 tsp ground cinnamon juice of 1 large lemon 1 onion, chopped 3 garlic cloves, chopped 1/2 cup fresh mint 1 cup fresh parsley 1 Tbsp olive oil 1 tsp