It's overcast, snowing and a very nice day. Love this kind of cold because it doesn't hurt, says the indoor baker with nowhere to be.
At any rate, here are the knuckles I just finished for the pups. I can't stand the smell of them in my oven, so I grill these babies outside, in a big heavy cast iron. Before that, I roasted them in a foil-lined hog pan, but decided to use the hog pan as a toy bucket.
Below are the finished knuckles and marrow bones. Far less expensive than Tractor Supply (or overly-priced pet stores). Instead, I make these at home, from local beef.
And that, my Boogerbutts, about wraps it up for me. Back to making my lab allergy-free, which today, is going very flippin' well. I didn't want to be a food allergy writer, but between last night's dairy-free caramel success and this morning, I've counted to ten and made my peace.
I'm gonna play, write, test and rewrite. So take that snot-filled dairy allergy. You can suck it.
BAKE TEMP & TIME: 400F/200C outdoor grill, about 20 minutes, turning half-way through.
GARLIC: Some add garlic to these but it is believed that garlic is toxic for dogs.
NOTE: Fat drippings will clog and harden in sink drains. Use the fat for cooking or properly bin the lard.
QUESTIONS: Just ask or email me.