Imagine someone walking around in Drama’s track jacket thing. Pretty funny.
HBO is also auctioning off items like Vinny Chase’s movie scripts, Ari’s office memorabilia, Aquaman costume, Drama’s animated series illustration set, among others. VIEW ALL items and prices HERE
Oh, and this was Piven walking the day after the final episode ever via Brobible:
It’s a dog’s life: Making homemade treats for the animals of the home
The Charleston Gazette (Charleston, WV) May 5, 2004 | Judy Grigoraci I’m going to the dogs (and cat) today, and I’m taking you with me. I know that Mother’s Day is Sunday, and this space would normally be devoted to that grandest of gals. But this also is National Pet Week. see here homemade dog treats
Surely there are some “moms of pets” (I term them “MOPS” for short) out there. This is a tail … er … tale of two such animal lovers – daughter Lisa Dixon and her friend, Jennifer Pell.
I’ve written of them before. In that story, they had made a play date for their Rocky, Chi Chi, Emmie and Ernie. Lisa searched the Web for a doggie luncheon she could prepare, and I told about it, giving the recipes.
They’ve done it again. Except, this time, they added arts and crafts to the afternoon, making memory plaques other pet owners might like to know about. The cost was less than half the price of kits found in catalogs.
And, since this is a food page, recipes haven’t been forgotten. Lisa once again found simple-to-make doggie delights that were an instant hit. I came across the (untested) kitty recipe in Family Fun magazine.
The “bones” are similar to that human party food – cheese straws. And on first glance, the fork-embossed cookie could be mistaken for that all-time peanut butter favorite.
“Each of them loved the food,” Lisa said of the afternoon playgroup. “Rocky went wild over the batter before anything was cooked. He probably smelled the raw ingredients.” Lisa took the plaque idea that was illustrated online and gathered her own cost-efficient supplies. The unstained plaques were 50 cents at Michael’s. Play dough was used for the paw impression, filled in with plaster of Paris.
A coating of black, then bronze paint gave the desired finish to the paws. The photo is in a refrigerator-magnet holder. Most pet stores sell the inexpensive metal nameplates.
Jennifer owns an engraver so, ta-da! They had an instantly- inscribed plaque with a polished touch.
The happy four-legged foursome concluded their afternoon picnic with “Frosty Paws,” a pet ice cream Jennifer discovered. It’s available in Wal-Mart and the Kanawha City Kroger, on the top shelf of the ice cream novelties case.
Meaty Dog Treats 6 ounces lean ground beef 7 teaspoons wheat germ 3 teaspoons nonfat dry milk 1/2 teaspoon oil Cook beef in skillet until no longer pink; drain. Process in food processor until finely ground, then mix with remaining ingredients. Roll into 1-inch balls; place on greased cooking sheet. Press flat. Bake at 350 degrees 20 minutes.
Cheesy Bones 2 cups flour 1 1/4 cup shredded Cheddar cheese 3/4 teaspoon garlic powder 1/2 cup vegetable oil 1/4 cup water Combine all ingredients, forming stiff dough. Knead on floured surface 3 to 5 minutes. Roll dough to 1/2-inch thickness; cut into bone (or any desired) shapes. Place on baking sheet; bake at 400 degrees 10 to 15 minutes or until cookie bottoms are nicely browned. Baby Food Dog Cookies 3 2-ounce jars baby food applesauce 1/4 cup dry cream of wheat cereal 1/4 cup dry milk Combine all ingredients, blending well. Roll into 1-inch balls; place on greased baking sheet; flatten slightly with fork. Bake at 350 degrees 15 minutes or until lightly browned and baked through. site homemade dog treats
Kitty Treats 6 ounces canned tuna, undrained 1/4 cup cornmeal 1/4 cup wheat germ 1/4 cup whole-wheat flour 1 egg 1 tablespoon vegetable oil In bowl, mix all ingredients well with fork. Turn out on floured surface and roll out to 1/8-inch thickness. Cut into desired shapes (may cut into 1/2-inch wide strips lengthwise, then same width crosswise, making squares or cut the crosswise strips on diagonal to make diamonds). Place on ungreased cookie sheet. Bake at 325 degrees 15 minutes or until slightly crispy. Allow to cool on cookie sheet. Store in airtight container in refrigerator.