Synopses & Reviews
Three Dog Bakery stores are legendary. Stocked with cleverly named canine confections -- from SnickerPoodles to Scotty Biscotti to Big Scary Kitties -- the pooch patisserie has grown into an international operation, featuring its fresh-baked, all-natural bakery treats for dogs. In fact, Three Dog Bakery's 1996 autobiography, Short Tails and Treats from Three Dog Bakery, tells all about how Dan Dye and Mark Beckloff, with inspiration from their three dogs, came to run 12 retail bakeries around the world, as well as wholesale and mail-order divisions.
Now, Three Dog Bakery is sharing its secrets with dog devotees everywhere. With this new Three Dog Bakery Cookbook, readers will be able to concoct the kind of tasty treats that canines crave. Featuring more than 50 recipes -- from low-far Banana Mutt Cake to Great Danish, from Fiesta Bones to Gracie's Megapizza -- the Three Dog Bakery Cookbook will have dogs salivating like Pavlov's proverbial pet. Full-color "finished dish" photographs give human cooks a look at what they're making, while health tips and canine trivia sprinkled throughout the book both educate and entertain.
Arranged into six chapters, Three Dog Bakery Cookbook covers the dog-snack gamut, from savory morsels to carob-coated treats, from luscious entrees to chewy soft-baked confections. Readers will find recipes for all doggie occasions, from birthdays to obedience school graduation.