Monday, October 20, 2014


Romeo and Buddy are becoming big fashion icons in this town. Here is what I errr.... WE came up with for this years Boo In Burien event...
Ladies and Gentelmen, May I produce for your viewing pleasure, that unequal combination, everybodies favorite pairing, that breakfast of champions....
It was pretty easy. I just followed Meg Allen Coe's easy directions on  (I adapted the egg costume to Romeo and followed the dog size instructions for Bacon/Buddy. The only thing different I did was add a velcro tie to the costume, making like a dog jacket!
So how do you spend your weekends?

Sunday, October 12, 2014


That time of year to be creative and drive your dog nuts! HOWL-OWEEN! In a couple of days I will debut Romeo and Buddy's look for 2014, But until then, here are some of my favorite costumes for 2014 (Courtesy of to tide you over!
What better way to celebrate than turning your pooch into tasty food? By

Friday, October 3, 2014

Repost: Cola Slow Cooker Pot Roast for 10/27/2011

I love using the crock pot... Sometimes I make an entire meal out of it- other times I simply make and entree!
I made a pot roast the other night. With Coca cola! So easy to do, I imagine the sugars in the cola help break down the fat in the chuck roast. So set it and forget it!

Cola Pot Roast
2 Cans French onion soup
1 Bottle (20oz) of Cola (not diet)
1 4-7 lb Chuck Roast

Start by opening 1 can of French onion soup, pour it into the bottom of your crock pot. Place the chuck roast on top of the soup, Dump the second can of soup over the Chuck Roast, Pour the Cola over all. Set you crock pot to high, until it heats up, then set to low, let cook for 5-6 hours. The soup/ cola mix makes and excellent sauce/gravy. Seriously!