What’s the Beef?
As we have on occasion mentioned before, one of the great things about making homemade food for your dog is being able to take advantage of seasonal ingredients and promotional offers. One case in point relates to the Irish PAD beef we use in some of our beef recipes.
Early this spring, one of our local meat and fish suppliers was able to offer us a larger than usual quantity of their simply astonishingly good PAD beef. For anyone who may not have heard of it before, PAD is taken from the French Prêt a Decoupé which means ‘Ready-to-Slice’, and it’s a cut taken from the flank of the cow which has then had all the fat removed.
Take a look at it above. Now is that real food for dogs or what!
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