Friday, 7 September 2012

Missy's Fish on Friday

Missy had been begging for some of our cheese scones, so I decided to make her some of her very own treats.
These are salmon fish balls, because you know, omega oils are good for you!

How long before they're ready?
There they are, ready!
What do you mean, they have to cool off?   
While I wait, look at mummy's flowers! 
They were a gift, you know!
Pretty, aren't they?
Now I have to say, the fish balls were as much of a hit with Missy, as the flowers were with me :)

Hope you all have a wonderful weekend.


  1. Ahhh, now that's one spoilt little dog. Hope you enjoyed them Missy (:

  2. Missy must be the most spoilt little girl in Britain! Even I would eat those - Yum! :0)
    Are you going to paint the flowers?

  3. Dear Pat, loved to see Missy waiting for her fish balls! Her eyes are so expressive! and the flowers could be a beautiful watercolour, didn't they inspire you? xx

  4. I love this smart face ;) and beautiful flowers! Arianna

  5. Hi Pat. It's been a long while since last i visited. What a cute story! Lucky Missy! I have two Boxers and they love their treats too. Hope all is well there with you. Your flowers and the room they are in look beautiful. Blessings!

  6. Exactly! What do you mean they have to cool off? :)
    And your bouquet is gorgeous!!!

  7. Those salmon balls look delicious! Would you share the recipe?

  8. Lovely flowers! And the fish treats look yummy too, but the best picture is of Missy waiting for them to cool off! What an expression!

  9. Thanks, everyone :)
    I like to think Missy's more "well cared for" than spoiled :lol:

    Yes, the flowers will be painted at some point. Got a few others lined up first!

    Christiane, here you go with recipe:
    400gm wholemeal flour, 80gm butter or spread, 3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil, 200gm canned red salmon, 200 ml warm milk. Pop all the ingredients but the milk in the food processor. When they're mixed in, slowly add some milk and pulse. Keep adding and pulsing a little at a time until you get a dough ball. Take it out, pop on a floured board and pull off smaller ball size pieces.
    Cook on a tray at 225C for about 10 mins or til golden brown. Because ingredients are all human grade, you could eat them too!

  10. Lucky Missy to have her own homemade treats! I think I would like one too! :)

  11. Pretty creative idea for doggie treats :-) I bet those flowers will show up in one of your paintings, they're beautiful

  12. Pat, you are spoiling that cute little dog! Lucky Missy.

  13. Thank you for the recipe, Pat! Much appreciated.

  14. Hello Pat:) I'm happy to see that there are more doglovers. Missy must be very happy to have you as a boss:) Lovely photo's!

  15. Oh Missy mom loves you, making fish balls I can smell them from here. Have your heard of Fish for Dogs? Tess and me are trying them at the moment and Tess will be reporting soon about what we think ;)
    Have a good week
    See Yea George xxx


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