She adores us!
So a little introduction.
From left to right,
Next in the center is Milo, the French Bull Dog. He belongs to my Aunt Kris and he is 2 - a young, energetic, egotistic, pushy, overly alert, and exceedingly cute dog. The last quality saves his butt more times than you could imagine. We remind him frequently when he is being a "yo-yo brain" (something that happens frequently), that his mom was shopping for a blond female French Bull Dog when she got him! Blond! Female! How she got side tracked by a brown male (even if he has melty bedroom eyes), we will never know!
Lastly on the right is Grimace, the Pug, who is my adopted brother and a pretty good friend to everyone. He is 11 years old. But he loves Grandma with an intensity that would be considered stalking in the human world!
Anyway, here are The liver cookies our Grandmother bakes for us every Christmas. They are cut in the shapes of hearts and bones. And she doubles the quantity of liver listed in the recipe. She knows her boys!!
Shapes are very important.
Making these cookies in simple circles is a bad idea. When Grandma made these last year they were in circles. They were cooling on the kitchen counter ... she was busy in the living room. Then Grandpa came into the living room chewing and chewing away, asking ... "These aren't chocolate chip cookies, are they!"
Since we don't like sharing our liver cookies, (and Grandpa doesn't like liver), the shapes save our treats for us.
New followers ... Welcome to Grandma's blog.
An introduction to Grandma can be found here. Information on Grandma's first Give-Away (it isn't liver cookies), can be found here.