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Pug Cookies

Saturday, December 25th, 2010



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Originally uploaded by Papa’s Pugs

So it is holiday time and the baking has begun. One of my batches was of pug shaped cookies iced in green and red icing. I took these by to my wonderful vet and her staff as a thank you for taking such great care of my pugs throughout the year.

Chattanooga Pugs at Bone Appetit

Saturday, January 2nd, 2010



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Originally uploaded by Papa’s Pugs

It was freezing outside today. No really, at 12:00pm it was only 25 degrees. Have no fear; Chattanooga Pugs were meeting at Bone Appétit so we were toasty warm inside. Every January, Bone Appétit lets us invade their store for our pug gathering. We had a great turn out of people and their pugs.

Bone Appétit
103 Frazier Avenue
Chattanooga, TN
37405-3932
(423) 756-2663

Pictured is Ashley with her pug Pippa in one of Mell’s prototypes for doggie tutus. You can see her adorable line of tutus and hair bows at http://www.etsy.com/shop/piggytailsboutique

Spring Cookies

Sunday, April 12th, 2009



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Originally uploaded by janahallpapa

These cookies are good, but I say that they take 3 days to make:
One day to mix the ingredients then refrigerate over night.
One day to bake and frost.
Then one day to clean up all the sugar!

Pug Shaped Cookies

Sunday, October 5th, 2008



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Originally uploaded by janahallpapa

I have been busy baking this weekend. Considering my daily cooking activities include opening a bag of lettuce and fixing a frozen pizza; I really went all out! About 4 years ago, I found a wonderful lady who does custom almond cookies. She does the most amazing work that is not only pretty, but so good! I wanted to have pug cookie party favors (for people, not pugs) for Baby Girl’s 10th birthday on 10/25/08 and Tom Tom’s upcoming 9th birthday on 10/11/08. Times are tough and forking out a couple hundred dollars for cookies is not really an option, so I thought “I can do this!” Well, after driving all over town to buy tools, supplies, and ingredients I spent about 8 hrs and got about 48 cookies (not including the little tiny bones) and a sugar headache. It was a lot harder than it looked and a lot more time consuming than I imagined. When I woke up this morning, I was ready to throw them all away and figure out who I could dump this cookie sheet off on, but they didn’t look too bad and they were kind of tasty. So I think that I am going to give it another try next weekend. I am going to use another icing recipe though. Even though these cookies are for people, Louise stuck right by my side the entire day hoping something would fall on the floor for her! The rest of the pugs hung out in the kitchen the whole time too, I think they were confused by all the activity that rarely takes place in there!