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Gift Guide for the Dog Lover

I'm so excited to bring you guys today's holiday gift guide. This one is for all of the #dogmoms out there (and #dogdads). My husband and I have a German Shepherd named Emma (who is currently in a time out for pooping inside...again), but just like our other kids, we still love her. We'd also really love it if she'd quit going potty inside, but that is beside the point. The point is there is no shame in spoiling your sweet fur baby, especially during the holidays!! And while some of these gifts are items for your dog, some are great gift ideas for the dog lover in your life too.


The Dogist 2018 Wall Calendar by Elias Weiss Friedman author of The Dogist, for example, is the perfect Christmas gift for someone who loves dogs.



These super cute Christmas Plaid Dog Collars by Mr. Bow Tie Boutique would be the perfect holiday gift for doggies and dog owners alike! Whether you have family holiday photos coming up, or you simply want your furry friend to look festive for those…

Meatless Monday: Rustic Rosemary Potato and Kale Galette


I don't think savory pies get enough attention in America. Sure we love our chicken pot pie, but there are so many other possibilities. By starting with ingredients as simple as caramelized onions or browned beef, you're well on your way to gourmet savory tart. For my Rosemary Potato and Kale savory pie, I forego the pie pan to create a rustic galette. I'm usually all for swapping out fresh ingredient for a quicker, cheaper option, but with a simple recipe like this rosemary galette, all of the flavor is in the fresh quality ingredients, especially the fresh rosemary. In the interest of saving time, however, I did use a refrigerated premade pie crust. If you want to make that for scratch, simply use half this recipe or make both 9-inch round and freeze one for later.

Ingredients (for a two-crust pie or 2 single-crust pies):
-2 & 1/2 C all purpose flour (can substitute with all purpose gluten-free flour)
-1 C (2 sticks) lard, butter or shortening~cut up into small cubes
-1 tsp salt
-6 to 8 TBSP ice cold water



Step 1: Preheat oven to 425 F. Prep the ingredients by thinly slicing the potatoes, chopping the onion, cleaning the greens, mincing the garlic, and chopping the onion. Sautee the onion and garlic in olive oil on medium-high heat, adding the kale on top. After the onion has browned a little, add the lemon juice, the rosemary leaves (not the whole sprig), and a sprinkling of salt and pepper. Reserve a little of the rosemary to sprinkle on top of the galette. Stir occasionally and let cook on medium heat until the kale cooks down and becomes dark green.

Step 2: Place a 9 inch round crust on a shallow baking sheet. Start with a layer of the red potato slices in the center of the crust, leaving several inches so you can fold the edges up. Sprinkle with salt and pepper, then add about half of the kale and onion mixture then top with the remaining potato slices and sprinkle with salt and pepper.

Step 3: Starting on one side of the galette, pull the outside edge of the crust towards the center. Take another edge of crust right next to the folded portion and pull that inwards and press down, creating a fold (pictured above). Do that all the way around then baste with olive oil and garnish the top of the galette with the remaining rosemary leaves and a light sprinkling of coarse salt and cracked pepper (salt and pepper is optional). Gently press the ones over the crust so they'll bake into the pie crust.

Step 4: Bake at 425 for about 15 minutes to give the crust a good start, then turn the oven down to 350 F and bake 25 to 30 minutes or until the crust is a golden brown and the potato slices on top have crisped.


Last Time on Meatless Monday: Spaghetti with Sweet Pea & Parmesan

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  1. I've never tried kale, but my parents like it.

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  2. I wish I were a good cook. I think I'd love this!

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