Book Four of the Real Dogs Cook Series:Tex-Mex for Terriers (as pawed by Chef Terry Scraps) Enter to win!

Happy Friday Friends!

Today Dakota and I are pleased to share with you Book Number Four of the Real Dogs Cook Series:

Tex Mex for Terriers

Ok, I have to be candid here, I am not a fan of the Tex-Mex cuisine. Nope, I’m not, but I know that there are MANY of you who are! So, I am handling this review a little differently today.  I am not “reviewing” this book in the traditional sense, but instead, I present it to you as a “feature!!”  Why? I can’t give an unbiased opinion if I don’t like the cuisine that is featured, that’s why!
Tex-Mex for Terriers IS just as clever as the three books that Dakota and I have reviewed which preceded it.
Pastry for Poodles-Chef Fifi LeFay
Barbeque for BulldogsChef Butch Waddles
Spaghetti for SheepdogsMona Lassie Buonarroti
I  promise you that I have plans to actually COOK something from at least one of the recipes from the rest of the books in this series that I will be sharing with you over the next few months, so stay tuned! In the meantime, gather round and please allow me to share with you Tex-Mex for Terriers!

From Real Dogs Cook:

Want to heat things up in your kitchen? Invite Texas born-and-bred Chef Terry Scraps over for dinner tonight! Crank up some serious Tejano music, put on your best white shirt, and by all means, open up some windows!

Here’s a sampling of what’s on the menu, but a word of warning: You’d better have plenty of cold beer on hand when you try them. We actually ran out– more than once– when we were testing these delightful recipes! Imagine how tasty these offerings will be:

tex mex enchilads

“El Paso Enchiladas Verdes.”

tex mex fish stick
“San Diego or San Antonio?
Fantastic Fish-Stick Fajitas.”

tex mex tamales

“Terry’s ‘Easy-Does-It’ Tamales.”

And if you’ve never had a skirt-spinning dance party in your living room before, another word of warning: Move the furniture outside! Or better yet, move the whole party outside! And invite the neighbors! Fiesta!

TO ORDER:

ENTER TO WIN!!!

Five lucky readers located ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD will win a paperback copy of Tex-Mex for Terriers! Entering is super easy! Just leave me a comment below and tell me WHY you are a fan of the Tex-Mex cuisine, maybe your opinion will sway me!
The give-away is open now and will end on Thursday, June 25th at 5pm EST. The five lucky winners will be announced on or around June 27th.

Good luck!!!


 


Comments

  1. Well, I already won a book from that series, so I won’t enter here..But…That pup looks like a cousin of mine…BOL!

    Pawppy and the unfurbros like that cooking style and growlmy?? Not so much, She isn’t into too much hot anything…

  2. I love this books, they are really written for dogs like you and me… what a fabulous idea! And that Tex-Mex book would be perfect for my momma… maybe the she is able to show a REAL taco on taco day and not that epic fail fom last time lol
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  3. LOvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvve tex mex!
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  4. Linda Szymoniak says:

    Tex-Mex has so many of my favorite ingredients , no wonder I love it! Unfortunately, most of what we have available in our area is very “Americanized” versions of Tex-Mex and Mexican food. I’d love more recipes to make myself at home.

  5. Our mom LOVES Tex-Mex! As to why … I think it reminds her of her time in California — which makes no sense to us.
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  6. Zwolle hot tamales – that’s what really did it for Mumsy. In a small town in Louisiana, Zwolle, they make the best hot tamales. They are known for them there. Mumsy fell in love with them and her love of Mexican (not so much Tex-Mex) grew from there. So, we used that handy link you gave for the Kindle version and bought us a copy. Thank you! And, we gonna go check out those links you gave for the other books in the series.
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  7. P.S., We used the Kindle links you gave and got all four of the cookbooks. Thank you!
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  8. KateV says:

    I have to say, I’m not a huge fan either. I do love my tacos, but without very many trimmings. But I’d still love the book- maybe I’ll cook something for others =)

  9. Sounds like a great cookbook – and the photos of the food look doodle*licious, but as I age I find cooking to be highly over rated LOL Ordering or eating out is the way to go for me #lazy

  10. I like tex mex cuisine especially home made food is better for you then going out, I have made my own burrito wraps before they are far superior to store bought. Yum for tex mex
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  11. Sue says:

    The title cracks me up and the photos look delish! Sharing.
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  12. Monika says:

    Looks mmmm, mmmm good! Now I’m hungry for some good Tex-Mex. 🙂
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  13. Karen says:

    Ooh, what a fun book! I’d love to win this!

  14. Shelley P says:

    The recipe photos look amazing. I love tacos and fajitas so this cookbook is for me 🙂 I’d love to learn a few more things to make at home. And to share the meals with my dogs ……well even better!

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