My first attempt

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I listen...when- I want to
Barked: Mon Nov 14, '11 1:22pm PST 
I decided to make a kibble topper for my dogs. My house smells fantastic. It's deer season, and I was given some that was killed and processed two days ago. I browned 1 pound of ground meat in a little oil. It was very lean. I then added two chopped red potatoes, one chopped apple, and two chopped carrots. Poured about 2 cups of water over it, and let simmer for 30 minutes. I then beat two eggs, and tempered them with a little of the cooking water before adding in. Added a small amount of dry rosemary, and let cook an additional 10 minutes. There was minimal water left. I ran it through the food processor, and it looks like canned food! The dogs were very excited while I was making it, so we will give it tonight.
Ginger- M.I.A.

my first and- finest
Barked: Mon Nov 14, '11 6:11pm PST 
lucky dogs... sounds delicious. smile

Dunlop-named for- the rider not- the tyer
Barked: Tue Nov 15, '11 3:12pm PST 
Let us know how it goes - it sounds really yummy! I found a fish based kibble topper the other day that Dunlop will do absolutely anything for.