So I had this turkey carcass in my freezer from two Thanksgivings ago. I set out to make a big pot of Turkey & Rice soup, but while the bones were simmering, the smell in the kitchen was, well, not quite fresh. I could only surmise that the bones had freezer burn.

Crooksie made it clear that whatever I was cooking, he wasn’t going to eat.

Which left me with a whole pot of broth and a few cups of deboned turkey meat by the time I was done. I didn’t think the broth tasted bad at all, but once my husband makes up his mind, I’ve learned long ago he wasn’t going to change it. I needed a Plan B.

Dog biscuits, of course.

Here’s my simple recipe that was actually fun to make. I didn’t have any cute doggie bone cookie cutters, but my pizza cutter worked just fine. Louie, our Golden Retriever, wouldn’t care anyway.  Even better, he loves them!

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