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Monday, 17 December 2018



That's good you had a great waitress!


She was awesome Soo!


I've been to NPBC once when they first opened. Wasn't impressed with their beers or prices and haven't returned since. Mastiff sounds like perfect food to pair with beer. Salty and heavy.




The food is quite "hefty" Junichi. I'm not a big fan of their beer either.

At least the service was really good Kat!

Christina C

So this is totally off topic, but what do you cook Frankie in the instapot? We are thinking of doing some homemade meals for one of our pups and was just curious.


No worries Christina - we make about 7 pounds chicken thighs, 1 sweet potato, 1 carrot, and water . Pressure cook for 55 minutes

The night before I soak 1/2 cup of quinoa and while the chicken is cooking I cook off the quinoa.

When the chicken is cooled off; I put into a pan, remove the bones and mash. Adding cooking liquid to keep moist.

I then add in the quinoa and mix well.

I then put into containers - enough for about five days in each

I top off with more chicken cooking liquid and stir with a fork.

This usually makes about 5-6 containers.
I then freeze.


One more thing Christina. We mix this with some Orijen kibble when we feed Frankie.

Som Tommy

So, if you only eat at a place in San Diego once, you don't do a review? I would still like to know how your meals was.


That's how I usually do things these days ST....maybe I'll do a post with all of those "one and done" places.

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