Always on the quest for new and tasty, we stumbled on something unique… This multi-parter is a review of Smalls for Smalls. The concept is gently cooked, fresh food for kitty. The steps: sign up online, put some info on your owner, pick a program (how often deliveries come), and
Life is full of surprises. I think I’ll just leave it with that teaser for today’s review of Tiki Cat after Dark Chicken and Quail Egg. What did the human think: With no expectations, I opened the can was totally intrigued. A brothy mix of chicken pieces and parts (heart,
Taste testing cat food isn’t for everyone. Not sure why. But that is a conversation for another day. Our new section profiles a spot for humans to get away and enjoy some vitals. Today’s review is Jimmy’s Old Town Tavern (Herndon VA). Jimmy’s is a must visit in the
The world of cat food is ever surprising… Today we take a look at a German classic–Sülze (but for cats). Applaws Layers Chicken with Lamb in Aspic. Headcheese is the head/ stomach turning name in the States. So headcheese for kitties, let’s party!! What does the human think: It’s pretty
Today’s review compares Nature’s Recipe Indoor Chicken and Sodexo Chicken Noodle Soup. This review is invaluable to the Washington DC worker living on cafeteria food for lunch. What does the human think: Sodexo’s Chicken Noodle Soup is as bland as it is salty. Perhaps it is just better described as
A bit of a change of pace.. but perhaps a chance to discuss the merits of knowing what your animal’s food tastes like. Nature’s Recipe (which I will follow up on in future posts) really is a great cat food. It actually tastes like food. I picked up a pile for good
Le Diplomat, on the ever expanding food boulevard of 14th Street, Washington, D.C., is a typical Steven Starr restaurant — and that’s a good thing. What does the human think: From a Johnny-on-the-spot bartender, to balanced cocktails, to the Pittsburgh style steaks, to making a vegetarian dish tasty, this is
I’ve eaten pretty much every cuisine. Eaten on every continent.. ok.. except Antarctica… Enjoyed meals from home cooked-to-street vendor-to-gastropub-to-3 Michelin stars. Some meals are great… Some not so much. And the amount you pay is not predictive of the quality. I’ve had $2 chili-cheese dogs better than $40 fancy flops.