Get ready to book a table for two at home with your feline friend thanks to a new 'cat food' cookbook developed for humans, inspired by kitty cuisine.
The new recipe book, created by gourmet wet cat food company Purina, is available for free and lets pet owners cook meals that resemble flavors featured in the brand's new line of Fancy Feast cat food called Petites.
While Fancy Feast Petites single serve entrées include Seared Salmon Entrée with Spinach In Gravy, Ocean Whitefish Entrée with Tomato In Gravy and Grilled Chicken Entrée with Rice In Gravy, the cookbook features cuisine more suited to the human counterparts.
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This includes everything from tacos to chicken and ramen; pot pie to salmon cakes, all carefully crafted by Fancy Feast's in-house chef, Amanda Hassner, along with guest additions from James Beard Award Nominee, Jerrelle Guy, and actor turned baker, Josh Snyder.
"From Chicken and Ramen with Tomato Honey Butter Sauce to Whitefish and Asparagus with Beurre Blanc, the cookbook features recipes that are elevated but easy enough to whip up on a weeknight," said Fancy Feast's in-house chef, Amanda Hassner.
"Each dish was inspired by the small-plate restaurant trend. The recipes are for humans but were created in honor of the dishes you will be serving your cat."
Alongside the cat food entrées, the twelve taste-matching human recipes hopes to inspire cat owners to take part in the dining experience with their cats.
So, if you've ever wondered just what your feline friend is enjoying come dinner time, you might just be about to get a taste of what they love for yourself!
To download the digital Fancy Feast Petites cat food cookbook for free, visit the official Purina website.
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