|The WildFood Cafe in London. The chef is branching out into dog cuisine|
The main course: crispy paddywack reishi-mushroom-flaxseed cream.
|Paddywack is a ligament in the neck of sheep or cattle, eaten in some countries as human food, and also dried as a dog treat.|
Served with each course: alkaline water, beef consomme, and coconut water.
And for post-prandial relaxation, your dog could have had a marrow bone from Hill & Szrok to clean his teeth and a fresh-breath herbal tea tonic to aid his digestion.
|London Butchers by Day, Restaurateurs by Night|
But you're too late. Even if you and your dog could fly to London this weekend, the Curious Canine Kitchen is sold out.
|Dog socialites at the table|
|Chef Emily Stephenson|
Expensive fun for a good cause. I wish we could ask the dog attendees for a review.
Here's an update on the dinner that took place on Saturday, April 11. Apparently the dogs didn't care for the seaweed.