There are alot of people that have pets but not me I have two fur babies. They are part of my family and are spoiled, loved and taken care of. People may think I am weird but I love my cats, I talk to them and care about everything the are exposed to. That why when I got the change to try out Nutrish for Cats by Rachel Ray I could wait to try it. It is all natural food for cats. The first natural cat food from Rachael Ray Nutrish. Real meat like chicken or fish is the #1 ingredient in these delicious recipes. There's never any junk like meat poultry by-product meal, artificial flavors or preservatives. Just simple, wholesome recipes with a great taste your cat will instinctively love. Look for these wholesome recipes available in dry formulas and wet formulas with fun flavors like Chicken Purrcata, Ocean Fish-alicious and Lip Smackin’ Sardine and Mackerel plus so many more awesome flavors to chose from. Did you hear that the #1 ingrediant is real meat! That is important to me and my cats.
I am very picky when it comes to feeding my cats but I also have to be frugal as well being a family of 8 and two fur babies on a one income living. I have watched Rachel Ray on TV making delish food that makes my mouth water. I just love her cooking style so know she has sat down with veternarians and scientists to figure out the best way to make a healthy cat food makes me comfortable knowing this food is safe for my cats. When the box arrived me and my cats could wait to explore what was in it. If you know cats then you know they are easy to please. My cats played with the box, The string that was tied around the bag of dry food, and their favorite was the awesome catnip sachet. We got a bag of dry food and a couple containers of wet food as well. I also got some delicious brown rice and some easy yummy recipes to make my family. This package was a winner for everyone!
So we filled the cats bowls with the dry food and I swear my cats thought we were filling their bowl with delicious treats. They couldn't get enough! Later that night we gave them some of the wet food. Honestly when I opened it you would of thought it was meant for humans not cats. You could see the real chunks of chicken. They flavor we tried first was Chicken Purrcata and it smelled great compared of the others that actual smell like cat food. They gobbled it up in no time and were asking for more haha. My cats were in heaven. I never seen them like their food as much as this. I loved reading the ingrediants and actually reconizing what was in it and thinking this is so great and healthy for my babies.
I also made a delish meal from the brown rice and I bought some Salmon and dived into making Rachel Ray's Smoky Maple-Glazed Salmon Supper. This recipe was easy and quick which is important for me a full time student and mommy to 6. It was done within 30 minutes and tasted like we went out to eat. It was fabulous. I will post the recipe blow because you definitely have to try it!
Overall we were very impressed with Rachel Ray's Nutrish super premium natural food For Cats! My cats loved it and I loved giving it to them. Now I can not worry that they are eating something that may harm them. This is one happy momma! If you have some sweet fur babies of your own you have to check out Nutrish for cats and dogs. You can find them at most stores where pet food is sold and check out the website to see more places they are sold. Also follow Nutrish for cats on Twitter , Instagram and Facebook and keep up to date with new flavors and coupons.
Smoky Maple-Glaze Salmon Supper
1 cup brown or white rice
1 bundle watercress or upland cress (2 cups), stemmed and coarsely chopped
2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil (EVOO), divided
4 medium to large carrots or multi-colored farmer's market carrots, peeled and cut into 1/4-inch dice
1/4 teaspoon all-natural liquid smoke
1/2 cup dark amber maple syrup
2 tablespoons cider vinegar
4 salmon fillets, skin removed (8 ounces each)
2 teaspoons Old Bay seafood seasoning
2 cups frozen sweet peas
2 tablespoons butter
1/4 cup chives, chopped
Salt and pepper to taste
Preheat broiler. Prepare the rice according to package directions. When done, fluff with a fork and combine with chopped watercress leaves.
Heat a skillet over medium-high heat with 1 tablespoon EVOO. Add carrots to the pan and season with salt and pepper. Saute until tender-crisp, about six to seven minutes. Set aside.
In a small pot, combine liquid smoke, maple syrup, and vinegar and bring to a boil. Reduce over high heat, stirring constantly for two minutes. Remove from heat.
Season salmon with salt, pepper, and Old Bay seafood seasoning. (I love Old Bay so I used more than the recommended 2 teaspoons!)
Heat the remaining EVOO in a large, ovensafe, nonstick skillet and cook salmon, top side down for 3-4 minutes. Flip and pour the maple syrup glaze over the top of the fish and place under the broiler for three minutes to caramelize the glaze.
In the pan with the carrots, add the peas and heat through while the fish is under the broiler.
Add the butter and chives to the veggies. When the butter has melted, turn off the heat.
Serve the salmon with the peas and carrots and rice with watercress alongside.
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