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Fancy Feast’s New Cookbook Is for Humans

A cat in a bow tie sitting behind a plate full of meat.
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Ever wondered what Fancy Feast’s Chicken Hearts and Liver tastes like? Okay, probably not, but the iconic cat food brand has released a cookbook anyway. And yes, it’s for humans.

In honor of its new Petites line of cat food, Fancy Feast teamed up with chefs to create a cookbook you can download for free. It features 12 meals inspired by flavors of the brand’s wet cat food, and yes, that sounds weird.

However, the recipes actually sound delicious. You’ll find things like Pistachio-Crusted Salmon, Sage Cornbread Chicken Pot Pie, and White Fish and Asparagus with Beurre Blanc. The recipes use the same bases as the cat food, like salmon, chicken, or fish, so you can make a delicious dinner for yourself.

The recipes were developed by Amanda Hassner, Fancy Feast’s in-house chef, Jerrelle Guy, a James Beard Award Nominee, and actor-turned-baker, Josh Snyder. Hassner said in a press release the recipes were designed to be “elevated but easy enough to whip up on a weeknight.”

If you want to share a meal with your cat, you can grab Fancy Feast’s new Petites in grocery stores nationwide, then make the human version in the cookbook for yourself.

Kitty might just thank you by curling up on your feet for a nap after your dinner for two.

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