- Joined Oct 23, 2008
Your cat kisses? Mine won't look me in the face if my face is close. I think it's some kind of lion thing.
The vermin parts and droppings is not in my kitchen eitehr, but apparently in some laws on food suppliers. Take it up with the government.I expect good sanitation from any person who invites me to dinner, if I found a cat hair on my plate I would be pissed. Animals have their place, its not on my plate............We have 3 cats, two dogs, two cows, 12 pigs, 18 chickens and no %%%%%%%%%%%%%%% of mice sh-t is ok in my kitchen GGGEEEEEEZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ ChefBillyB...P.S. ..................... when you guys kiss your cats, remember the last place they just licked clean, hows that for the old taste buds.
Droll -very droll. Ha! I enjoyed that to be true /img/vbsmilies/smilies/lol.gifAll of this reminds me of the old story about making elephant stew. The ingredients list was something like:
1 bushel Spanish onions
200 pounds carrots
500 pounds potatoes
2 rabbits (optional)
salt and pepper to taste
The recipe goes on to tell you how to prep the elephant, and cook the whole thing. The rabbits are optional because......most people don't like hare in their food.
ok, just don;t use that FDA approved cornmeal!Lets all have Thanksgiving dinner in my pasture, warm your feet with the cow pies, pick our teeth with the chicken feathers. The smell of the pigs will just be a added perfume to the dinner. If cat hair is OK for the dinner guests, why leave out the rest of the farm animals. I hope the pheasant comes by, it will make a nice center piece for the table.