Celebrated 31 wonder-filled years (as my good friend would say) with two live 3-pound Canadian lobsters. Mike steamed them and they were delicious.
your cow and drink milk, too
Dexter cattle, one of the smallest cattle breeds (as small as 3 feet tall at the
shoulders) produce 1 to 2 gallons of milk per day. They are said to be gentle, hardy and easy to handle, require little
pasture or feed, and "cut the grass" for their owners. If placed on a half-acre tract of grassy land they
need not be fed. They are are becoming popular as pets during this time of rising food prices, objections to factory
farming, and a wider interest in natural unadulterated food.