As I look at webpages, read posts, and attempt to decipher breeding charts (yes they exist and they are like a foreign language), I come across other interesting websites like this one. A man who lives in Geneva who love gastronomy (this word has always made me cringe a bit), and has a post about Swiss cattle and the cheese he found that is made from their milk after they have feed in alpine meadows on flowers, herbs and grasses. Now that is the life! Walking about on Swiss mountain sides, munching on natural foliage, hanging with fellow cows and calves.
This was another website that made me want to lick the screen and wow, what a set up!
Take pictures from the photography contraption hanging from your ceiling.
The post I found by typing into Google, "what do swiss cows eat in pasture", garnered me this delectable webpage:
I don't think Francios-Xavier or Google is actually saying that the cows eat this dish, but I don't really know anything about cattle remember!?!
Here is the generic page of delicious international goodies:
Bring food to the computer with you
And a napkin
Later in the day......
I came across a Canadian Beef Blog, yes I did.
Yep there is.
This is for all you meatitarians out there who are hankering for an amazing bar-b-q.
(Tonia returns to being distracted now.)