You know how much I love beef. I've only said so a squillion times. The Lady likes beef too, but not as much as me. She doesn't cook it as often as I think she should (which is every day.) Of course, I don't even think she needs to cook it, but she never asks me.
Tonight she had beef for dinner. Oooh, I thought, goodie. Beef. She cut it up, and gave me a couple of tiny pieces. Of course I had asked very politely. It was very red and runny, and it was so good. Then she put in on a big peoples plate in top of some yukky rabbit food. The green crunchy kind. Then she added some more rabbit food. The small round one that is red on the outside and white on the inside. She cut off the ends and sliced it up thin and stuck it all over the glorious beef. Then she took the really stinky stuff, also red, cut that up, broke it up into circles and put that on top of the beef. I started crying, practically, at what she was doing.
She went outside to get some really stinky green rabbit food. She called it RooGalla. Yick. That stuff is really nasty. She stuck that on the beef. Then she cut up some more rabbit food and stuck that on top. She took some wax beans out of the cold box and cooked those and put those on the beef. YECH! I couldn't watch. I had to go sit under the table in the table room.
But she wasn't even finished wrecking that beautiful beef. She took some cheese, and you all know how much I love cheese... she took this cheese, and I thought it might be good so I went over to see, and it smelled so stinky I almost fell over. It was horrible. It was blue! She put that all over the stuff on top of the beef.
I couldn't help myself, but I had to watch. She took some tiny red balls out of the cold box, cut those in half and spread them all over the other stuff. Then she took that thing she uses every day that sprinkles dirt, and she sprinkled dirt on the pile of stuff. Then she took the other thing that sprinkles sand, and she put that on too.
Then she took something else out of the cold box, It was like water, but it was brown and really sour stinky smelly. She dribbled it all over everything. She put all the rabbit food back in the cold box, put the people tools in the dishbox and poured herself a glass of milk and got a piece of that brown stuff and then sat at the table and started to eat.
Doesn't this look delicious Millie? This is going to be so good. Do you know what it is? It's a nice roast beef salad with romaine and arugula, radishes and red onions with cucumbers, wax beans, tomatoes and blue cheese with balsamic dressing.
That's what she thinks. To me it's a complicated way to ruin good beef. My heart ached so much, I just had to go into the other room. I don't know if I'll ever get over it.