Thursday, May 17, 2007

Is ANYTHING Safe to Eat Anymore?

I think I'm ready to become a hunter-gatherer.

Yet another beef recall. This time the culprit is E Coli. The beef was produced by Davis Creek Meats and Seafood and distributed in Missouri and Illinois.


agustin rostoll said...

que como estas robin? bueno te cuento que soy agentino, seguramente no entenderas nada de lo que estas leyendo , escrivo con el motivo de hbalr con un norteamericano de politica , historia y mcuhos temas mas y que nuestros blogs sean amigos , te agradeceria si me podrias ayudar

inglish then espaƱol

traduss this

Brave Sir Robin said...

Poquito espanol.

Can anyone out there a translate?

Anne said...

Oooookay, this is probably VERY rough as I don't actually speak Spanish, but here goes nothing:

"How's it going, Robin? Good, I tell you that I am Argentinian (not sure about that sentence). Surely you understand nothing of what you're reading. I write intending to talk about politics, history, and many other things with a North American, and [wishing] that our blogs be friends. I'd appreciate it if you could help me."

Brave Sir Robin said...

Surely you understand nothing of what you're reading.



Thanks Anne!

Anne said...

Oh, and in response to the original post: sigh. One of these days I'm just going to say "to hell with you all," buy a huge plot of land (one that's not downstream from any farm/ranch that employs questionable farming practices), and raise as much of my own food as I possibly can. Fruits, veggies, chickens (for eggs & meat), pigs, cows (mostly for milk), maybe some sheep (sheep's milk cheese = awesome), wheat and corn (and maybe barley) if I have enough space, and so on.

Brave Sir Robin said...

I always wanted to run a goat cheese/dairy farm. Maybe with a large, several acre garden and orchards were people can come and "pick their own"