There's a lot to be said for a good hamburger.
Choice ground beef cooked to perfection over an open fire. Complemented with fresh lettuce, tomato, cheese, mayonnaise and mustard.
There are local variations that include chilis, mushrooms, onions, sauerkraut and, "Excuse me, but do you happen to have some Grey Poupon?"
The basics are simple. Good meat cooked well and accompaniments.
So, why do I feel slighted after preparing a grand Hamburger Dinner to contrast it with what the cats ate?
We had hamburgers.
The cats had Tuna Florentine and Chicken Tuscany, with a side order of Succulent Ocean Bits and washed down with L'eau de Houston 2009.
For some reason my hamburger tasted a little dry.