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fish
2012-11-22, 18:21
Hope you guys have a most enjoyable Thanks giving day,we dont do it here,wish we did ,folk seem to forget to say thank you to God for what he provides,to us and our ancestors,i guess harvest festival is as close as we get here and thats no big deal anymore.
I was looking at some pictures a gal i know on flicr posted ,some fine foods had by her family,do many of you guys eat racoon on thanksgiving? i always assumed it was a turky meal.

anyhow ,have a great day folks,thinking of you,

from Fish and family.


http://www.flickr.com/photos/wildernesssgal/

sheepdog
2012-11-22, 18:43
Turkey is the traditional dinner around here. I've only ate raccoon a couple times. You can start having dinner with us fish. Cook that turkey!! http://www.pauladeen.com/index.php/recipes/view2/roasted_turkey/

Nearly Normal
2012-11-22, 18:50
[QUOTE=fish;299087]......,do many of you guys eat racoon on thanksgiving?

Only yankees eat 'coon on Thanksgiving Day.
Real Southerners have 'possum.

Just kidding...but wild game added to the fare is a tradition for some.

Tin Man
2012-11-22, 19:56
[QUOTE=fish;299087]......,do many of you guys eat racoon on thanksgiving?

Only yankees eat 'coon on Thanksgiving Day.
Real Southerners have 'possum.

Just kidding...but wild game added to the fare is a tradition for some.

We eat whatever is fresh in New England ...at the Road Kill Cafe...

sheepdog
2012-11-22, 20:29
[QUOTE=fish;299087]......,do many of you guys eat racoon on thanksgiving?

Only yankees eat 'coon on Thanksgiving Day.
Real Southerners have 'possum.

Just kidding...but wild game added to the fare is a tradition for some.

We often have venison steaks and eggs for breakfast on Thanksgiving Morning.

Nearly Normal
2012-11-22, 20:54
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We often have venison steaks and eggs for breakfast on Thanksgiving Morning.

.....and grits?

sheepdog
2012-11-23, 09:02
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.....and grits?

naturally.

john pickett
2012-11-23, 09:52
Hope you all had a happy Thanksgiving.