|May 25, 2008 4:44 pm
||re: re: re: re: Re: Is the grass really greener over the fence?
|| @ Reg
I love rabbit stew. Have never hunted rabbit myself (I
used to be a big bad bird hunter though!) Also like
Hassenfeffer (sp?), german rabbit dish. My MaMa (granny)
made rabbit 'n' noodles just as chicken 'n' noodles is made.
My Dad, brother and PaPa (grandpa) hunted rabbit, squirrel
and racoon. We ate it all too. There was no such thing
as "store bought meat" in Arkansas in the early to
mid '50's! OH, balogna was purchased as a treat, I did not
like it all that much though. We also ate a LOT of chicken.
Of course, my MaMa was the chiken killer in those days. LOL
SO YES, I am a REAL country hick by roots. :D
Enjoyed the video very much - I only watched part 1 but may
have to go back and watch part 2 for the entertainment
value. Early Girls is always a staple in our tamater garden
too. Nice manly voice Chuck.
Planting here in KS is safe after April 15th (no frost
normally, after that date) but this year we had some frost
up until the 20th of April. So I am glad I did not jump on
the early planting horse this year. However, the contest
kept me so busy that vege garden did not get on a list AT
ALL. My Mom bugged the crapola out of me for several weeks
and I guess she got tired of gripin' at me! She has all
her annuals (flowers) set out and things looking
wonderful. She counts on ME to plant fresh veges so I DO
have to get my hind-end moving on that. Yikes!
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