Random thoughts about roadside art, National Parks, historic preservation, philosophy of technology, and whatever else happens to cross my mind.
I see you dropped by already to read my photo story. I hadn't had time yet to stop by and let you know I posted it in response to your meme. Glad you liked it!Love your cartoon today. :)
I read that strip every morning.
I love that cartoon. I read it every sunday.wonder if it tastes like chicken?
I've never tasted groundhog, but I've heard from various people that it's actually pretty good eating. I do have recipes -- I have a cookbook put out by USDA Extension during WWII called "Good Eating from Fields and Forests" that has recipes for cooking just about every type of beast except maybe skunk.
I just got it, groundhog as in grind up the hog to make sausage. Doh!!Sometimes I'm a day late and a dollar short.
Did you see where that man went to jail for selling hot dogs with dog meat in them? Not in this country, some other country, but that's a hot dog.And I have no issue with it, I've heard that dog is tasty. Don't intend of finding out though unless I get damn hungry.
I remember reading somewhere a few years ago that Lewis & Clark liked dog meat so much that the native Americans they met in their travels actually gave them a derogatory nickname because of it. The natives ate dog, but it was never their first choice -- it's what they resorted to when there were no salmon or buffalo available.I had a friend who grew up in inner city Chicago. He always referred to cats as "roof rabbits."
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