yes whitey! it wouldn't be thanksgiving w/o turkey (chicken just wouldn't cut it!!!!)
You know it, kid. And you can tell it to LTC, too.
Haha....nope, I hate turkey. Sorry to say one of your distant relatives made it to my Thanksgiving table.
Let me one up the others: I ate Veat!!! You'll always be safe with me around...
Yo Stella & Lindy,You go girls!Yo Amy,You don't sound very sorry. But you might be. . .Yo Stephanie,Lindy & I have been talking, and we're getting tired of this whole farm living thing. Not nearly enough appreciation, all this pressure to lay an egg, barely any blog time. . .And now winter is coming, and you can bet it won't be us warming our tail feathers by the cozy woodstove. Hell, no. That spoiled donkey has a better chance of making it into the house than we do. And he's huge! The only thing he's good for is distracting You Know Who long enough for us to sneak onto the computer. (Do you have any idea how long it took us to tunnel all the way over here?)So anyway, here's the thing. You sound pretty cool, and we know you love animals. How about we move in with you? Think about it. You'd be the talk of the town. We are two very happenin' hens.
Oh, and for those who so kindly inquired (ages ago), here are the answers to your questions, since it's obvious You Know Who is never going to get around to answering them. What is she so busy doing? Certainly not pampering us!Okay, Lindy & I don't yet have opinions about the new llamas, since we haven't even seen them yet. That's right. Nobody even bothers to introduce us around here.And as far as there being way too few feathered friends featured on all the Weekend Whatever Blogging, YES! You are absolutely correct! Like I said, we just aren't celebrated like we should be. Okay, I hear someone coming. Better get back to the cell.I'll just leave you with one last thought: Chicken lovers unite!
well i dont celebrate thanksgiving... hi chicken
Now Whitey, you remember that little talk we had about controlling our temper......You know who provides those nice banana peels and whatnot.I'm not moving to Pittsburgh, girl.
am I really horrible because I had lamb??
"What...so you think I'm funny? Like how, how am I funny?"A big what up to my dawg, Whitey!We did indeed eat turkey, then had turkey sandwiches, tonight it was Turkey Tetrazzini, tomorrow probably Turkey Cake!
Whitey and Lindy:Well, we'd sure love to have you...it's not like we don't have the room...but I wouldn't wish Eastern Tennessee on anyone I liked, human or fowl.But if things get bad, you're always welcome to visit!
Hi Wendy,Not in the chicken's opinion.Hi Alisha,I feel like I'm walking in on the middle of a conversation I'm supposedly a part of. But, that said, of course you're funny. You crack me up all the time. Here's a perfect example: "A big what up to my dawg, Whitey!" Now, what the hell does that even mean? SIs it some kind of Alabama-speak? See, funny. : )P.S. So how was the turkey cake?
LOL, LOL! Now Farmgirl, do you not keep up with the way these kids talk these days??? My shout-out was just all that came to me, because in my mind, Whitey the Chicken has to be a rapper.The "so you think I'm funny" bit was because, also in my mind, Whitey had the look of an Italian mob-guy on his face in the photo. Have you ever seen Goodfella's? I think that's where the line came from.I guess I should let you in on what's in my mind instead of just writing bits and pieces of it...LOL!!!The Turkey Cake was wonderful, just the right amount of dryness and cranberry!
December 2015 update: Hi! For some reason I can't figure out, Blogger hasn't been letting me leave comments on my own blog (!) for the last several months, so I've been unable to respond to your comments and questions. My apologies for any inconvenience! You're always welcome to email me: farmgirlfare AT gmail DOT com.Hi! Thanks for visiting Farmgirl Fare and taking the time to write. While I'm not always able to reply to every comment, I receive and enjoy reading them all.Your feedback is greatly appreciated, and I especially love hearing about your experiences with my recipes. Comments on older posts are always welcome!Please note that I moderate comments, so if I'm away from the computer it may be a while before yours appears.I try my best to answer all questions, though sometimes it takes me a few days. And sometimes, I'm sorry to say, they fall through the cracks, and for that I sincerely apologize.I look forward to hearing from you and hope you enjoy your e-visits to our farm!