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Menocchio
137059.  Sun Jan 21, 2007 11:40 am Reply with quote

Last New Year (ie 2005/6), chez Menocchio we managed a 10 bird roast:

Snipe-Teal-Pigeon-Partridge-Mallard-Pheasant-Guinea Fowl-Chicken-Goose-Turkey

It was time consuming, but delicious. I can't think of a snappy contraction, though.

 
smiley_face
137080.  Sun Jan 21, 2007 12:03 pm Reply with quote

What about the pork?!

 
samivel
137112.  Sun Jan 21, 2007 12:58 pm Reply with quote

Pork isn't, technically, from a bird.

;)

 
smiley_face
137116.  Sun Jan 21, 2007 1:01 pm Reply with quote

WHAT?!

 
grizzly
137125.  Sun Jan 21, 2007 1:13 pm Reply with quote

When pigs fly???

 
smiley_face
137252.  Sun Jan 21, 2007 5:05 pm Reply with quote

Right well, back onto Turkeys...

Older male turkeys are preferred for eating, since the young male meat is rather stringly. By contrast, young female turkeys are preferred because the older female ones have tougher meat.

http://www.thanksgivingworld.com/turkeyfacts.html

 
strukkanurv
137440.  Mon Jan 22, 2007 5:55 am Reply with quote

 
Frances
137608.  Mon Jan 22, 2007 10:07 am Reply with quote

'I've feasted late an' I've feasted early -
Nae scrimpit meals for the bubbly-jock -
But I jalouse they've begunked me fairly,
A weird to dree has the bubbly-jock.

I've fattened sae that my sides are hingin',
A wee thing mair an' I couldna walk;
Noo a voice o' doom in my lug is ringin';
"When'll we kill the bubbly-jock?"

Sae that's the wey o' it! Yuletide's comin'.
Haverin' hypocrites, hear them talk -
Peace an' guidwill to men an' women -
But thraw the neck o' the bubbly-jock!

I've fleyed the hens an' the jucks richt rudely,
Frichtit the grumphie frae his brock,
Ruled the roost like a king gey proodly -
A dooncome this for the bubbly-jock!

I've garred the tinkler's weans rin greetin',
Gi'ed the gangrels mony a shock:
Watch-dougs wouldna be killed for eatin' -
Why the de'il should a bubbly-jock?

Man's ingratitude! Noo they've catched me!
Gi'e me smeddum to thole this shock!
Waesome day when my mither hatched me!
Here's fareweel to the bubbly-jock!'


'The Bubbly-jock'

by W. D. Cocker.

 

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