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Re: Happy Thanksgiving

Post by AlbertaTime » November 24th 2022, 5:15pm

Gather round the fireplace, kids, it's time again for the Annual Freak Brother's Thanksgiving story, a heartwarming tale of how brave pioneers in the 1960s showed their gratitude for friends and a hearty shared meal.

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Happy Thanksgiving, all!!
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Re: Happy Thanksgiving

Post by jason_recliner » November 24th 2022, 7:46pm

smellody wrote:
November 24th 2022, 7:35pm
jason_recliner wrote:
November 24th 2022, 5:23pm
We don't do thanksgiving here but I hope you are all giving thanks and praise to your venerable and holy Lord the Turkey. Or some such.
Do you have a similar holiday where you roast an ostrich?
Interestingly, we only have farmed ostrichs here. Our native large flightless bird is called the emu.

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They are not very intelligent. We have many at our mine and I don't know what to do with them.

Emus not bad eating if seasoned beautifully (thank you, Gordon), marinated, skewered and cooked over a flame. But on our religious holidays we tend to throw a few shrimps on the barbie.
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Re: Happy Thanksgiving

Post by smellody » November 24th 2022, 8:12pm

jason_recliner wrote:
November 24th 2022, 7:46pm
smellody wrote:
November 24th 2022, 7:35pm
jason_recliner wrote:
November 24th 2022, 5:23pm
We don't do thanksgiving here but I hope you are all giving thanks and praise to your venerable and holy Lord the Turkey. Or some such.
Do you have a similar holiday where you roast an ostrich?
Interestingly, we only have farmed ostrichs here. Our native large flightless bird is called the emu.

Image

They are not very intelligent. We have many at our mine and I don't know what to do with them.

Emus not bad eating if seasoned beautifully (thank you, Gordon), marinated, skewered and cooked over a flame. But on our religious holidays we tend to throw a few shrimps on the barbie.
Jeabus! That chicken 🐔 looks delicious!
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