Thanksgiving brings about choices. Traditionally, a turkey is served with the feast. Even the most powerful leader in the world (the President) selects a turkey for the table at the White House. Talk about being on death row. Anyway, I digress.
I've never been much for turkey. It always seems a bit dry to me. In our family, there is always a ham that is available as well. There's nothing better than a boneless ham cooked slowly in Pepsi. The last few years, we've also enjoyed a fried turkey. It seems to keep it's juices a little more and who doesn't love anything if fried?
What's your meat of choice? If you haven't decided yet, may I suggest something (even though I haven't indulged yet)?
The largest item on any menu in the world is probably the roast camel, sometimes served at Bedouin wedding feasts. The camel is stuffed with a sheep's carcass, which is stuffed with chickens, which are stuffed with fish, which are stuffed with eggs.
- The Amazing Book of Useless Information
1) Is anyone in the West brave enough?
2) Where would I obtain a camel to roast?
3) My family is quite big. But just how many can you serve with this meal?
4) Any idea of who the original chef might be? I haven't seen Emeril Lagasse attempt anything so extravagant.
Anything you want to add? Have a Happy Thankgiving. Enjoy your family and friends. But more importantly, recognize where your blessings come from.
a Spirit-saturated existence
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