Check out this funny video on funnyordie.com
WARNING: this is a G-rated video but not everything on that site is.
I know it's a little late (unless you're doing a bird for Christmas) but this link will give you all the directions you'll ever need for brining and roasting a turkey. I use Alton Brown's technique every year and it's never let me down...
Another Maxalt user here. Without that stuff I'd have trouble functioning several times a month. Thank goodness I have health insurance, though. I get mine for 9 for $15 but without insurance it would be $180!
If you're looking to economize without sacrificing nutrition then add the flax seed to your own diet rather than the chickens'. It's a much more efficient and cost effective way of getting more omega-3 fatty acids in your diet.
As one watercolorist to another, those are really good. You're not charging NEARLY enough, though. You could ask at least double what you are for that size. Note to everyone on BYC.....buy one now before he raises his prices!!
ok....I did it....I googled TOAD IN A HOLE...
IT is english in origin...a loaf of unrisen dough with an egg an sausage put in the well of the bread...baked in the oven.
Well thank goodness! I was starting to think my family was nuts calling something "toad-in-a-hole" all these years.
I found two weird eggs in the roost area this week. One was a no-shell.....no big mystery there. But the other was odd-colored. It was medium brown on one half and light brown on the other. It was as if it had been dipped half-way down in Easter egg dye with a perfect demarcation between the...
They're called toad-in-a-hole, people! It's one of my favorite things for breakfast. You save the hole, toast it in butter along with the rest of it, then place it on top of the egg hole before eating.
Geez, that guy is a grade-A moron! My favorite comment in response to his column was this one:
When I turn on Lon's light in the middle of the night, he wakes up. What an idiot. It's not morning yet.
I locked Lon in a 2' x 3' cube, which is plenty of space to write insipid newspaper columns...