Starving off the Land
Figuring out first-hand food
He makes things all right.
I can’t tell who looks more contented…
True! But why is the chicken pretending to be a duck? Do tell!
That second picture was Kevin’s attempt to break Blondie’s broodiness. If you can cool down a chicken’s chest, it can break the hormone cycle. It didn’t work, though, so we had to put her in the cage where she can’t hunker down. This has the same effect, but over a longer period of time.
I think it’s clear from these photos that wily turkey has lulled Kevin to sleep *again* and is going to make a break for the cat-flap any second. Do you have the next photo in the series where the tukey is caught in the ‘fridge covered in potato salad, and pecking open his second beer?
Kingsley, I’ll never be able to look at that picture in quite the same light. That’s just hilarious.
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Tamar Haspel has been writing about food and health for over a decade. She recently moved from Manhattan to Cape Cod. She’s adjusting well. Read More…
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