Re: NANFA-- food at the convention
Tue, 5 Sep 2000 22:48:52 EDT

In a message dated 9/5/00 7:35:55 PM US Central Standard Time, writes:

<< I had some snapping turtle soup in Amish Country Pa, once, in a mennonite
(I think) restaurant. Really good. The meat was light, light (dare I say)
chicken. But the cook used too much worctershire sauce. >>

I stopped by the DNR area at this years State Fair the day they were giving
out cooked game to the crowd. The turtle soup probably didn't have too much
turtle in it. The barbecued beaver tasted kind of funny. The venison and
fish were normal tasting.

Might be interesting if those who harvest their own food all brought
something to share. I'll try to bring a couple pheasant if I get any this

Chuck Church
Indianapolis, Indiana USA

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