Yesterday, I took Big Brother to school. Since it was his day to bring snacks, I got to
Outside the classroom, each student had written instructions for how to prepare a Thanksgiving turkey. They were learning about "steps": First, Next, Last, etc.
I noticed most of the children wrote, "First, you buy a turkey at Store X".
Big Brother's "essay" started a little differently, and I share his recipe with you now.
First, you catch a turkey outside.
Next, you put salt on it and cook it in a frying pot for 1 minute.
Last, you eat it with your mom.
Hmm...sounds like a very interesting recipe for "Rare Wild Turkey".
A number of questions follow, including: 1) Do you kill the turkey first or cook it alive?, 2) Does it still have feathers?, 3) Can I get an antibiotic prescription for Salmonella since it only cooks for a minute?
That's okay, honey. You can have the neck.
See you on Fatherhood Friday,