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Hey BradNot sure if you are actually looking for an answer, but feta can come from either sheep or goat milk...In Greece it is most traditionally made with sheep's milk.BD
chickens, now that is sweet..dinner table discussions are a lot of fun. I can remember those days...good memories.
Feet cheese?(Just pretending I'm there with you, Floyd, and that other kid)
to knumb...so you have a blog too?
My family and I once convinced a person that you could milk a chicken... If you could milk a chicken, then the most likely cheese you would make would probably be Feta, or perhaps a Gouda.
Feet cheese? Now, why didn't I think of that. Yes, the boys and I had fun with this one... though Cathy might have just been rolling her eyes. Still, it will make memories for the boys!I actually didn't know if it was sheep or goats (I figured not chicken)... thanks.That's hilarious that you actually convinced someone that you could milk a chicken!
Brad,When are you going to admit that you were the one who suggested chicken?Andy The Parsimonious
S.S. Stone...No, I have a perfunctory 1 entry blog on blogspot, then I realized that I don't really have much to say these days... Orange County has flattened me to two dimensions, and all I could think of was a poor man's Dennis Miller rant about said locale (actually, the way this place is going downhill). I have a personal website at johnwright.com that I get motivated about a couple of times a year. Your blog is quite interesting.
Actually, Andy, it's worse than that. My oldest son, Gus, made the joke about chickens (which was pretty funny), and I spent several minutes trying to figure out if you really could milk chickens.
What happened to your blond brother?
Brad's blonde brother is now getting kicked in the knuts.
to knumb:"I realized that I don't really have much to say these days"-I think you may have more to say than you realize...it's great reading your comments to your brothers posts!I did visit johnwright.com -really wonderful! Beautiful,awesome pictures of all of you -truly blessed with a wonderful family!
S.S. Stone... you are very sweet. Yes, I am blessed with a lovely family. My daughter is something of a miracle baby and my wife and I are happiest playing with her.On that note, the first Uncle or Aunt she called by name was "Unca Brad."Let's see if that gets him back out before the summer is over.
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