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Saturday, July 29, 2006

It's all about the food {Game 1}

It's lunch time in the great state of Kansas. Good time for me to get you guys into the mood. Your first challenge, if you choose to except it, is a scavenger hunt. Internet style. The first 3 to return with links to everything I ask for, will have there names placed into a hat, and drawn. Why 3 and not just the first person you ask. Because some of us are dial-up users and I want to give them chance.

The winner will receive and nice assortment of home grown dried herbs {in nice fancy containers}. If you wish to keep this prize, wonderful. Or you can always choose what's behind curtain number 3.

Go find me;

an article on filling in a lagoon

a picture of a blonde child at a state fair

A recipe using Kansas wheat

A recipe that I wrote about for a grilled chicken marinade {hint look in the side bar}

A picture of a dancing chicken

a link to the worlds largest ball of twine

on your marks



get set


go!

5 comments:

mysterylady36 said...

Ok, I'm not playing the scavenger hunt game, but I have a question.

What have you grown in your garden that as a child you would have never eaten? And what did you make with it?

Polli said...

My answers (this was hard!)


1) http://www.bellinghamherald.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20060306/NEWS07/603060341

2) http://www.vermontstatefair.net/images/ChildC.gif

3) http://www.kswheat.com/general.asp?id=334

4) GRILLED CHICKEN MARINADE
7 cup water; 4 cup vinegar; 1 cup oil; 1 Tbs butter; 1 Tbs Worcestershire sauce; ½ Tbs paprika

Bring all ingredients to a boiling a large sauce pan. Dip chicken pieces to coat, and use it to baste chicken while on the grill Remaining sauce should be refrigerated. When ready to reuse, heat and follow same directions as above.

5) http://www.catheletts.com/Daze/Images2/FUNNY/etplanet.com_picture102.gif

6) http://skyways.lib.ks.us/towns/Cawker/twine.html

Marina said...

not biting on the game (gotta clean my house some more), but just checking in.

So, what did you have for lunch?

I had 2 Cheerios and a big glass of lemonade.

Anonymous said...

1.Filling in a lagoon:
http://www.extension.uiuc.edu/~vista/html_pubs/LAGOON/lagoon.html
(not sure if this is what you meant but it looked interesting!)

2. Blonde kid at a state fair:
http://counties.cce.cornell.edu/Yates/4H/Photos/4-H%27ers%20in%20Action%20Photos/State%20Fair.jpg

3. Kansas Wheat recipe:
http://www.kswheat.com/general.asp?id=331

4. Grilled Chicken Marinade:
http://www.all-foods-natural.com/cookbook/marinades.html#CHICKEN

5. Dancing Chicken
http://www.roneinhaus.com/dancing%20chicken.jpeg

6. Largest ball of twine
http://skyways.lib.ks.us/towns/Cawker/twine.html

Rendiru said...

My answers:

1. an article on filling in a lagoon:
http://www.deq.state.or.us/nwr/Ross_Island/update0106.pdf

2. a picture of a blonde child at a state fair:
http://www.vermontstatefair.net/

3. A recipe using Kansas wheat:
http://www.wheatmania.com/allaboutwheat/recipes/festivalofbreads/buttermilkwheatberrybread.htm

4. A recipe that I wrote about for a grilled chicken marinade {hint look in the side bar}:
http://www.all-foods-natural.com/cookbook/marinades.html#CHICKEN

5. A picture of a dancing chicken:
http://www.lifeisajoke.com/pictures81_html.htm

6. a link to the worlds largest ball of twine:
http://skyways.lib.ks.us/towns/Cawker/twine.html

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