Suk Mai Cock Poultry Farm  

angelofmercy5 58F
12148 posts
6/7/2006 9:37 am

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Suk Mai Cock Poultry Farm

I have houseguests here from out of town. First of all, let me say that they are not very much trouble....but no matter....it still takes up alot of my time. And of course....hubby is out of town...and missing all of the fun. So, I apologize for not being here as often...and not getting to spend as much time in your blogs as I like to. I just looked at my Watched Blogs list...and it's all lit up yellow as the yolk of a chicken egg.

Which brings me to my point of the day. Our guests eat only organic food, and while I try to keep healthy food in my house....I can't afford ALL organic. I try to buy organic veggies and fruits whenever possible....but sometimes it is just too costly. But they eat out often...and I thought it would be nice to offer to cook for them tonight. So, I asked them if they'd like to just have dinner here and I would cook my world famous Honey French Chicken.. They asked if it was "free range chicken".

I said NO. But I'd offer to thrown the chicken breasts up in the air and give them one last chance to fly before I cooked them!!!

HAPPY HUMP DAY!


rm_Keystone3812 65M
583 posts
6/7/2006 10:07 am

DON'T overdo, Sweet Angel............. Take care of yourself.


angelofmercy5 replies on 6/7/2006 1:30 pm:
Key....my friend! I promise that I won't overdo it! I actually went to bed last night before they came home....and they didn't mind!

PassionKisses4Me 44F

6/7/2006 11:14 am

OMG I so love your sense of humor girl...LMAO

BTW what time is dinner...I will bring the dessert

Becky


~Becky~


angelofmercy5 replies on 6/7/2006 1:32 pm:
Hey Becky! How about 6:30......and what's for dessert??? love ya!

rm_pagan380 64M
4405 posts
6/7/2006 11:39 am

Please, send me your Honey French Chicken recipe. I do love to try new ways to cook Chicken since I eat it so often.
Truly, "Hollywood the First" Pagan Gypsy King of all MUFFLAND Trailer Trash!


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angelofmercy5 replies on 6/7/2006 1:33 pm:
Pagan....I'll send it to you gladly! And you will love it! And I do love your new name! What did Mrsmuffland think of it?

Whispersoftly5 52F
15176 posts
6/7/2006 11:44 am

LOL! You are too funny!!!

Whisper...


angelofmercy5 replies on 6/7/2006 1:34 pm:
Whisper....I'm wondering how you are doing? I'm trying not to tempt you into an orgasm......are you winning the battle???

Bladesong 40F
476 posts
6/7/2006 11:50 am

LMAO thats great Angel. I agree with others please try not to overdo it as I would hate to see something happen to you. That Honey french chicken sounds good!

~It is better to have loved and lost than to have never loved!

Be Good to those around you!

Blade


angelofmercy5 replies on 6/7/2006 1:35 pm:
Blade....I'm being careful! I am trying real hard to just listen to what my body is telling me to do! I'll have to send the recipe out if you'd like it.

westhill2006 53M

6/7/2006 1:00 pm

They'd never fucking know angel,say nothing and serve it up,lol...
K


angelofmercy5 replies on 6/7/2006 1:40 pm:
Westhill....it's true...if they didn't see it...and I didn't tell them, I don't think they'd ever know!

Myhoneysrooster 68M
882 posts
6/7/2006 1:06 pm

You are a lot nicer than I am.
I'd cook, say come and get it and make no apologies.

I could not imagine going to visit someone, stay over as a G U E S T
and then proceed to impose on their hospitality.
If I was staying over and didn't like the food, I'd simply make the excuse that you were already being to kind to me and insist on taking you out for lunch and dinner.
If you take the chicken out of its growing pen, put it outside for 48 hours and let it scratch around some it can then be sold as a higher costing free range chicken.

They couldn't tell you the difference in taste if their lives depended on it.

You have to be a true Angel


angelofmercy5 replies on 6/7/2006 1:42 pm:
Myhoney....I think you'd be an easy houseguest to have! They are actually doing alot of eating out on their own....and spending time with their grandbaby! But I do feel bad that I can't really afford to buy the organic meats...they are like twice the price. Now...if they want to buy it, I'll be glad to cook it!

papyrina 51F
21133 posts
6/7/2006 1:07 pm

just tell them yes they are and they won't even know the differance


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and
i'm here to stay


angelofmercy5 replies on 6/7/2006 1:46 pm:
Papy...unfortunately they saw the package already! But, I'll remember that for the next time!

horny4770 60M
8158 posts
6/7/2006 1:25 pm

I attempt to eat organic when at home, and yes it is costly...but when in Rome, I do as the Roman's do!

I hope you don't overdo with your world famous chicken....

Happy Hump Day!!

H.


angelofmercy5 replies on 6/7/2006 1:43 pm:
Horny...I'm so doing a happy dance for you! And I have to agree...when in Rome.....! I'm a somewhat picky eater myself, but when I'm a guest, I can always find something to eat and something good to say about it! love ya!

Whispersoftly5 52F
15176 posts
6/7/2006 1:37 pm

Sweet Angel I may be in trouble on the orgasm denial wager. I left a post about it but it's not appeared yet. If you get a chance please check it out and wish me luck, as I am reallllly going to need it!

Whisper...


angelofmercy5 replies on 6/7/2006 1:47 pm:
Whisper....I'll check it out then! And you have my support! I don't know how you're doing it....because the better I feel, the more I want sex......and I still have 2 weeks to wait!

Looking0100 54M

6/7/2006 2:00 pm

Angel,

You are cooking chicken for your guests? That is nice. Have fun and enjoy. Maybe you will invite me over if I am nice here.

Also very weird name you have there as your blog title. Did you pick that up yourself, or find a store or restaurant with that name or something very similar?

I have lots of questions I could ask. But, I choose not to do so, because I want to keep you as a friend. I hope that means something to you.

Your friend,

Jon C.


angelofmercy5 replies on 6/7/2006 8:03 pm:
Looking...the title came off of the poster that is the picture on this blog. Not original.

rm_FreeLove999 46F
16127 posts
6/7/2006 2:23 pm

my policy on houseguests that are picky eaters is: get them to cook for you!



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angelofmercy5 replies on 6/7/2006 8:04 pm:
Free.....that is a wonderful idea! I will suggest that for another night while they are here. But if everything they make tastes like sawdust......I'll let you know! lol

JazzDlight 59F

6/7/2006 2:48 pm

LMAO that was funny as hell. Thank you so much for the giggle after a rough day at work. Hugs, Jazz


angelofmercy5 replies on 6/7/2006 8:05 pm:
Jazz...you are SO welcome! And you always make me smile when you visit me here!

SacredStarDance

6/7/2006 2:49 pm

lmao...thats it..you do the research on how to clean coffee of a plasma screne... I still have spots from the last time you made me choke up laughing
don't work to hard

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angelofmercy5 replies on 6/7/2006 8:06 pm:
Mrsmuff....oh no! Not again. Okay...I'll get off of here and research coffee removal from plasma screens! Sorry....lol

firestarter665 42M/39F

6/7/2006 2:59 pm

I understand about organic foods being costly. My one son has chemical sensitvities and thank goodness that Target has alot more natural foods than the supermarkets.

I always try to give my houseguests what they are used to, even if it means spending a little more. This is probably the reason why I am broke.


angelofmercy5 replies on 6/7/2006 8:07 pm:
Firestarter...I do too...within reason. And honestly...these are great people...and they bring alot of their own food with them. I had no idea that Target had organic foods. I don't think our Target even has much in the way of food. Is it a super Target?

VATraveler1948 68M

6/7/2006 3:19 pm

Angel, just tell them that you are only concerned about their safety. I read something recently that said that it was expected that free range chickens have a much greater risk of contacting avian flu that do regular caged chickens.

I love the icon, and the chicken sounds great, what time is dinner?


angelofmercy5 replies on 6/7/2006 8:08 pm:
VAT....I read that somewhere too! And dinner is served whatever time you can get here.

MaggiesWishes 59F

6/7/2006 3:27 pm

ROFLMAO double time!!!

I swear, if you throw up those chicken breasts, those folks will know you have pain killers hidden somewhere in the house ... hey, now there's an idea ... maybe the regular chicken can take one, and fly without your assistance... sounds free range to me

Take it easy, dear and don't over due yaself.
It's never easy when company come to calling right after surgery, damn those folks
warm huggies sweet lady
Keep us informed of your welfare {=}


angelofmercy5 replies on 6/7/2006 8:08 pm:
Maggie....honestly, I'm doing great! But I am wearing myself out a little more than I should! Thank you for caring.

southrnpeach333 50F

6/7/2006 3:33 pm

i am sure the chicken had free range in your freezer...does that count?


angelofmercy5 replies on 6/7/2006 8:09 pm:
Peach...hey that's right! That chicken had free range of the entire freezer! lol That's a good one!

digdug41 49M

6/7/2006 3:35 pm



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angelofmercy5 replies on 6/7/2006 8:10 pm:
Digdug....I love the new picture! How ya been my friend?

vrec_dawn 39M

6/7/2006 3:51 pm

Fly free!

**THUMP**

...Or not.

Heh heh.

But hey, umm ... you could lie to them. Oh, yeah, sure, it's free range chicken...

Of course what I don't get is why it's okay for them to not eat organic stuff when they eat out? Or does every place that they eat at have to cook with only organic food too?

And how do they possibly manage that at home? Are they farmers or something?

I'm baffled. I mean it's a cool thing to support, and when you can afford it endulge, but ... reality check please.


angelofmercy5 replies on 6/7/2006 8:11 pm:
Vrec....I know that when they eat out they don't have organic food. So, they just make the best choices possible. Really...I did throw the chicken in the air.....but the darn bird didn't fly!

interested13563 53M
2557 posts
6/7/2006 4:12 pm

I also prefer organic foods. However, there are some subtle points.
A particular food product is classified as "organic" if the producer
can claim that is it organic above a certain percentage determined by
the FDA. Some organic products have essentially no differences from
other ones as far as the nutritional value is concerned. Others are
substantially different and you can taste the difference. Chicken is
a case like that. Often organic products are consumed by those who
have a lot of money (often to waste) and occasionally as a fashion
statement. Enjoy your chicken!!!


angelofmercy5 replies on 6/7/2006 8:01 pm:
Interested.....I think there are many of us that would prefer organic....but until the prices come back a little more in line....most of us can't! The chicken was great!

imLadyBambi 58M/50F

6/7/2006 4:21 pm

Angel,

LMAO!!!

That's too funny!

Yes, we have been missing you.

Lady Bambi


angelofmercy5 replies on 6/7/2006 8:00 pm:
Hey you two! You have been so funny lately in your blog! And a little mischieveous too....lol! Poor Whisper!

normalornaught 34M

6/7/2006 4:27 pm

That is too funny. Somehow for Thanksgiving my wife sent me to the store to get a turkey and not being so educated in turkeys I bought some specialty organic free range turkey. There was no price on the turkey and I got up to the register and she rang it up and said $ 98.00 and some change. Now me being ignorent about turkeys coupled with the fact that I am unable due to pride to say wait a minute I am not paying $ 98.00 and change for a turkey. So I paid the money and called my wife and told her she was not happy of her decision to send me to buy a turkey. Of course I had to tell the people I work with so between them and my wife along with my kids I get mercilessly teased about my turkey. But on the other hand it was delicious.


angelofmercy5 replies on 6/7/2006 7:59 pm:
LMAO! Now that is funny.....$98 for a turkey! Well, I bet it did taste good. And just think....you made a thanksgiving memory that no one will ever forget!

rm_DarknStar 54F
2823 posts
6/7/2006 8:18 pm

I feel like a dumbie here, Whats free range chicken?.....is that where they did run free on the range or maybe just the farm, before having there heads cut off and plucked!


angelofmercy5 replies on 6/7/2006 9:04 pm:
Dark....yep! That's it. And they eat what they want, etc. Supposed to taste better and be better for you. In other words...they are not given hormones to make them grow faster so they can be killed faster! And they charge you about 3x what they charge for regular chicken.

impish_pixie 54F
6867 posts
6/7/2006 9:32 pm

You're not really lying if you tell them yes. I mean...chickens are "free" to go wherever they want within the compounds of their home...and if that home happens to have a "range" (Hot Point, Whirlpool, etc...) in it...well then yep...they are free to jump on the "range" and do a little fire dance. (Remember...ANYTHING in the world can be rationalized...)

I make mistakes, I am out of control & at times hard to handle. But if you can't handle me at my worst, then you sure as hell don't deserve me at my best. ~Marilyn


angelofmercy5 replies on 6/8/2006 7:49 am:
Impish....now that's Funny! I wish I'd thought of the "range" part of that.....and mine is a Whirlpool!!!!! LMAO!

micahbiguns 50M

6/7/2006 10:06 pm

Ha ha ha You have a wicked sence of humor


angelofmercy5 replies on 6/8/2006 7:48 am:
Micah.....and you love it don't you? Actually, Impishpixie's comment before yours is even better!

firestarter665 42M/39F

6/8/2006 3:07 am

The Target by us is not a Super Target. The new Targets that they are building have large food sections. They don't have fresh foods (like meats or fruits), but they do have a brand Called Archer Farms which is pretty good about being organic. And being that it is sold at Target, it is not too costly.


angelofmercy5 replies on 6/8/2006 7:47 am:
Firestarter....how interesting. I'm going to have to go and look at our target. Thanks sweetie.

rm_DarknStar 54F
2823 posts
6/8/2006 9:30 am

    Quoting rm_DarknStar:
    I feel like a dumbie here, Whats free range chicken?.....is that where they did run free on the range or maybe just the farm, before having there heads cut off and plucked!
WOW Angel I had NO ideal, I guess that was a lucky guess on my part. My dad calls "free range chickens" **Dirty scratchin chickens**!

Well I do learn something NEW here in blogland everyday! Thanks for fillin me in! Have a Good One!


rm_cru1972 44M
4407 posts
6/8/2006 4:50 pm

I would have made it do the chicken dance and said "That organic enough?"


rm_coathanger1 48M
859 posts
6/9/2006 5:26 pm

Your house guests would drive me nuts.

My response to the fre range would have been something like, Well, I payed for it so it wasn't free but it's definately going to be in the range shortly.


OboesHonedIambs 62F

6/17/2006 2:20 pm

I could never afford houseguests like that!

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