Turkey Drumstick Like the People of Yore

I love going to the Renaissance Festival in Georgia and in Texas.

Eating turkey drumsticks elsewhere lacks the authenticity of royalty and festivity evident at the festival.

After I visit the jousting area, Shakespeare's theater, the name station, and other exhibitions of interest, I grab a golden-brown drumstick. 

I love to speak with Renaissance actors and actresses who dress in the fashion of yore and speak the English language of yore.

Fast forward: These turkey drumsticks are home-baked. As delicious as they are, they lack the ambiance of the Renaissance Festival.

--Frances Ohanenye maintains this visual "cookbook" that features processes and ingredients in pictures. The offerings have evolved into vegetarian and food-allergy recipes. Other cooks and chefs should calibrate according to their locale, availability, and preference. Click on "Open Source Cooking" (http://www.virgyskitchenandgarden.com/p/kitchen-sample.html) for additional information. Thanks for visiting.


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