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Dog Team Nome Alaska 1906 Postcard

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Note the postmark – Seattle April 9 1912 I can’t make out the address the card was sent to. Any suggestions

I just love the image of those howling dogs.

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A Jersey Cow – This postcard takes a Half-Penny Stamp as shown below on the reverse side.. The milk-maid looks dark skinned. I wonder if this card would have been from one of Britain’s colonies. And her milking stool looks African. Correct me if I’m wrong.

Alligator Anyone?

Looking for new ideas in the kitchen?

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GUEST POST BY RACHEL RIZZI

If you haven’t eaten alligator, you should really give it a try. You may have heard the old adage that it tastes just like chicken. Not really. It’s actually a lot better. Alligator used for food preparation usually only includes the tail meat so don’t try this with a dead gator you find on the side of the road. Packaged alligator tail meat can be found nationwide. It tends to be a bit pricey, usually at $15 per pound, but a little goes a long way. For those of you with an adventurous streak, here’s a recipe that you’re sure to enjoy.

FRIED ALLIGATOR

INGREDIENTS

1 lb. Louisiana alligator meat (tenderloin or sirloin cuts of tail meat), cut into chunks
Salt
Freshly ground black pepper
Flour, for dredging
1 cup buttermilk
1 cup hot sauce
1 bottle store bought ranch dressing, for dipping

DIRECTIONS

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