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Day 11: Sharing Cornbread

One of the perks of sharing a flock with only one other being (without feathers) is that all meals are shared between just two flock mates.

This means there is always enough for both flock mates….unless, of course, the flock mate with the feathers really, really likes what is served, or is really, really hungry (or both).

Also, since being born with feathers naturally includes possessing a more sensitive palate, the featherless flockmate always has a reliable “taste tester” to tell her whether the dish is good or not.

Is this lunch, Mom?
Is this lunch, Mom? Oh, good – I’m very hungry.
I'll just dig in and let you know what I think.
I’ll just dig in and let you know what I think.
Did you make this dish yourself, Mom? It tastes better than what you usually make.
Did you say you made this dish yourself, Mom? It tastes better than what you usually make.
I'll just have some more....for "quality control" purposes.
I’ll just have some more….for “quality control” purposes, of course.
I'm pretty sure Grandma made this dish, Mom. It tastes really good.
I’m pretty sure Grandma made this dish, Mom. It tastes really, really good.
Nom, nom, nom....
Nom, nom, nom….
Yup - has Grandma's culinary skill written all over it. Would you mind fixing yourself a different piece, Mom?
Yup – this has Grandma’s culinary skill written all over it. Would you mind fixing yourself a different piece, Mom?

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

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