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Sunday, October 11, 2015

Vintage Graphic-Image Transfer.........

Thursday is Roast Pheasant Day. 
This one is too gorgeous to eat.
I actually have never had pheasant


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12 comments:

Faith A said...

What an amazing image, thank you.

I haven't eaten pheasant either, perhaps next time I see it on a menu?

(AJ) ArtJypsy said...

Gorgeous image. Thanks for sharing.

Suze said...

Can't say I have either - although I tend not to be that adventurous with food! Thanks for the great image Paulette.

Diana said...

Beautiful image. I also have never eaten. Don't what to.

Maxine D said...

Stunning image thanks Paulette
Blessings
Maxine

Kathleen said...

This is great for my masculine cards, thanks so much.

KraftyKoolKat said...

So beautiful. I have never eaten it either and I wouldn't know how to cook it. Lol!!! Thank once again sweetie.
Hugs
Cathy
xxxxx

Photomama said...

Very nice pheasant - thank you

PashaCou said...

Love the digi, thank you. The trick to pheasant is that you need to treat it like a turkey, stuff if and put it in the oven, they are awesome. My father used to hunt them and I can remember my mother hanging them up across the lawn to pluck them. We had them instead of chicken and turkey, I never had chicken until I was 7 and I still don't like them, lol. My grandmother got all the chickens when they were too old to lay eggs anymore. You really need to try one some day. You can get them at your butcher, your local grocery store will take orders for Thanksgiving. Just do not boil them! That's when they get rubbery.

Hugs,

Mel C said...

I really like this image, thank you Paulette!

Decosse's Dynamite Doodles said...

Beautiful. Thanks.

Danielle said...

Beautiful image! Pheasant is actually something I have eaten... a friend of mine who hunts got some and cooked it up for me. It was delicious in a bechamel sauce.