Connor and Rowan Tell Their Stories Tales of growing up in Sitka, Alaska

June 11, 2009

The wild food day

Filed under: Uncategorized — Connor @ 7:53 am

After we were fishing at CJ Strike in Idaho, we were picking currants and the mosquitoes were attacking us so we didn’t stay there for very long. We put the currants in pancakes and they were delicious. I also got to flip my own egg and take it out. The egg was from the place where we saw the chickens. It was from one of the chickens. pancakeconnorfryingegg1


  1. Did the egg look more yellow in the middle than the ones we get from the store? Maybe we can figure out a way to get some chickens or ducks and collect their eggs.

    It looks like there were blue and red currants, did they all taste the same?

    Comment by Dad — June 15, 2009 @ 12:18 pm

  2. It was a purplish blue color on the currant and yes they tasted the same.
    The yolk was darker and it was a smaller egg than the ones we get in the store.

    Comment by Rowan — June 16, 2009 @ 6:40 am

  3. Grams made a mistake – the comment above was from Connor.

    Comment by Connor — June 16, 2009 @ 6:41 am

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