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Kammie’s Oddball Challenge: Beware of Turkey

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I visited a garden nursery a few weeks ago, and I was startled to see this sign:

Turkey

Okay. It wasn’t until a while later that I saw this darling. I socially distanced him. (Her?)

Turkey sign

I’d Rather be Dancing Turkish Folk Dances

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The Turks love to dance, and they have beautiful music to dance to. Here are some Turkish folk dances that we do with the Phoenix International Folk Dancers.

I used to teach Ali Paşa to my fifth graders:

Kirmizi Biber (means hot pepper):

Kendime (kids hear “Candy Man”):

Ordu:

Turkish hora, a variation on the Israeli hora:

Turkish Kiss actually originated in Israel:

There are other Turkish dances that we do at PIFD, but I couldn’t find good quality videos of them; but here are some other Turkish dances that I’ve never done.

Tuvak:

I feel like our group has done a dance by the name of Şemmamê, but I don’t remember these steps. Apparently there are multiple variations. This is a Kurdish dance:

Arabim Fellahi (My Arabic Farmer) features stomping and a little shoulder shimmy:

Bariş Halay has some interesting jump bounces and knee circles:

Guest Post: Upcycled Meat?!?

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Guest Post: Upcycled Meat?!?

Thank you to Donna of My OBT, who curated these wonderful leftover-turkey recipes for us.

My OBT

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Guest Post: Turkey Tutorial

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Just in time to make for Thanksgiving! See the finished product here. Thank you, Doreen, for this fabulous guest post and quilt project! Check out Doreen’s blog, Treadlemusic. She’s a free-motion quilting master.

Treadlemusic

I did find the directions for our feathered friend. I made this little piece 20+ years ago and am amazed I could come up with the pattern, since I can’t find things that I’ve just put away!!!!! It’s 2 pages and a tad putsy…not hard.  Turkey Pattern 1Turkey Pattern 2 I hope this is a “thumbs up” project for y’all but if there’s questions….I’m here for ya!!!!

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Wordless Wednesday: Happy Thanksgiving, You Big Turkey

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Wordless Wednesday: Happy Thanksgiving, You Big Turkey

Thanksgiving

by Andrea R Huelsenbeck