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SERVl.NC; run PHOPLEOF huntley since 19W) tE^k Jluntlep Jfarmsiibe USPS 580-360 THURSDAY November 27,1997 - VOLUME 37, NUMBER 34 - HUNTLEY, ILLINOIS TWENTY-FIVE CENTS TLC Preschool Four Year Old Classes The Butterfly Class Tyler Grodzki: Our turkey is fat & skinny and it stinks! Its disgusting when my dad cooks it. It cooks for 9 hours. Frankie Oliver: Our turkey weighs 60 pounds. We cook it at 600°, we put white bread inside. Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches might be good inside, too! Paige Vermillion: Mom makes the turkey. It's yummy. Addison our next door neighbor comes over to have the turkey with us. It's a heavy turkey. We cook it at 12° for a long time. Kelly Powers: I like turkey. Our turkey weights about 55 poimds. We cook it at 2° all day long. When the turkey is cut open I can see its belly! Trevor Wisniewski: Our turkey is as big as a ball! We cook it in a very hot oven, for 6 hours. We might put another turkey inside of it. It tastes good! Jeima Marsh: Our turkey weighs 31 pounds. We cook it for 90 minutes at 100°. We stuff our turkey with chicken & ham. Mama makes the turkey. Its yummy! Sarah Ostrander: Mom and Dad make the turkey. I think it weighs 50 pounds. We cook it in a really hot oven for 6 hours. We might put some raspberries inside. It's good! Allison Hoffman: Our turkey weighs about 20 pounds. We cook it for 11 hours at 100°. We stuff our turkey with stuff! Cody Schwartz: Our turkey weighs a hundred and big! We cook our turkey for about 40 minutes at 100°. We put ham inside the turkey. Caitlyn Gesicki: Our turkey is about 10 pounds. We cook it for 5 minutes at 1,000°. We could stuff our turkey with sugary stuff. Kelly Allison: We get a huge turkey. We cook it in a really hot oven for 10 hours. I think ice cream would taste good inside, but I still think turkey is yucky! We have Thanksgiving at Grandma's house. Emily Ball: We get a turkey that's as big as my 2 hands we cook it for 5 minutes in a really hot oven. We put pepper and salt and butter. Its yunmiy. I'd rather talk about what we eat for Valentines day, though! I love those chocolate hearts! Courtney Moen: Buy the turkey at the store by us - the Dairy Mart! A small one, one pound. Cook for 1 minute in the microwave. Have chicken, steak, and com with it. Coke to drink and yogurt for dessert! Heather Lynch: Get my turkey at the horse racer - it would be huger than die whole wide world - 61 pounds. We eat pumpkin seeds for Thanksgiving. Mom cooks the Turkey for 92 hours and she would stuff it with fish. Colby Sherman: I'd make turkey legs - they'd be 15 tall. Cory Bockenhauer: It would be this big - 2 pounds. Tyler Thompson: It cooks for 20 hours and weighs 20 pounds. Mom would get it from the turkey store. She would stuff it with crackers. Tyler Mazzeffi: Mom buys the turkey the Cowboy Western Place! She cooks it for 98 horns. It weighs 40 pounds and she stuffs it with real fish! The Rainbow Kids Kaytlyn Owens: Mom buys the turkey from the grocery store. She stuffs it with graham crackers and it weighs 50-40 pounds. Kaily Anderson: My moih gets her turkey from her farm. My dad has a farm. It weighs 80 poimds and she put pizza inside! She cooks it for 1 hour. Becca Walczak: I would do salt, pepper, and chocolate, maybe some eggs and stir it up. Monmiy would put it in the oven because die oven would be hot. It would be maybe 24 pounds and 24 feet. I think cook it for 24 hours. Maybe have ketchup with it. That's all! David Ziller: Maybe you get it at the Huntley store over there. Put gooey and cake on it. I'd make it at my house for maybe 6 minutes. Have some, maybe chicken and ice cream with it! Michael Krach: But it at a grocery shopping - 15 pounds 7 inches tall. Put it in the oven and cook for 7 minutes. You have a pig and food with it. Ice cream for a dessert. Ashley Moreano: You get it at Walmart - you put sugar and salt and pepper on it. Cook it outside for 7 minutes. Drink milk and have ice cream! Dalton Slater; Mom buys the turkey at the store and then cooks it for 10 minutes. I would help out in smffing it with Gold Fish - a 40 pound turkey. Jacob Staab: Mom gets from the grocery store and cooks it with cookies in it.-50,000 pound- about 50 hundred seconds. Deanne Kennedy: It would be 13 pounds you put rice inside - cook it for 10 hours and put Country Bob's on it. I think I'd buy it at Pizza Hut! Megan Glissendorf: I'd put goldfish in it. It be 12 pounds, I'd get a huge one. Cook it about 120 minutes - I'd have Kool-aid to drink. I'd get my turkey turkey! Katelyn Kohley; It probably would be 35 pounds. Stuff it with apples. Cook it for 50 seconds. Buy it at the grocery store in Huntley. Lauren Hecker: Buy it in a grocery store. It would be like from over here to all the way over here. Cook it in the stove for 2 minutes. Then eat it! Briotma Herrmatm: Get it from the grocery store. It would weigh 11 pounds. Bake it for 6 minutes! Samantha DelGhinaro: Buy it at the store. It would weigh 10 pounds. Cook it in the oven for 10 minutes. Eat it! The Sunflower Kids Kirsten Weissman: Get a turkey from the store. Because people buy food at die store. It should weigh 30 pounds. Put it somewhere good, like in your food closet. Cook it like this (makes a stirring motion with hand). Then pick it up with a spoon & put it somewhere. Stir it for a short time. Cassidy Moore: I would go at the store. It would weigh 100 pounds. Stuff with turkey. Then I would put it in the oven & cook it for 2 minutes. Then it's done. Lynette Mazur: Buy it a farm. It would weigh 1 pound. Just cook it for 3 minutes. Eat it! Kellie VanAcker: Get a turkey from the oven. It would weigh 7 pounds. Stuff it with meat. Cook for 8 hours! Travis Clausen: Buy a turkey at a farm. It should weigh 2,000 pounds. Feed it & give it water. Make it sleep. Make it go Cock-a-doodle-doo! Cook it for 1 time in your oven. Use a spatula to get the turkey out! Michael Kamper: For Thanksgiving we have turkey. It weighs 30 pounds and takes 10 minutes to cook. I like to eat chips and popsicles with my turkey. We eat it with some people! Isabela Kaczmarek: We get a huge nirkey that mom stuffs with apples. We cook it in the microwave for 3 minutes. The turkey taste like a pumpkin! Breanne Burry; Mom puts it in the oven. Then takes it out. Puts it on a plate and we eat. The turkey weighs 5 pounds and mom stuffs it with chicken! The Busy Bees Lucy Patke: My Thanksgiving turkey weighs 1 pound. My mom stuffs it with seeds, pretzels, and carrots. She cooks it for 4 days at 40 °! Kyle Maurer: For Thanksgiving we eat turkey and chicken. It weighs a lot. Mom cooks the turkey in the pan and puts it in the oven. You have to cook it real fast because all the people are very himgry! Ronnie Arder: For Thanksgiving dirmer we have a turkey that mom buys at Target. The turkey tastes like chicken. The oven is very hot and mom cooks it for 3 minutes! Breanna Hansmeyer: For Thanks¬ giving we have Spagetti-o's and turkey. Mom stuffs it with com dogs! The oven is very hot and she cooks it for 5 rhinutes. The turkey taste like Chicken McNuggets! A.J. Pittas: For Thanksgiving I am not going to eat anything! I don't like turkey! Taylor Schaefer: For Thanksgiving we eat turkey, ham, rice, and macaroni & cheese. The turkey weighs 50 pounds. The temperature in the oven is very hot and cooks for 20 minutes! The Shining Stars Michael Keman: I'd get it from the freezer and put it in the oven. I think it weighs 40 pound. I'd stuff it with stuffing, of course! Danny Fashoda: I would put it in the microwave oven and cook it 1500 minutes or 150 hours. The turkey weighs 10.5 potmds. We got it from the store. Oh, stuff it with fur and ketchup! Zachary Miller: I'd cook it. I think it weighs 2 pounds. Frank Cusimano: I'd cook it in the fireplace. I don't know, maybe 100 pounds. We buy it at a farm. Maybe I'm putting stuffing in it. Kinsey Wright: I'd put it in water to cook it, stuffed with beef. It'd be a giant one - 84 pounds! We got it at the mall. Jamie Gent: I'd get it at the grocery store. Put oil in the pan, then the turkey, and cook it 16 hours. I'd put salt inside it. Morgan Schmitz: We get it at the store and it weighs 50 pounds I think! Cook it in the oven as long as macaroni and cheese! Daimy Mistro: It would be a little turkey. I'd put it on the grill to cook. I'd stuff it with paper! Johnathon; I'd get the turkey at the baker's. I'd cook it on the stove. It weighs 5 pounds. I'd use peppermint for stuffing and another little turkey! Alex Jagla: I bake it in the stove. It would be 50 inches long and 4 pounds. It would cook 10 hours. Camille Gutmann; Put it in the oven. It'll be as big as me. Cook for 1 hour. I'll put sauce in it! Zachary Shirmer: We get it at the store. It'll weigh 100 pounds and cook for 70 hours! Rachael Johnson: Buy it at the store. It would weigh 5 pounds. Inside bacon, salt, and pepper in the stuffing. Put it on the stove and cook it for 5 minutes - then eat it! Matt Slavic: I'd buy it at the bam. It would weigh 150 pounds. Stuff it with water. Cook it on the stove for 60 hours and eat it! Adam Reed: Go to the store. The turkey would weigh 25 pounds. Stuff it with salt. Stir it. Cook it in the oven for 5 minutes. Take it out and eat it! Kendra Alesi: You eat it and I eat it!!
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
|Description||Weekly Newspaper from the Huntley Area Public Library Collection|
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