|kodenn - dinde - turkey|
A little while ago, I heard a sister saying something about kodenn (turkey in Kreyol). Sure enough, we are having turkey for Christmas dinner at the Foyer Notre Dame, our home for elderly, indigent women with no one to care for them. I should have guessed: turkeys are being sold on sidewalks around town, and I haven't seen so many before.
Then I put two and two together.
Well, at least he has been relatively free range.