What are the odds that there would be two mentions of eating raccoon here today? But Andrew Zimmern is hardly the only one snacking down on The Other Grey Meat this weekend. Saturday night, a half hour west of Milwaukee, will be the 85th Annual Raccoon Feed at the American Legion Hall in Delafield, Wisconsin. Lest you wonder why this event out of many oddball small town-Americana events rates a mention today, there are two reasons. One, this event seems to exercise a strange pull on the imaginations of Chicago foodies, as evidenced by the fact that Louisa Chu has written about it at WBEZ, and David Hammond has done the same at the Sun-Times this week, and Cathy Lambrecht of the Greater Midwest Foodways Association, who introduced everyone to it, has been tweeting and Facebooking up a storm. Second, this event has a Chicago connection no other church supper or Elks Hall dinner can claim— it inspired a dish at Moto which made it into Time magazine. Read the strange but true story at, well, any of the above links, or in a video about the event made a few years ago by your humble correspondent, which is below.