Here's a slice of small-town America served next to a heaping plate of an unusual meat. Since the 1920s, the American Legion Post in Delafield, Wisconsin has hosted a raccoon dinner to support its youth sports programs. Even as the World War II vets who run it get older and the town itself becomes a suburb of Milwaukee, the spirit of the old Delafield— a place where you hunted for your supper, the town barber was the center of all the activity, and Al Capone was an occasional visitor— lives on in the stories of the folks preparing the 82nd Annual Coon Feed... and in the hearty welcome they give old friends and strangers alike. Plus a special guest appearance by celebrated chef Homaro Cantu... who tells us his own story about cooking Delafield coon. (18:42) For more information on this James Beard Award-nominated series, go to skyfullofbacon.com/blog.