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Old 11-17-2013, 10:26 PM   #81
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Old 11-17-2013, 10:35 PM   #83
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Old 11-17-2013, 11:03 PM   #84
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roasted turkey,2 kids of gravy, stuffing recipe sent to me by a DC member it uses 3 uncut loaves of bread 2 white one wheat cubed with sautéed onion, garlic, celery, lots of melted butter and some chicken broth, and then put in a large baking dish and baked, mashed potatoes 2 types of gravy both classic brown and turkey, BC's praline yams, Brussels sprouts and bacon, a relish tray with deviled eggs,2 kinds of olives, stuffed celery, peppers, crostini and truffle butter, cranberry sauce homemade with oranges, lemon and juice, pumpkin muffins ,pecan pie, lemon mirangue There might be more
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Old 11-18-2013, 10:32 PM   #85
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...2 kids of gravy, stuffing recipe sent to me by a DC member...
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And just what are kids of gravy, and how do they fit inside a turkey?

It's so fun taking things out of context.

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Old 11-18-2013, 11:09 PM   #86
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Oh, it's absolutely delicious! Peanuts are a major Virginia crop - Planters Peanuts was established just west of here. I don't know if this is Janet's recipe, but I've made this one before for Thanksgiving when I had a lot of family over and it was great: Cream of Peanut Soup : The Colonial Williamsburg Official History & Citizenship Site
Mine is very similar but I add a little cayenne, a little fresh ground ginger and a little curry powder. It needs a little kick - just enough to be interesting. Then serve with a small dollop of sour cream in the center of the soup and top with chopped parsley. It's fabulous but also quite hearty so you may want to serve polite portions before a large meal.

We often eat this soup as a meal with a salad and a generous amount of crispy bread.
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Old 11-19-2013, 10:00 AM   #87
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Yes, it is filling. I served it in little 4-ounce coffee cups. I should make it more often. DH loves peanut anything.
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Old 11-21-2013, 10:36 PM   #88
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Let's talk Thanksgiving

I planned a lovely beef roast for Thanksgiving this year but my brother was so disappointed when he heard that I decided to do yet another turkey. I will be bribing and spatchcocking it this time. But I need some new twists on the sides. I can't diverge too much from the traditional North American fare but I thought I would consider doing twice baked sweet potatoes with pecans and marshmallows nestled inside. Still trying to think of something else fabulous. How about you?
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I planned a lovely beef roast for Thanksgiving this year but my brother was so disappointed when he heard that I decided to do yet another turkey. I will be bribing and spatchcocking it this time. But I need some new twists on the sides. I can't diverge too much from the traditional North American fare but I thought I would consider doing twice baked sweet potatoes with pecans and marshmallows nestled inside. Still trying to think of something else fabulous. How about you?
Ummmm....that should be brining. I have never had to bribe a turkey yet and I do not intend to start now. lol
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Old 11-22-2013, 08:07 AM   #90
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I wonder if there is a way I can arrange a tiny pan of stuffing under a spatchcocked bird so the stuffing gets that old fashioned in the bird stuffing flavor without sucking up all of the pan juices. I only need a tiny amount of stuffing because dh prefers Stovetop. Go figure.
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