I have a black thumb, just so you know. I love to grow plants, food, and herbs and even flowers, but they never seem to last very long. I think I either over-water to the point they get root rot or completely forget about them until they are all dried up.
I’ve made turkey dinner every which way, except deep-fried, throughout the years. It is sort of fun for me to try new methods. My mother and sister think I am crazy because for them there is only one way to cook a turkey. I’ve cooked it in a paper sack, with wine, breast-side down, you name it. Continue reading
Everyone needs turkey gravy for Thanksgiving. This is a recipe for classic turkey gravy (works for chicken, beef, pork, etc. too) along with some variations if you like to jazz up your meal now and then. Continue reading
This recipe comes from the British Food Trust. They are endeavoring to preserve traditional British recipes. It is funny that they include turkey, since that comes from the “New World,” but whatever. This is great if you don’t want to cook a whole turkey. Continue reading
This is a quicker method to cook a turkey. It is also great with chicken. You get all the benefits of roasting a stuffed bird, but without the hassle of having to stuff it and then dig it out! Continue reading
Another use for leftovers from Turkey Day! This would also be good with cooked chicken or tuna fish. Continue reading