By mixing several types of rice together, you get a pleasing mouthfeel, taste and visual appeal with this rice pilaf dish.
Sweet Potato-Apple Stuffing
The inspiration for this soft, moist stuffing came after reading a recipe where the ingredients were originally destined to become a soup, but I thought, why not a moist, flavorful stuffing instead?! Sometimes you can “re-purpose” a recipe and this is an example of that concept.
Baked Savory Bread Stuffing
Years ago, various types of poultry were literally stuffed until almost bursting for an upcoming Thanksgiving feast, and unless one was very careful, the potential existed for serious issues with food safety. Today, to discourage unwanted food safety issues, we discourage packing a bread stuffing inside of any poultry cavity as the poultry cooks. It really is unnecessary to place stuffing inside a poultry cavity to achieve good flavor in the stuffing, and the risk of food safety issues is just too great to take the risk at home and try to stuff a very large turkey to the gunwales!
Bulgur Winter Wheat Stuffing
This Bulgur Stuffing, originally published by the American Institute for Cancer Research, may be a little hard to read in the copy found on the www, so I have re-typed it for you below.
Roasted Chicken or Roasted Turkey Breast w/ Pan Drippings Gravy
There are many ways to Roast one or two (~ 7 lbs each) Roasting Chicken(s) or a similar size Turkey Breast for Thanksgiving (these are alternatives to cooking a whole turkey, or doing Cornish hens, etc., of course). The choice is yours as to what you choose to roast, and several possible approaches to roasting any poultry, including using a metal rack inside any poultry cavity exist–see which approach you prefer! Luckily, excellent information exists on the www from many reliable sources to guide you through safe preparation of any frozen and then thawed, or fresh poultry product so that you can
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Thanksgiving Menu Ideas
Our neighbors to the North in Canada already had their Thanksgiving celebration around the time of Columbus Day activities here in the USA. In the states, we’re now looking forward to celebrating our Thanksgiving time with family and friends this November. I don’t think it’s too soon to start planning ahead for that celebration. Read on for some suggestions if you want to get a head start on your planning for this year.