What type of turkey will you be preparing for Thanksgiving?
So many options are available for Thanksgiving turkeys. Which are you preparing: fresh or frozen; organic or conventional; free-range, cage-free, or pasture-raised? What weight turkey do you think you need for how many guests?
Since I'm vegetarian (well, on special occasions, flexatarian), last year I hosted Thanksgiving and had a vegan event. I didn't even use fake meat. But I made vegan mac and cheese, home-made stuffing, stuffed squash, and of course, it was potluck as well. I knew plenty of people would be upset about the lack of bird, but I wanted to make a statement that a)this holladay could be delicious without meat and b) that one should be attending the dinner because of their enjoyment of company, not for the food...or football. It was a good Thanksgiving
This year, in complete contrast, still not ding a turkey, but my mom and I are teaming up to do a leg of Lamb.
Every year I make two turkeys. A traditional whole turkey and a Tuscan style stuffed breast. The stuffing has pancetta, thyme, sage, and garlic. It's really good.
by Terje Sannarnes 6 years ago
What type of stuffing do you put into your Turkey(bird not country)?This question might me a little bit late or off season, and since I already are preparing a Turkey dinner, got so tired of Big Dinners in Christmas, so we saved the bird for later. In Norway some of us stuff the Turkey with Prunes...
by ElleBee 5 years ago
What is your favorite part (food) of Thanksgiving dinner?
by fastfoodtipster 8 years ago
What would you choose?
by Peeples 2 years ago
Does stuffing get cooked before stuffing it in the turkey?So it's my first Thanksgiving cooking the turkey. Does the stuffing get cooked before stuffing it in the turkey, or do I just get it moist with the butter and onions before putting it in?
by MomsTreasureChest 5 years ago
What's your favorite food to eat on your Thanksgiving dinner menu? My favorite food on our Thanksgiving dinner table will be the Pineapple Stuffing baked dish, it's simple to make and delicious, it's not the turkey stuffing or stove top kind of stuffing, it's more like a dessert.
by ElleBee 5 years ago
How do you cook your Thanksgiving day turkey?Do you grill? Keep it simple in the oven? Deep fry? Throw on some cajun spice? Have something more creative than what I already mentioned? I'm curious!
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