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Kat, both of these recipes look delicious! Thanks for sharing them.

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Sausage, Cranberry and Apple Stuffing (the only way my family is letting me do this is that my Dad is bringing his traditional stuffing)

5 1'2 cups prepared potato bread stuffing cubes 1 pound ground turkey sausage 1 cup chopped onion 3/4 cup chopped celery 1 1/2 t dried sage 1 1/2 t dried rosemary 1/2 t dried thyme 1 golden delicious or granny smith apple, cored and chopped 3/4 cup dried cranberries 1/3 cup fresh minced parsley (I use Italian) 3/4 cup turkey or chicken stock One stick unsalted butter, melted

Place bread cubes in large bowl. In skilled, (use a little oil) cook sausage over medium heat, breaking it up into small pieces until it's evenly browned. Place sausage in bowl with bread. In same skillet, melt the stick of butter and saute the celery, sage, rosemary and thyme until onion is clear.

Pour onion/celery/butter mixture over bread in bowl. Add chopped apples, dried cranberries, parsley, and stock. Gently stir to mix. Spoon into 10 to 14 pound turkey. OR - as I don't stuff my turkey anymore, you can double the stock and add one egg to the stuff mixture and place into a greased 9x13 baking pan. Cover with aluminum foil and bake in preheated oven at 325 degrees for 45 minutes.


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Here are the two new ones I'll be trying this Thanksgiving.

Pumpkin Custard Pie A thin layer of white custard forms under the pumpkin; sounds delicious!

2 9" pie shells, unbaked 2 cups pumpkin 4 T flour 1 1/2 T cinnamon 4 egg yolks (save the whites for whipping) 1 1/2 cups sugar 1/2 t salt 1 T butter, melted 2 1/4 cups milk

Preheat over to 400 degrees. Combine everything but the crust and egg whites in a large bowl. In separate bowl, beat the four whites until stiff peaks form. Gently fold the stiffly beaten egg whites into the pumpkin mixture. Pour into two 9" pie shells and bake about 50 minutes or until the top of the pies get a dark brown and the crust is baked.


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Ok and thank you all* The time has passed where Im making food for folks outside. The army guys doing that now. We snuck to a diner last night. WHAT a treat!

joan*

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Joan, just got in from day and evening cruise on that little dinghy. Will be happy to give you recipes and ideas. If you don't see them by say ten, remind me please.

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Maybe some good ideas here too* I could use ideas for simple foods that can be eaten at room temp. No mayo, nothing that spoils fast. I've been making:

roasting cut up chickens pasta/veggie salads with voo & vinegar grilled veggies applesauce

Any ideas?

thank you all* joan*

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Holly, OMG, lol...some things are sacred, right : ). Sugar??!! I hear you guys about not doing anything new for Thanksgiving. I must have our traditional menu, but in addition I want to try this sausage and cranberry stuffing, as well as a different version of pumpkin pie. I'll post them soon.

Fun, girl...is there anything more satisfying, more happy making than pierogies?? Thank you!

Wow! I have several new slow cooker recipes to try. Thanks everyone!

Kat


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Well, I was 16 so it truly was inappropriate. Lol. In my defense, my Mother only made mashed potatoes from scratch for Thanksgiving & Easter so it was a huge deal to me. In my Mother's defense, she raised me to always behave if I was a guest in someone's home and this picky eater has choked down some food that made me want to die inside. The problem was this was our home! And I was stunned to discover my beloved mashed potatoes ruined.

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Holly, I just loved your story. I taught my kids manners. Really I did and most of the time they used them. One year I agreed to allow my cousin to help in the kitchen. I knew he only had a few years left to live and he was determined he wanted to have our kids taste some things the way our Grammie had made them. I should have warned the children that no matter what they thought to make nice. The dining room ended up full of exclamations. "Mom, what did you do to the gravy?" "Who in the heck made the stuffing, this isn't your stuffing?" and on and on even though I kept trying to give them the Mom Look. His feelings were visibly hurt and the next weekend I had to make Thanksgiving dinner for my kids all over again.

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I lived in Germany for 7 years of my childhood. My Mom loved to host huge Thanksgiving meals and invite our German friends & neighbors. One year a German friend offered to help my Mom cook. Unbeknownst to my Mom, She added sugar to my Mom's homemade mashed potatoes! It's been over 20 years and my Mom still loves to tell people about the inappropriate temper tantrum I threw when I tasted the "ruined" mashed potatoes.

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