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Lets Make Turkey Kabobs with The Easy Kabob

Monday, May 20, 2019 Food  No comments

Lets talk Turkey kabobs

Lets talk turkey and kabobs, I ran across something to aid me in making these and I have to admit I have fallen in love with it. There are so many different ways you can make things with this tool. I have so many different ways I want to try using this. I have used beef and turkey so far and they were a hit

When you think of kabobs would you think of using ground turkey? We are going to today and I have something for you. I picked up this neat little tool called Easy Kabob. I am using this tool to make what I like to call turkey dogs. I used ground turkey burger, Carne Asada seasoning, salt, pepper, egg, garlic bread crumbs. I will post the recipe below. I also posted a video from Easy Kabob to show you how it works...

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HUBBY’S HEARTY TURKEY SAUSAGE SOUP

Monday, March 18, 2019 Food  No comments

This soup my beautiful wife came up with after we always ordered a similar soup from a restaurant. At first she made it just like the original recipe or what she thought it could be. Through many changes this recipe is the best one to date. In order to share this we had to measure out the ingredients because she doesn’t cook by measurements. So you can add or subtract ingredients to your desires. Once you make it you can change it to make it the way you like it. She has made it with potatoes instead of beans, Chicken broth instead of Beef.  It really is just a basic recipe that can be changed in accordance to your own personal preferences. So break out the dutch oven and get started !  

She calls this recipe the Hubby’s Hearty Turkey Sausage soup...

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Cooking Mistakes to Avoid on Thanksgiving Day

Tuesday, November 6, 2018 Food

Hosting Thanksgiving dinner can be stressful even for seasoned experts. It’s a complex task that takes planning both in and out of the kitchen: how many guests will you have, do they have dietary restrictions, do they have other gatherings to attend, and do you have enough space at your table?

Avoid common cooking mistakes to prevent a Thanksgiving day disaster. But remember: mistakes do happen. Whether you dropped the turkey or forgot to cook the rolls, Thanksgiving is mainly about spending time with loved ones. Stop worrying and enjoy the indulgence!

1. Not planning ahead

This is the most important advice of all. Thanksgiving day can be hectic, especially depending on the family or friends joining you...

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How to Deal with all these Holiday Challenges

Monday, November 5, 2018 Featured

Every Thanksgiving we encounter the same pesky issues. We loathe guests who barge into the kitchen, disrupting our roasting and baking. We fear over-cooked turkey and burnt yams. Plus there’s that meddling uncle who asks for leftover pumpkin pie before dinner has even begun. Alas, the biggest food holiday of the year is often the most stressful.

In order to help you survive the big day, we reached out to several etiquette experts, and got the scoop on  and many more.

We also compiled some of the best Thanksgiving tips from, Helena Echlin,  She wrote the column Table Manners for six years. Here’s her best advice on how to survive Thanksgiving, all in one place...

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Here’s How to Dry Brine and Roast a Turkey

Sunday, November 4, 2018 Food

Want the most perfectly moist, flavorful, and juicy Thanksgiving turkey? Try dry-brining! All you do is rub the turkey with salt and let it hang out in the fridge for 24 to 72 hours. No muss, no fuss. The best turkey you’ll ever eat will soon be yours!

Thanksgiving is almost here, and that means North Americans will be donning their aprons, sharpening their knifes, and warming their ovens to roast the bird of all birds—The Turkey.

About 45 million turkeys are harvested each year, according to the National Turkey Federation, to supply our Thanksgiving dinner centerpiece. Turkey, however, is not the easiest protein we could roast for a holiday and has an unfortunate reputation for becoming dry in the oven.

When it comes to turkey, what you do before it sees the inside of an oven determine...

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Time for Seafood Lovers on Thanksgiving

Sunday, November 4, 2018 Food

“Culinary historians believe that much of the [first] Thanksgiving meal consisted of seafood.” Let that sink in for a second. Do you have seafood at your Thanksgiving dinner? Probably not—because you have turkey at Thanksgiving, because that’s what the pilgrims ate. Or did they? While exact records of the food items present at the first Thanksgiving do not exist, there are journal entries indicating a fowling mission took place. It’s assumed that turkey was brought back, but it could have easily been duck, goose, or swan that made it to the dinner table, instead.

Yes, the house of cards on which you’ve assembled your Thanksgiving traditions is crumbling...

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Make Thanksgiving for One or Two

Saturday, November 3, 2018 Food

Thanksgiving is traditionally a time for family members to come together to enjoy a bountiful meal and each other’s company. It’s a time for celebration, relaxation, and good eats. But for some people, the thought of going home for the holidays is an absolute nightmare. Maybe you’re living abroad and can’t afford the plane ticket, or you need a break from the inevitable family feud over politics. Perhaps you simply need a little “me time.”

Whatever the reason, you can certainly have a great Thanksgiving whether you’re flying solo or making it a couples thing. Here’s how.

Create a Game Plan

Just because you’re keeping it small doesn’t mean you can’t make your Thanksgiving meal special. Get some candles and flowers for the table and set it up to look inviting and cozy...

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