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Monthly Archives: December 2010

Turkey Tales (may contain fowl language)

Here are your tips and tricks to making that holiday dinner that everyone will remember. The NOT tough roast of Beef or Lamb or the birds, be it Turkey Duck or Goose, that are moist and not oh so dry. The first thing you need to know is that cooking draws out the moisture from … Continue reading »

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Holiday planning

Here is a basic list of goods that can be made ahead or bought ahead and frozen a week before ¬†Christmas lunch. Compound butters Breads, loafs, buns and rolls Stuffing Cookies (baked and raw dough) Pies (baked, sweet and savory) strudel, Cranberry Sauce Casseroles, soups Cheese Ice cream pastry’s (including Puff pastry with fillings) Potato … Continue reading »

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Holiday Planning

Oh, it’s already started; the holiday madness. Hanukkah was early this year, the Thanksgiving turkey scarcely finished and now we are off and running towards Christmas. Party invites sent and RSVPed to, the calendar filled to bursting with every obligation imaginable. You haven’t even bought a gift for your Secret Santa or baked a single … Continue reading »

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Recipe Winner

Chicken again? Really? How boring, you uninspiring fowl! Just the same as last week and I didn’t much like you then. Chicken Thursday anyone? Breast or thigh? Beer with that wing? Say! what did that chicken ever do to you anyway?It’s an economical meat, and a blank¬†canvas as far as creativity in the kitchen is … Continue reading »

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