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Thu Nov 27 09:45:53 PST 2008
Yeah...maybe next year, if we stay at home again, I may try the black
turkey. I have saved the recipe you all shared.
PS: My love to your Mom!!
On Thu, Nov 27, 2008 at 11:57 AM, Susan Fox <selene at earthlink.net> wrote:
> Happy day to you all. Great group, this; the ones of you I have met, I
> like so well that you probably think I am a creepy stalker. <grin> Joy to
> you all, everywhere in the world.
> My mother retired from Thanksgiving several years ago, and after one
> harrowing day of her pestering me in the kitchen, we have gone to
> Sportsman's Lodge ever since. That's a local favorite in Sherman Oaks,
> Calif. where originally, you could catch your own trout in the artificial
> "stream" and have them cook it for you. A local boy made good and has
> purchased the property, and intends to change things again. So... next
> year, Mother has consented to letting me try again. I told her, she is NOT
> allowed in the kitchen under any circumstances. "Even Breakfast?" NO. You
> go out for breakfast. "Oooh, okay!"
> We will see how that goes. She is afraid of Morton Thompson's Black
> Turkey, which I really want to share with them, especially now that I have
> made friends with the last American butcher in the Valley, who can probably
> get me the extras I want. [Wow, that was a tangled sentence.]
> Elaine Koogler wrote:
>> I second that emotion, as the song goes! You all are the
>> good friends, even though there are many of you I haven't met in
>> person...though I feel I know you quite well. It is friends like you that
>> make me so very thankful at this time of the year.
>> I hope each of you has a wonderful Thanksgiving...Phillip and I are going
>> have a "snowed in" weekend...we're just going to stay home, maybe go to a
>> movie Friday or Saturday, and possibly the Calvert Hospice's Festival of
>> Trees on Saturday...my god-daughter's school choir is one of the groups
>> performing there! But mostly it's just going to be time together for the
>> two of us between two weeks when he's on travel.
>> On Wed, Nov 26, 2008 at 10:53 PM, Kingstaste <kingstaste at comcast.net>
>>> Ok, so I've jumped on the cranberry bandwagon. We're going out to be
>>> and Mrs. C tomorrow, so I'm not cooking. But somehow, not cooking on a
>>> night when EVERYONE else in America IS cooking just seemed wrong, and I
>>> these cranberries and other fruits....
>>> So I have a fruit compote bubbling merrily away on the stove right now.
>>> Cranberries, oranges, orange zest, a pink grapefruit, 3 kinds of apples,
>>> some blueberries, ginger, allspice, cloves, and cinnamon, and agave
>>> Oh, and just a touch of maple syrup. I think I have some blueberry
>>> to finish it with, or maybe even some Chambord. I'll have to dig in my
>>> dusty liqueur bottles and see what odd things are down there.
>>> I made turkey thighs and roasted root vegetables the other night, and I'm
>>> thinking about making a batch of wild rice or maybe a blend yet tonight.
>>> I should be all set for leftovers, without having the feast here! LOL
>>> Happy Thanksgiving, Cooks! As always, I am very thankful for this list -
>>> goodness, how many years now? It boggles the mind!
>>> Be safe, cook well, and pace yourself!
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