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Old 12-28-2019, 10:00 PM   #21
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Holiday dinner and related meals are officially finished cooking.
Turkey is smoked
Potatoes are mashed.
Dressing is done
Bacon for breakfast is cooked
Potato cakes/hashbrowns are made
Bread is baked.
Pork ribs are cooked.
Tamales are a finished.
Rumpope is made.
Pasole is done.
Two kinds of ham. An edible one and then one of those uncooked six month dry hung ungodly shank halfs. The dry aged is for my dad(preston county, West By God Virginia) he really plays up the hillbilly thing. That ham'll choke a goat, but he'll say he loves it.

Hell, everyone always says the dinner items are better the day after, so this all (except that ham) should be well aged and perfection.

All that's left to do is a raisin pie and a pecan pie. The others are made.

My dressing:
Corn bread cubes equal White bread cubes
Standard poultry seasoning
A couple of chopped apples
Pine(Pinon) nuts
A couple of pounds of browned crumbled breakfast sausage
Cayenne
Celery
Onion
Squat load of butter and chicken broth.

Cooked seperate from the turkey.
Always consistent.
I used to stuff the damn thing and put up with that mess and the liquid, but no more.
Turkey is now stuffed with little red potatoes and parmesan, quartered. The Turkey fat sure makes those some great potatoes.

Here's wishing you Happy days of your choice of names and affliction.

And
I'll trade you relatives, your two for my one, any time you've had enough.
Iím late to the party but I hope everyone had a Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukkah! I no longer make dressing at Christmas. We do beef tenderloin, with garlic mashed potatoes and burgundy mushrooms. I do make dressing for Thanksgiving. DucksFace, this dressing looks really good, but very different from my Louisiana Cornbread Dressing. My maiden name is Broussard so the recipe from the south with giblets is all Iíve ever known. I might have to give yours a try one night with chicken. I also cook it separately from the turkey, and yes, I use sage 😊

Wishing everyone a very happy and safe New Year!

Pam
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Old 12-29-2019, 02:28 AM   #22
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We just did leftover night with the neighbors. All were out of town for Christmas except us. Five families up here, all gone but us.
Sent them home with half a turkey half a ham, a slab of ribs, half a chocolate chocolate chocolate bundt cake center filler with chocolate, tamales, bread, rolls, ice cream, probably 25lbs total, all the things we don't normally eat. We're both looking forward to being back on a normal diet in the morning.

Thanks for posting.
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Old 12-29-2019, 03:02 AM   #23
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We just did leftover night with the neighbors. All were out of town for Christmas except us. Five families up here, all gone but us.
Sent them home with half a turkey half a ham, a slab of ribs, half a chocolate chocolate chocolate bundt cake center filler with chocolate, tamales, bread, rolls, ice cream, probably 25lbs total, all the things we don't normally eat. We're both looking forward to being back on a normal diet in the morning.

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So, in a way, you're telling me the best part of Christmas is left overs. I agree and leave you with that thought. Happy New Year.
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Old 12-29-2019, 12:18 PM   #24
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I believe I know where you're talking about. At least within a 25m radius. Headed north after this: Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Montana, S Dakota and who knows where next. May be time to turn south again by then.

Have a safe and happy holiday. May all who will join you arrive safe and sound. And maybe someday on my way through...
You have to do Arizona/Idaho Monument Valley at dawn and sunset. It's the stuff that dreams are made of.
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