Unusual Thanksgiving dishes

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Unusual Thanksgiving dishes
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Tue, 11-23-2010 - 10:05am
In an effort to deflect the inanity that other threads have devolved into, let's do something different. Do you serve any unusual dishes or anything with a special family history? And for those of you who make stuffing, what kind and why? And do you actually stuff the bird?

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Thu, 11-25-2010 - 11:01am

Had to check the bags in the freezer.

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Wed, 11-24-2010 - 12:34pm

ha! I already did.

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Wed, 11-24-2010 - 12:32pm

Don't forget to pee while you're there, in my honor.


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Wed, 11-24-2010 - 11:13am

Yum, yum, yum!

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Wed, 11-24-2010 - 11:04am

That sounds REALLY good!





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Wed, 11-24-2010 - 10:58am

Here it is:

1 bag of cranberries (frozen is ok, no need to thaw)

1 orange, cut up, peel and all. Eating oranges are best; I use navel oranges, so no seeds

Grind together (I use a hand crank grinder similar to this one:

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Wed, 11-24-2010 - 5:57am

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Tue, 11-23-2010 - 11:37pm
We're having turkey for dinner, but DH is making the stuffing with chicken broth. My mom thought that was just as well, since she likes chicken better anyway. She probably got that from her dad. He always wanted my grandma, and then my mom to make a chicken instead of a turkey for Thanksgiving.
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Tue, 11-23-2010 - 11:34pm
My grandma used to always make two types of stuffing-- dry stuffing and wet stuffing. I wonder if my mom has the recipes . . .
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Tue, 11-23-2010 - 11:34pm
I've never heard of putting potatoes in stuffing. We'll have to try it sometime. DH has been working his way through all of the stuffing recipes in Joy of Cooking. He made cornbread stuffing the past couple of years, but this year we're doing bread.

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