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Thanksgiving-In-A-Dish
Posted to MM-Recipes Digest by IceTeaLuvr@aol.com on Aug 21, 1998, ----- ----------
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Thanksgiving Stuffing Loaf
and serve. Per serving: 129 Calories; 2g Fat (13% calories from fat); 4g Protein; 26g Carbohydrate; 0mg Cholesterol; 170mg Sodium Food Exchanges: 1 Starch/Bread; 2 Vegetable; 1/2 Fat Recipe by: Graham Kerr's Best Posted to EAT-LF Digest by "Ellen C." on Nov 10, 1999, ----- ----------
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Thanksgiving Stuffed Onions
golden. Serves 4. Gourmet November 1990 ----- ----------
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Thanksgiving Pie
until done. Store in refrigerator. ----- ----------
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Thanksgiving Day Sweet Potato Pie
For Squash Pie, halve, seed and wrap in foil, one large acorn squash and substitute for sweet potatoes, above. Recipe by: COOKING LIVE SHOW # CL9232 ----- ----------
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Thanksgiving Butterscotch Pie
tsp sugar. Return pie to oven to brown meringue. Posted to MM-Recipes Digest by q591b4@ilos.net on Nov 15, 1998 ----- ----------
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Thanksgiving Bread
minutes before removing to wire racks. Posted to EAT-LF Digest by miller@micro.ti.com (Jenni Miller) on Nov 11, 1999, ----- ----------
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Sweet Potato Surprise: a Thanksgiving Special
5) Stir well, adding the apricots and optional crystallized ginger as you go. Transfer the mixture to the prepared baking pan, spreading it evenly into place. Top with chopped pecans, if desired. 6) Bake uncovered for 45 minutes, and serve hot or warm. www.molliekatzen.com 2/99 Recipe by: Adapted from "Still Life With Menu" ----- ----------
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Stuffed Thanksgiving Pumpkin
pumpkin, using cooked apples or pears with cranberries, sugar and cinnamon. Or, try a combination of cooked meats and vegetables, well-seasoned with pepper and herbs. ----- ----------
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Preparing for Thanksgiving Doesn't Have To Be a "Thankless"
I like to baste occasionally with butter, olive oil or stock to keep the turkey moist. If the breast starts to look too dark, place an aluminum foil tent over the skin to prevent burning. Let the turkey rest for 20 minutes after it's left the oven before you carve it. The juices will redistribute and the turkey will be much the better for it. Note: a clean oven prevents a smoky kitchen! But most of all, keep in mind that the main focus should not be the food, the time chart or fear of turkeys. It's about having fun, enjoying the company of your family and friends and giving thanks. © 1997 Lifetime Entertainment Services. All rights reserved. Formatted using MC Buster by Barb at PK Recipe by: Virginia Willis ----- ----------
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