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Reviewed Turkey Giblet Gravy
"Fantastic way to make a ton of flavorful gravy for your turkey dinner! If you don't have the backbone, don't worry....I used the giblets and a random piece of turkey that was near the tail. I didn't use the giblet meat in the gravy because I am sure a few people would refuse to eat it. However, I did use meat from the neck and a few drippings f"
Reviewed Good Eats Roast Turkey
"I was seriously nervous to try anything but cooking my turkey in a bag...My husband even disapproved of the 500 degree browning method. However, we were all pleased when I took out a perfectly browned and wonderfully moist and flavorful turkey. I have always been a fan of the dark meat....until this turkey! I always brine my pork chops. Now I "
Reviewed Crepes Suzette
"I worked as a technology instructor at a college that also had a culinary school. My students would always make yummy treats, and Crepes Suzette was one of them. Recently I moved across the state, and I was missing them big time. I doubted that I could find a recipe that lived up to their standard....but THIS recipe is an exact match. The crep"
"A fantastic soup! All of the other recipes I've found use "processed" cheese, which is disgusting. I do personalize this soup a bit; I use fresh thyme, rosemary and oregano, and I also add finely chopped carrots with the broccoli. I love the subtle taste the herbs give; the nutmeg provides a lovely taste as well. Wonderful poured into a breadbowl! YUM!