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Reviewed Dublin Coddle - Irish Sausage, Bacon, Onion and Potato Hotpot

Mar 18, 2014 in null on Food.com

I fixed this tonight for our St. Patrick';s Day dinner. I couldn';t find Irish Sausage so I used beef smoked sausage and added a bottle of Guinness Draught. I needed the oven for bread at the 3 hour mark so I bumped up the temperature to 325 degrees. Next time I will add a little more liquid because there was only a very small amount left...

Reviewed Brined, Herb Roasted Turkey

Nov 26, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on Food Network

This was my first experience with roasting a turkey. Most of my family prefers ham and when I get a turkey it is usually smoked but this recipe has changed that! I brined the turkey for 16 hours and cooked according to directions. It was amazing! It was incredibly flavorful and moist. The gravy was probably the best I have ever made! I used the giblets...

Reviewed Brined, Herb Roasted Turkey

Nov 26, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on Food Network

This was my first experience with roasting a turkey. Most of my family prefers ham and when I get a turkey it is usually smoked but this recipe has changed that! I brined the turkey for 16 hours and cooked according to directions. It was amazing! It was incredibly flavorful and moist. The gravy was probably the best I have ever made! I used the giblets...

Reviewed Brined, Herb Roasted Turkey

Nov 26, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on Food Network

This was my first experience with roasting a turkey. Most of my family prefers ham and when I get a turkey it is usually smoked but this recipe has changed that! I brined the turkey for 16 hours and cooked according to directions. It was amazing! It was incredibly flavorful and moist. The gravy was probably the best I have ever made! I used the giblets...

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