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Turducken 2.0

Earlier last year I had Greg the Butcher from Meat Craft put together a sort of turducken for me. It was delicious. Around the same time I saw the local grocery store, Buy Low was advertising turduckens on sale for … Continue reading

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Cooking the Turducken

As I have said many tiimes before, I am NOT a fan of the traditional turkey. No matter what I have done, I have found the meat to be dry and tasteless – of course I have not yet had … Continue reading

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STOUFFER’S Fit Kitchen; a Nutritious Wingman

In an effort to make sure we are making food choices that provide us with healthy and nutritious meals, we are eating at home much more often. So I thought today would be an excellent opportunity to try out the … Continue reading

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After the Brined Turkey

Well Christmas dinner has come and gone and other than the “wreck” the brined turkey has been consumed. And the verdict? I still do not enjoy the white breast meat from turkey. The truth is, breast meat is simply too … Continue reading

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Brining a Turkey

I can’t stand to eat turkey; more specifically, I can’t stand the dry, sawdust like white turkey meat that is all too often served up at the traditional family gatherings like Thanksgiving and Christmas. I don’t mind the dark meat … Continue reading

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Christmas Turducken for our Family Meat-Feast

I have decided, rather arbitrarily that our family Christmas feast will be centered around a Turducken. For those unfamiliar with such a beast, it is a chicken deboned wrapped inside of a deboned duck with the final outer layer of … Continue reading

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