Anything homemade with love and care, but especially turkey breast and potato dressing. It brings back so many memories of my grandmother.
Chocolate Wafers. I'd imagine you could sub some regular chocolate cookies, or even chocolate graham crackers. I'd love to try it with Thin Mints, thanks for the idea CheesePlease!
As a central Illinoisan, I'm obligated to say that the cheese sauce needs to be on top of the fries. ;)
Max, thanks so much for the Two Fat Ladies youtube link. I rememeber them fondly from when I was younger, it was one of my first introductions to cooking shows (I was born in '88.) I'll definitely have to watch for memory's sake.
Besides the rare doughnut or muffin, I'm usually always having something savory for breakfast.
Pomegranate arils are wonderful on salads, yogurt, ice cream, and in sauces. (I've heard to die for on duck breast.) I often eat them plain as a snack.
As for juicing them, I'm really not sure of a method to be able to get the most "bang for your buck" from them. A food mill may work, but you may have issues with the seeds just slipping through.
The only time I've ever had egg on pizza was the scrambled eggs on a sausage and gravy breakfast pizza. I'm not a huge egg person, but I'd give a sunny side egg a shot, if done right.
That pappardelle with mushrooms looks to die for!
@Finsbigfan - Yep. I just get frustrated because, to me, these boards are to foster discussion and the like. Grow some proverbial cahones and pay for advertising if you want to advertise. :)
Depending on my mood, I like mixing a bit of A1 together with Hellman's mayo. Perfect on just a plain burger.
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My only food-related gift this year was a programmable slow cooker. Already made a pot roast in it last night, but I'm definitely going to need some more recipes!
Prime rib. *drools* And to think, my meat thermometer just broke.
Caramel swirled chocolate with fleur de sel.
Home. I've lived in Illinois all my life, and even traveling from state to midwestern state, it is all comforting and feels like home.
Sea salt and roasted almonds!
It would be a tough decision between a roast for some nice French Dip sandwiches, or a turkey breast with all the trimmings for the holiday!
Like @GuyCooking, most of my family's dishes are tried and true things. There's always the bird, stuffing, and as many sides as you could think of. The past few years I've tried a few different sweet potato recipes that have been fairly successful. A favorite though is potato dressing.
I don't have an exact recipe, its something that just has been passed from all the women in my family over the years.
10 or so russet potatoes, boiled and peeled
Chopped yellow or white onion
Plenty of salt and pepper.
1. Boil and peel the potatoes. After they are cooled, chop into medium sized chunks.
2. Mash together with your hands, being sure to add plenty of salt and pepper as you go.
3. Add flour until you get almost a wallpaper paste like consistency.
4. Stuff into the whole turkey breast, or make in a crock pot with the neck/giblets.
5. Cook along with the bird, basting the top with butter.
The best part are the crunchy potato bits that form along the edge of the roasting pan. :)
Over hash browns, some kind of hash, with bacon and toast... I'm not fond of the "egg on everything" trend, though.
I'm not much of a drinker here either, but vanilla vodka and cranberry juice is one of my favorites.
May I also recommend wine?
I've never had that, so I'm not entirely sure. May have to pick some up at the store and try it! Thanks, AnnieNT!
@AllTheLittleExtras - I'm from the states, but that sounds AMAZING! Are the canned beets pickled?
I love pineapple and bacon on burgers. :)
@ocjko1 - You totally made me miss my great-grandmother's davenport. I loved that thing.
Being from the Midwest as well, I find it odd that I was raised with soda, lunch, dinner... which seems kind of odd when compared to what some other midwesterners have said.
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If it has good marbling, ribeye. If the fat is all concentrated below the deckle instead of marbled, then strip, on the bone.
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