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Old 11-13-2006, 09:23 PM   #21
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Old 11-13-2006, 09:53 PM   #22
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Sausage Stuffing Muffins (they get crispies all around )
What an excellent idea.

I already make meatloaf that way--in a muffin tin, frosted with ketchup--confused the heck out of the kids' friends when they stayed for supper on meatloaf night
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Old 11-13-2006, 10:06 PM   #23
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What an excellent idea.

I already make meatloaf that way--in a muffin tin, frosted with ketchup--confused the heck out of the kids' friends when they stayed for supper on meatloaf night
One of the neat things about this is they freeze well and a ziplock bag full of them is nice to have on hand for another meal post holiday i.e pork chop or chicken!
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Old 11-13-2006, 10:20 PM   #24
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Going to Vegas! Will be cooking Turkey in a roaster oven that I'll bring from the Bay Area. The convection/micro is too much to drag along and is only good for 12 lbs or less( have to cut 2-3 inches off the drumsticks and cover with the drumstick booties for presentation). The convection/micro combo does produce a beautiful/tasty turkey.

Saw a new recipe for roasted corn cut off the cobb with diced red onion and a squeeze of lime. Always do a yam/sweet potato medley. I've roasted asparagus and red potatoes before but will experiment with turnips, rutabago, broccoli and brussel sprouts. It's all about roasting this year.

Me and the dog and the new spare dog, Mom, Uncle and Aunt and a friend from Honolulu flying in from southern CA.

Going to see the new Cirque du Soi lei "LOVE", the Beatles thing! Taking the whole week off!

Astromeria, What is your gravy secret? I've done good and bad! I need sure fire! Let me know. Have a Happy and a Merry!
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Forgot about my killer Mac n cheese with undercooked celery bits ( for a little crunch), bacon bits and Mexican Velveeta! Oh yah!
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DH and I will be in the desert for a week - out of the Seattle rain. We're renting a house, so we'll cook something, but probably keep it simple.
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