This turkey was phenomenal. The only thing that I did differently was to substitue the champagne for Ginger Ale like another review suggested. Really had a wonderful flavor, very juicy and the meat was so tender is was falling off the bone. I did all the prep for the turkey the night before and let it sit, covered, in the fridge overnight and put in the oven first thing in the morning. I made a 15 pound turkey and I actually had a hard time getting all the ingredients stuffed into the cavity so I just did about half. I also used baby carrots rather than regular carrots but I don't think that mattered. My whole family loved it and if you are looking for a traditional 'carve at the table' turkey then this is it. It really looks as great as it tastes.
This is one of the best Hams that I have ever made! I actually doubled the recipe so I had plenty of glaze on hand. I made my ham the day before so I wanted to be able to rebaste it for reheating the next day. Came out wonderful and I'm so glad that I tried this. This is now going to be my stock ham recipe! My family loved it and I couldn't keep my husband away from it! Thanks for sharing.
I have been looking for a recipe that resembles my Grandmother's cornbread dressing for years. My Grandmother never wrote recipes down and no one thought to get her dressing recipe from her. This one was it! I sat down on Thanksgiving and took one bite and actually said 'oh my god that's awesome!'. Thank you so much for posting. My whole family loved it and we are going to make this our standard dressing recipe from now on.
I personally didn't care at all for this recipe. I've never had corn casserole before so maybe I'm just not a corn casserole fan in general.