Moody's Green Beans
These green beans are nice and meaty, with a creamy sauce. My wife doesn't cook and is a little picky. She said she would only eat her mother's green beans so I got her recipe. For a variation on this recipe, mix in 1 cup sour cream with the other ingredients, or sprinkle 1 cup of your favorite shredded cheese over the top near the end of baking time
Steve's Apple Brine for Turkey
An apple brine not only adds flavor to the meat, it adds moisture through osmosis. This moisture will prevent the meat from drying out while slow-roasting for many hours.
Jeff's Turkey Brine
This is an experimental turkey brine. Normally brine for 12 to 24 hours, then season (with a simple dry rub) for another 12 to 24 hours. Then cook your turkey the best you know how (deep-fried is preferred).
Penn Dutch Potato Stuffing
Very simple and hearty, just like the Penn Dutch side of the family that gave me the recipe.
Leftover Turkey Burritos
Tired of Thanksgiving or Christmas turkey? These burritos are packed with flavor and not the same old turkey. A great change from the old standards. The great thing is, you can change or adjust the seasonings to your own taste. I like it spicy!
Rob's Turkey Gravy
Great turkey gravy is so much easier than people think. This recipe assumes that you are cooking a whole turkey. Also, this recipe takes advantage of those packaged mixes available at any grocery store which is a lot easier and tastier than using flour. You will wind up with a nice tan to brown gravy that tastes better than any turkey gravy you've had.
Spice Rub Roasted Thanksgiving Turkey
This Thanksgiving turkey recipe produces a well-seasoned, juicy, and tender turkey that will bring smiles to everyone's faces. You cannot go wrong with a spice rub and a giant bird!
Thanksgiving Turkey in the Slow Cooker
This is the perfect Thanksgiving turkey without the fuss. Leave all the space in your oven for your side dishes!