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Suzen’s Apple and Rye Stuffing

There is a lovely work called the Thanksgiving Cookbook by Holly Garrison that has a Calvados Rye Stuffing. I’ve blogged the recipe and we loved it. Thing is, this Thanksgiving our grandson Daniel was with us. It just seemed a bit of a stretch to incorporate that Calvados into something a 12-year old was about…

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Jamaican-Spiced Pumpkin Pie: Mixing Pumpkin and Coconut

“Pumpkin pie,” my grandson Daniel replied. He was ordering Thanksgiving dessert. “Find that recipe,” Suzen commanded. We have this recipe, the recipe,  for pumpkin pie that is sensational. Haven’t made it for a couple of years. I go to search to find it. I search. And I search. It’s not on the computer. My forehead…

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Suzen’s Thanksgiving Leftover Turkey Tart

On the Friday after Thanksgiving, you face a kitchen that may still be a bit upside down. And a refrigerator full of goodies. And a family with surprisingly strong appetites. Sure, you can warm things up and reply the Thursday feast. But, how about giving that leftover turkey a new life. Here is a Turkey…

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Suzen’s Thanksgiving Chutney: Carrots, Raisins, Bell Pepper and Cranberries

“How does this taste?” I asked Suzen. “Like a dentist,” she replied. That was bad. Very bad. Not because dentists are inherently bad. But because her first husband was a dentist. Ugly divorce. Still, she had a point, the spice mix did kinda resemble that goop a dentist can apply before sticking a needle in…

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