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Super Bowl Feast 2015: Turkey Medallions and Drunken Red Beans and New Mexican Rice

Tomorrow is Super Bowl Sunday with an honest team, the Seahawks, and a suspicious team, the Patriots, finishing the season in Phoenix. The game should be exciting and exceptional. And, of course, deserving of superior food. If wings or ribs or nachos seem too “snacky” for you, if you want a full meal, then consider…

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Spanish Turkey Stuffing with Fruit, Nuts, Sausage and Pork

I always remember how Rod Serling would introduce an episode of The Twilight Zone. “For your consideration,” he would say. Well, this recipe is “for your consideration.” In the holiday season, at least one turkey may appear on your table. Stuffing or dressing, whether cooked in the bird or in a casserole, is just about…

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Thanksgiving Leftovers: A Sort-of Turkey Cassoulet from Holly Garrison

  It’s Friday. Yesterday was Thanksgiving. What’s for dinner? You still have guests or family? Well, don’t disappoint them. Too often we suffer post-Thanksgiving relapse and letdown. We just reheat the stuff from last night. Well, the stuffing and turkey and the gravy and those mashed potatoes. You did make enough potatoes, didn’t you? Here’s…

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Turkey Roasting Times

Puzzled? Worried? First time? Don’t worry. You’ll be fine. Here’s a very helpful guide to the roasting times for your turkey. Times vary both with the size of the turkey and whether it is stuffed or not. The assumption here is that the turkey goes into a 500˚F oven for the first 30 minutes, then…

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