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November 18, 2010



The marble effect top on that cheesecake is so pretty and appetising!


Yum! Good luck with all of these new recipes. I don't think I'm trying any new ones this year, but my favorite Martha Stewart's Green Bean Casserole will be on the table.


I like this...a desserts-only Thanksgiving!

Susie's Homemade

What a gorgeous table you will have with those!!


Oh, now I'm hungry! I don't like pumpkin pie, but I do like pumpkin bread and I adore cheese cake....Thinking I may just try my hand at that Pumpkin Cheese Cake!


Oooh, that spiced cranberry looks and sounds fantastic ... Starting to drool!

Stephanie aka scrappinposse

Jay Hawk November 25, 2009 at 12:41pm Report
Honey Brine for a whole Turkey

1 gallon of hot water
1 pound of kosher salt
2 quarts of vegetable broth
1 pound of honey
1 (7-pound) bag of ice

Combine the hot water and the salt in a 54-quart cooler or something of similar size..
Stir until the salt dissolves.
Stir in the vegetable broth and the honey.
Add the ice and stir.
Place the turkey in the brine, breast side up, and cover with cooler lid.
Brine overnight, up to 12 hours.

Note: Make sure you take all the giblets and other interior gunk out of the turkey before you dunk it in the brine!

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