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Boil gizzard, liver and onion about 30 minutes, with salt then grind 1 stalk celery, onion, parsley, apple. Pull apart bread into small pieces and ...

In a large ... peppercorns, thyme and turkey. Seal bag ... gingersnaps, cook until mixture is smooth. Add a little water if sauce is too thick. 2 large servings.

Mix turkey or chicken, potato ... skillet. Heat thoroughly. Stir in cottage cheese and yogurt or sour cream. Season with salt, pepper, and thyme. Serves 4.

Amount needed depends on guests. In a large skillet (frying pan) spray Pam, place peeled, chopped onion, medium low heat, let simmer. Peel and cut up ...

Brown turkey and onion together, ... Salt and pepper to taste. Cook 40 minutes. In electric skillet or skillet, check for moisture; add water, if needed.

In 4 quart saucepan over high heat, heat unpeeled potatoes and water to cover to boiling. Reduce heat to low; cover, simmer 15 minutes or until ...

Beat eggs and ... with a holiday turkey or beef roast. ... method to get used to making, but once you get the hang of it, they are well worth the effort.

In 4 quart saucepan over high heat, heat unpeeled potatoes and water to cover to boiling. Reduce heat to low; cover, simmer 15 minutes or until ...

Peel and chunk spuds; chop onions. Add rest of ingredients (including juices). Simmer until spuds are thoroughly cooked.

Make small balls out of the burger. Using the ball of your hand, gently press the burger onto a flour tortilla. Place the tortillas on a preheated ...


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