|The Turkey: An American Story|
|by Andrew F. Smith|
Fondly remembered as the centerpiece of family Thanksgiving reunions, the turkey is a cultural symbol as well as a multi-billion dollar industry.
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Melt butter. Cook ... well. Pour enough turkey or chicken broth ... family divide and freeze half for later use. This makes some of the best dressing ever.
Melt butter, add celery and onions and saute for 15 minutes, or until tender. In cold water soak a few slices of the bread at a time and squeeze. ...
Day before dinner ... wash and clean turkey and make dressing. ... off turkey and keep out of oven ... works! I've used it on 12 pound and 35 pounds turkeys.
Rub turkey cavity walls with ... uncover and brown. Note: Fat of fowls is on the back. Fat will drain down into breast making meat moist. No more dry turkey.
Melt butter. Add chopped liver and heart; cook about 5 minutes. Then add onions and celery. Cover pan and steam about 15 minutes or until vegetables ...
Mix cornbread crumbs, ... make mixture very moist (make thin mixture). ... melted butter over dressing. Bake at 325°F for 1 hour. Serves about 15 people.
Wash rice well, ... rest of ingredients; mix well and stuff turkey. Hamburger may be fried with other ingredients if desired. Enough for a 20 pound turkey.
Place in 9 ... cups cut up turkey. Heat: 1 ... degrees. Put on crushed potato chips and bake 10 minutes more. Let stand 5-10 minutes and cut in squares.
Break up sausage ... with chicken broth and the butter which has been melted. Taste and correct seasoning. Stuffs a 20-pound turkey and always disappears.
In a big bowl combine all ingredients EXCEPT ketchup. Knead until all ingredients are mixed well. Pack loosely into a baking dish. Spread ketchup on ...
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