|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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Soak peas overnight. ... taste, put in turkey wings. Cook beans ... point, a little at a time so as not to make it to mushy. This will serve a large crowd.
Pumpkin about 4 ... is enough. Boil turkey wing in water until ... stick or eggbeater until mixture resembles a smooth paste. Serve hot with rice dishes.
Soak beans overnight ... then drain. Season turkey with seasoning powders ... minutes. Add pinto beans, chopped green pepper and tomatoes; cook until done.
Put turkey wings in large pressure ... spigot. Remove from heat. Taste and adjust seasoning. Pour bacon pieces and drippings over top. Stir in and serve.
1. Rinse beans ... beans.) 3. Add turkey wing, onion and ... Add tomato sauce and continue to cook and stir if beans are not soft, 15 minutes at a time.
Heat peas and ... bay leaf, and turkey. Heat to ... and simmer; stir occasionally until rice is tender, about 25 minutes. Remove bay leaf before serving.
If you use ... quart water with turkey wings and butter and ... hour. Add hot sauce, vinegar, sugar and continue to cook until tender, 30 minutes or more.
Soak peas in ... Put peas in turkey in large pot. ... more hour. This dish has all the protein your body needs for 1 week. Garlic is good for your blood.
Put cooking oil ... Add crab, water, smoke sausage, hot sausage, oysters, shrimps, turkey necks, gizzards, chicken wings and parsley. Cook ... fire and let cool.
Cut and wash greens. Soak in salt about 1 hour, then repeat the same method. Then put in pot with the season meat, add ingredients on slow flame. ...
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