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Re: Come Visit On The Front Porch [Re: Phyllis Doyle Burns] #793734
11/21/12 04:00 PM
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Great idea, Beetle. I don't rightly know what it is with him and mud. Playing in mud is rather fun, though, as long as it does not get tossed all over the place.


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Re: Come Visit On The Front Porch [Re: Phyllis Doyle Burns] #793762
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Better to toss mud than toss your cookies...


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we borrow it from our children."
Re: Come Visit On The Front Porch [Re: Phyllis Doyle Burns] #793840
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ahh hahahaha that is true! smile

Happy Thanksgiving to all my friends who make the Front Porch so enjoyable. smile


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Re: Come Visit On The Front Porch [Re: Phyllis Doyle Burns] #793851
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Ohhhh, myyyy gosh! Granpappy done got 12 5 gallon buckets on the back porch, each with a big turkey soaking in brine.

I reminded him that they should soak for at least 6 hours and no more than 12 hours -- NOT 24 HOURS, as I originally posted, shame on me. After 24 hours of being in the brine, I think a turkey would either be very salty .... or mummified!!!!

So, I hope we have a lot of visitors to come to the Front Porch and try Granpappy's turkey. Also, there will be tons of turkey sandwiches on order for tomorrow, will need help fixing those. smile Debbieeeeeeee!


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Re: Come Visit On The Front Porch [Re: Phyllis Doyle Burns] #793852
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Oh! Connie, I never did answer your question about the fruit juice. No, my daughter does not use fruit juice. She makes a brine of chicken broth, herbs and Kosher salt.

I will see if I can find the link to where she got the recipe. It makes a very moist and tasty turkey.


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I'm here, Phyllis! I baked up some fresh bread for the sandwiches and it is all sliced up. We're ready to go. Who wants mayo???


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Re: Come Visit On The Front Porch [Re: Phyllis Doyle Burns] #794219
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I never thought I would say this, but, I have had enough turkey for awhile. Those sandwiches were awesome, Debbie! smile


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I can't say the same about eating turkey. I did not cook, and the leftovers we brought home wasn't all that much. Makes me almost want to roast up a small turkey for myself. Maybe I will just get a couple of turkey legs/thighs. I prefer the dark meat anyway, and it will take a lot less time to cook them up than to do a whole bird. The stuffing won't be as good though....


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Re: Come Visit On The Front Porch [Re: Phyllis Doyle Burns] #794287
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I like the dark meat, too, Debbie. It is good on sandwiches and in soup. I did not cook dinner here, but, brought two carcasses home with drumsticks and wings attached to make soup with. With mixed vegetables, turkey gravy mix, chopped onion and celery, it makes a really good soup, almost a stew if I get carried away with the gravy, which I often do. smile

If you have 'Mrs. Cubbison's Stuffing Mix' back there, it is worth a try. I like it very much. I get the herb flavor, not the cornbread one. I add a lot of sauteed onions and celery to it, chicken or turkey stock, and bake it till very hot and slightly crispy on top. Very, very tasty!

hmmmm .... now I am hungry for a turkey sandwich again.

I am going to get myself a turkey next week to roast just for sandwiches and soup.


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Sounds good, Phyllis. I love making turkey soup with the carcasses.

I do not think we have Mrs. Cubbisons's stuffing mix here on the east coast but I will check for it. I know we have Pepperidge Farms stuffing mixes and of course Stove Top. I prefer the herb flavored over the corn bread stuffing too. I am going to check out the turkeys at the grocery store soon.

Enjoy that sandwich of yours. I got one sandwich out of the leftovers I brought home. I spread mayo on both pieces of my 12 grain bread, sprinkled the mayo quite well with ground black pepper, and then layered on the dark meat turkey. It was simple and delicious.


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