i saw ina make this on her television show entitled, "welcome back breakfast".
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a mixture of sweet and savory flavors makes this brine a good choice for preparing the holiday turkey. the herbs de provence really adds some depth to the brine. it enhances the taste of the bird without overpowering. make sure that you rinse the turkey w
growing up these were my very favorite cookies. my aunt georgia would make dozens of these during the holidays, along with many other of her scrumptious desert specialties. i was fortunate that she shared her recipes with me before she passed on. now i
this started out as an experiment and turned out to be an entire family favorite! the meat is so tender it falls apart and so flavorful! you couldn't ask for a better pasta sauce...easier than homemade!
this is another one that might take a little while to prepare, but the work and wait are well worth the effort! if you can't find a 5 lb. boneless beef chuck roast, 2 smaller ones will work just fine!
this recipes comes from the food network courtesy of tyler florence. i made this for thanksgiving this year. the amount of chicken stock was listed as 1/4 cup, this was cooked in a small pan in the oven and i found that i needed additional for the stuff
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