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caribbeanscout
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Re: thanksgiving recipes [Re: caribbeanscout]
      #1356698 - 11/23/11 06:28 PM (63.144.135.226)

i printed out the thread. time for cooking and cleaning. will post photos with recipes of some sides and desserts i made later. happy thanksgiving all!

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Re: thanksgiving recipes [Re: caribbeanscout]
      #1356711 - 11/23/11 07:14 PM (68.247.211.170)

Thanks! Happy Thanksgiving to you also!! Looking forward to seeing your recipes!

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Re: thanksgiving recipes [Re: Anonymous]
      #1357595 - 11/27/11 02:59 PM (68.247.211.170)

We made this for Thanksgiving and it was a very good addition to the table! I think it will be a permanent addition! Thanks! I might think about preparing it in a mold or something next time, to fancy it up.

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Re: thanksgiving recipes [Re: Carol_Hill]
      #1357739 - 11/27/11 09:00 PM (69.246.155.222)

So glad you liked this -it is also great on turkey sandwiches. I am not sure it has the right gelatin ratio to mold, but is certainly worth a try. We always put it in a pretty cut glass dish.

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Re: thanksgiving recipes [Re: Tucker]
      #1357749 - 11/27/11 10:08 PM (68.247.211.170)

So, you think it would mold better if there was more gelatin?

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Re: thanksgiving recipes [Re: caribbeanscout]
      #1357783 - 11/28/11 01:24 AM (63.144.135.226)

i ended up making georgia's green bean casserole, dharma's potatoes, banana chocolate chip bread, roasted brussel sprouts, jalapeno cornbread, autumn apple cake, and a couple of refreshing cocktails. i will try to get recipes and photos posted later this week. dharma's potatoes were ridiculously delicious... must be all that butter.

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Re: thanksgiving recipes [Re: caribbeanscout]
      #1357819 - 11/28/11 07:00 AM (69.132.221.64)

Wow! Can't wait to see pictures! I'm going to try some new ones for Christmas- especially that apple cake!

Glad the potato filling came out well! I only used 1 1/2 sticks of butter in mine but I think 2 is probably the minimum for that absurdly luxurious flavor! They were good but lacked that "omg!" factor.

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Re: thanksgiving recipes [Re: Carol_Hill]
      #1357825 - 11/28/11 07:26 AM (69.246.155.222)

I do. I think I would add a packet of plain gelatin or maybe just 1/2 packet.

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Re: thanksgiving recipes [Re: Tucker]
      #1357945 - 11/28/11 02:54 PM (74.105.205.116)

Quote:

Anonymous said:
I do. I think I would add a packet of plain gelatin or maybe just 1/2 packet.



I'd rather get the gelatin (collagen) from turkey and/or chicken wing tips... probably the best source of natural gelatin there is...

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Re: thanksgiving recipes [Re: Carol_Hill]
      #1358068 - 11/28/11 08:54 PM (64.12.116.77)

My very similar recipe calls for a large pkg of strawberry jello, 1 Cup boiling water, 1 can whole cranberry (which has thickener in it as well), 1 can mandarin oranges, 1 15 oz can crushed pineapple and 1/3 to 1/2 cup chopped nuts (peacans or walnuts work well). I always drain both the mandarin oranges and the crushed pinapple and reserve their comingled juices, then I add about half the saved amount of liquid to the mixture. Spoon everything in to a 6 cup mold that has been sprayed with pam and let set overnight. I never had any problem with it setting up or holding its shape during a meal. It is a must at any turkey meal and very refreshing.

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