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Christmas Kitchen is filled with scrumptious recipes your family & friends will love. Spread the cheer at a holiday brunch with Sour Cream Streusel Coffee Cake and Savory Brunch Cups. Tote along Creamy Chicken Bake to a church bazaar & ...
Christmas Kitchen is filled with scrumptious recipes your family & friends will love. Spread the cheer at a holiday brunch with Sour Cream Streusel Coffee Cake and Savory Brunch Cups. Tote along Creamy Chicken Bake to a church bazaar & potluck. Snowy Day Chili with Honey-Corn Muffins is an easy supper after an afternoon of shopping or decorating the tree.
For Christmas dinner, there’s a mouthwatering feast of Grammy’s Beef Brisket, Cheddar Potato Gratin, Creamed Peas & Onions and Cranberry Dream Salad...all special enough for serving on Mom’s prettiest holly-trimmed china.
Of course it wouldn’t be Christmas without delectable treats for sharing, so you’ll find lots of sweets like Aunt Julia’s Pecan Cookies and Red Velvet Cake, plus giftable goodies like White Chocolate Popcorn. We’ve tucked in easy tips for festive meals and clever ways to wrap up homemade gifts. So tie up your apron strings and join us in the kitchen! Hardcover, 224 pages. (9-1/4" x 6-1/2")
Grandmother's Oyster Stuffing
Submitted by: Patricia Kuhn from Goshen, IN
1 loaf bread, torn
neck, liver and gizzard of roasting turkey
½ c. butter
½ c. onion, minced
½ c. celery, chopped
2 t. dried sage
2 t. salt, or to taste
¼ t. pepper
3 eggs, beaten
1 pt. fresh oysters, drained
Place bread in a large 2-quart bowl; set aside. Place turkey neck, liver and gizzard in a medium saucepan; add water to cover and simmer over medium heat until cooked. In a separate saucepan, melt butter. Add onion, celery, sage, salt and pepper; cook until vegetables are tender. Add butter mixture to bread and stir together. Add eggs to bread mixture and gently toss until blended. Reserving the cooking broth, pull meat off turkey neck; break up liver and gizzard. Add to bread mixture. Pour reserved broth over bread until moist; gently mix in oysters. Makes about 8 cups, enough to stuff a 20-pound turkey. Serves 6 to 8.
Posted December 4, 2013
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