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ikattarri ikattarri 36-40, F 12 Answers Nov 21, 2012 in WTK

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I don't stuff a turkey. The dressing is baked separately. It's just traditional southern cornbread dressing.

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With home made corn bread with Bell seasoning, onions,red and green peppers,celery,cut up yellow apples,hot ground sausage,cut up pecans and bake the turkey in apple juice.

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oh sounds lovely

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It's really good! :))

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Just moved to Panama. Too much work to cook. Ordered a take out meal, hope they know how to do Thanksgiving here in Central America.

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Do you enjoy it down there? I found even in Florida I was having pork for thanksgiving with the Cuban relatives. You were surely missed :)

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Always put the stuffing on the side.

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turducken!! (J/K)....used to love oyster dressing, but no one else eats it, so....

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never had it. I am sticking to the sausage.. yes I just typed that?? a first for me. I usually don't bother with it and make it plain.

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Ha ha! I love it out of the bird, but with a deep fried one, there's no point.

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I am wondering if its going to be too soggy since you got it today. Fried items are best within one hour.

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It wasn't last year. They just say to keep them cold and warm them up. But you may be right.

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I bet one could cut up the turkey and do a batch similar to chicken. Then it would not be too risky for a fire.

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doin Japanese this year..........

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awesome!

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with my hands

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With a spoon

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brined, buttered, and i stuff herbs and garlic and onion inside...stuffing is on the side...we like our stuffing really cooked and it comes out so gooey in the turkey

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