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6B Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter with fa Mona Hill Granny's Cornbread And Prepare cornbread accord-amount of stock over the sale. Cook onion until Position rack in the lower Staff Writer Buttermilk Stuffing ing to directions on ingredients. Add salt andclear and soft in a skillet of third of oven and pre-heat 1 batch Alber's cornbreadpackage. Allow to cool pepper to taste and sprin- butter or vegetable oil. to 350 degrees. 1 loaf cheap airbread and cut into large chunks, kle generously with sage,1 bag bread cubes Spread biscuits out on Whether you stuff your (Rainbow or store brand) Toast airbread and tear probably about 3 table- Batch cornbread, crumbled baking sheet; toast in oven turkey or serve it on the 2 cans medium pitted black into mouth-sized chunks, spoons. Mix celery, bread cubes, until lightly browned, side and call it dressing, olives, drained Place toast and cornbreadGently mix with your cornbrad and cooked 25 - 30 min. Set aside. several readers sent in tasty 1 large onion, finely in the largest bowl you can hands, being careful not to onion in a large bowl. Increase temperature to variations on traditional chopped but not diced find, cover with a~cea towel break down the cornbread Add about 1 - 2 tsp. sage,375 degrees Thanksgiving fare. 1 bunch celery, finely and leave overnight to dry into crumbs, thyme, some salt and In deep sautd pan, over Whatever you serve, chopped but not diced, out. Stuff the neck and body pepper, medium heat, cook bacon remember to enjoy the leaves and all Chop celery and onion m cavities and place extra in a Stir in some chicken broth, until crisp, transfer to company of family and 1 pint buttermilk a point of contention forlightly greased casseroleenough to moisten lightly,paper towel to drain. friends atyour table. 1 cube butter, melted some in the family:" how dish. Roast turkey accord- Dump dressing into large Pour off 3 Tbsp. of fat For vegetarians, NPR's 2 or 3 eggs small or how big. Per- ing to preferred method, casserole dish with lid. from pan. Set over medium "All Things Considered" salt, pepper to taste squally, I like smaller Add stock, about 3/4 cup,Keep covered, set aside heat and add onions, cool, recently featured a stuffed ground sage pieces for a better blend of to the casserole dish for ex- and wait for turkey to stirring occasionally until pumpkin recipe, Pumpkin flavors and textures. Seal in tra moisture Cover and come out of oven. Can alsoonions are soft and lightly Stuffed with Everything Wednesday evening: an air tight container and bake about 30 minutes make 1 - 2 days ahead of browned, about 10 Good," that would easily Rinse the turkey and re- refrigerate, when there is space in the time and refrigerate, minutes. adapt to become a meat- move neck and giblets Before retiring for the oven. Spoon some turkey drip- Add celery, parsley, sage less alternative to turkey, from the body cavity. Place night, turn off the turkey pings over the dressing, re- and thyme; cook until Visit and search the innards in a large stock. This recipe comes from serVing enough for gravy, celery is soft, about 5 under the Arts & Life tab. saucepan or stockpot withThanksgiving morning: Eva Small who works for Bake covered at 325 minutes. plenty of water, salt, Remove neck and giblets Feather Publishing. It degrees for about 1/2-hour. Transfer mixture to large When I first began cooking pepper, bay leaf, coarsely from the stock and feed to measures and makes up For crispy top, remove bowl. Add bacon and for Thanksgiving, I called chopped celery stalks or the cats and dog. Reserveaccording to the "how youcover for last 10 minutes,season with salt and my great-grandmother and the butt end of the celery, stock for stuffing and like it method." Spoon onto dinner plate pepper; add biscuits and asked her how to make onion and carrots; cover gravy, next to turkey and cover in stock; stir to combine. stuffing and roast a turkey and bring to a boil. WhenTo the bowl of bread Eva's Mom's gravy. Transfer dressing to because I love stuffing and the stock boils over, reduce crumbs add chopped onion Turkey Dressing Recipe baking dish and cover with the turkey is a necessary the heat and simmer all and celery, olives, drained, Chop up 1 large or 2 - 3 aluminum foil, bake 30 component of good evening. Add water as butter, eggs and butter- small onions, yellow or minutes, remove foil and stuffing, needed, milk. Pour a generous white -- whatever's on bake until lightly browned, about 20 rain. Do you want younger looking skin? Do you want'to take years off your appearance? Are you tired of shaving and plucking those unwanted hairs or those unsightly spider veins? Do you want that tattoo gone that you once liked dearly? 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