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Old 11-22-2011, 02:39 PM   #21
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I'm cooking a 4# Pork Roast + Sweet Potatos with an apricot glaze in a slow cooker this year. My family doesn't eat Turkey (how unAmerican is that? ). I'll let you know how it turned out and if it's good... I share the recipe
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Old 11-22-2011, 03:00 PM   #22
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Donna, you would only be unAmerican if you didn't eat anything on Thanksgiving!
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Old 11-22-2011, 07:10 PM   #23
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Mike, THAT will not be a problem
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Old 11-22-2011, 10:49 PM   #24
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Here's an untraditional yam recipe that gets good reviews. Unfortunately, I cobbled this together years ago, never wrote it down, and I cobble it together every year from scratch. That's how I cook most things . Anyway, the amounts are just a guess. It always comes out good. It's not real sweet, but the baked apples go so good with the yams . You can vary everything to taste. This year I'm trying Blue Agave Nectar in place of maple.

ingredients:
4 or 5 yams
2 or 3 apples ( I use fujis usually)
1/2 cup Amaretto
1/4 cup real maple syrup
1/4 cup butter (melted)
1 lime (squeezed)
cinnamon
3/4 cup medium chopped walnuts (dvide out 1/4 cup)

Mix all the liquid stuff into a sauce

peel and chop the apples and yams into 1/4" slices

Throw the yams, apples, sauce, and 1/2 cup of nuts into a big bowl and toss till everything is coated. Add cinnamon and toss some more. I liike a lot of cinnamon.

Pour the whole mess into a covered baking dish, sprinkle the last 1/4 cup of nuts on top.

Cover and bake at 350 for maybe an hour, hell I don't know. Till it looks good I usually pull the lid off for the last 15 mintues.

Don't even think about putting marshmallows on this

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Old 11-23-2011, 07:04 AM   #25
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Cover and bake at 350 for maybe an hour, hell I don't know. Till it looks good I usually pull the lid off for the last 15 mintues.

Don't even think about putting marshmallows on this

David

This sounds yummm!
..wish I could 'cobble things together' but I'm definitely not a natural in the kitchen. Maybe that's why a new tiny FG home sounds good to me. Just enough of a kitchen to get by.

"What? Oh, sorry folks, I can't cook Thanksgiving this year, I don't even have an oven........"
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Old 11-23-2011, 09:33 AM   #26
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I'm late replying since tomorrow is Thanksgiving but you could use the traditional fixings in a different way like an open face turkey sandwich. You can slice a small breast to cook it easily with any available method. I don't know about you all but most of our families mix all the fixings together anyway so piling it all on bread with gravy on top is great. It really helps those who like to get the perfect proportion and bite every time.

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I'm late replying since tomorrow is Thanksgiving but you could use the traditional fixings in a different way like an open face turkey sandwich. You can slice a small breast to cook it easily with any available method. I don't know about you all but most of our families mix all the fixings together anyway so piling it all on bread with gravy on top is great. It really helps those who like to get the perfect proportion and bite every time.

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This sounds ideal to me! Especially in the RV. I'm drooling here a little bit.
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