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Old 11-10-2010, 08:45 AM
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a bunch of folks around here dont even know what that is!
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a bunch of folks around here dont even know what that is!
I know - - I searched it and was reading some of the old posts - - -I miss those fun days!
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Re: What's Cooking for Thanksgiving?

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here is the recipe.

Broccoli and Rice Casserole

2 pkg frozen chopped Broccoli
1 1 /2 cup cooked rice
1 can undiluted crfeam of mushroom soup
1 medium jar cheez whiz
1 pkg slivered almonds (opt)
1/2 cup chopped onion
6-8 fresh mushrooms (or 1 large jar sliced mushrooms)
1/2 cup chopped celery
1 small can mushroom stems and pieces
1/2 stick butter
2 can boneless chicken (optional)

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Saute' in butter: celery, onion, and mushrooms.
Cook broccoli and drain. Cook rice.
Combine celery, onions, mushrooms, broccoli, rice, soup and cheez whiz (and chicken if desired). Mix well and sprinkle almonds on top.
Bake at 350 uncovered for 30-45 minutes.
Thank you, Esther. This sounds delicious.
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Re: What's Cooking for Thanksgiving?

Uppity Green Beans

Blanch fresh green beans in salted water until about half cooked. Drain. Microwave bacon strips also until about half cooked. Grab a handful of green beans, wrap the bacon around it and secure with a round toothpick.

In a saucepan, combine a stick of butter, about a 1.5 cups of brown sugar and six minced garlic cloves. (This should make enough sauce to cover 6-8 bundles.) Cook over medium-low heat. After the butter and sugar melt, continue to cook for about 10 minutes so that the flavors combine.

Pour sauce over green bean bundles and bake at 350 for about 15-20 minutes. You'll know that they're done when the bacon has browned and the beans are tender.

The sauce melts to a very liquid state in the oven. Make sure that you baste the bundle before serving.
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Re: What's Cooking for Thanksgiving?

We do pretty much the same meal every year:

Smoked Turkey
Succotash
Country Bread Stuffing
Whipped Sweet Potatoes
Green Bean Casserole
Cranberry Compote
Turkey Gravy
Garlic Mashed Potatoes
Yeast Rolls

Bread Pudding
Pumpkin Pie
Pecan Pie
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Re: What's Cooking for Thanksgiving?

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Uppity Green Beans

Blanch fresh green beans in salted water until about half cooked. Drain. Microwave bacon strips also until about half cooked. Grab a handful of green beans, wrap the bacon around it and secure with a round toothpick.

In a saucepan, combine a stick of butter, about a 1.5 cups of brown sugar and six minced garlic cloves. (This should make enough sauce to cover 6-8 bundles.) Cook over medium-low heat. After the butter and sugar melt, continue to cook for about 10 minutes so that the flavors combine.

Pour sauce over green bean bundles and bake at 350 for about 15-20 minutes. You'll know that they're done when the bacon has browned and the beans are tender.

The sauce melts to a very liquid state in the oven. Make sure that you baste the bundle before serving.
Those sound so good! I might try them this year.
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Re: What's Cooking for Thanksgiving?

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Those sound so good! I might try them this year.
They are good.

Back on NFCF, Theresa read the recipe and said it sounded too uppidy. Then she made them and loved them and makes them all the time now, so we named them Upiddy Green Beans!
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Re: What's Cooking for Thanksgiving?

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We do pretty much the same meal every year:

Smoked Turkey
Succotash
Country Bread Stuffing
Whipped Sweet Potatoes
Green Bean Casserole
Cranberry Compote
Turkey Gravy
Garlic Mashed Potatoes
Yeast Rolls

Bread Pudding
Pumpkin Pie
Pecan Pie
What is Succotash?
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Re: What's Cooking for Thanksgiving?

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What is Succotash?
suffering succotash!
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Thank you, Esther. This sounds delicious.
Your welcome. And yes it is very good.
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