Getting Started

Every year I buy a bag of Pepperidge Farm stuffing bread cubes. But the other day I was at my Grandmother's, and she had made some in preparation for today's big meal. So.... I thought I would give it a try.

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I chose a Brownstone Buttermilk Bread. After cubing the bread, I baked it for 1 hour at 350 degrees, stirring about every 10 to 15 minutes. I was very pleased with the results.

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So... I think this is the route I'll go for all future stuffing needs.

My chicken is in this wonderful brining solution, and since my huge chicken didn't have any giblets.... I'm poaching chicken wings with the usual stock fare. Then dear hubby will deskin the wings and pull of the meat for the dressing.

Hubby aka sous chef is cleaning up the kitchen so that I can start on blueberry scones for breakfast.

UPDATE: We had breakfast around 11:30 - more like brunch. The Thanksgiving Day dinner will be around 4:30 or so. For breakfast we had blueberry scones with lemon sauce, maple syrup sausages and scrambled eggs.

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Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!


Merisi said…
Happy Thanksgiving!

I made the shopping list, checked it twice, and now head out to gather the last of my ingredients. We will celebrate our Thanksgiving dinner on Saturday. Turkey's delivered to my door tormorrow morning.

Enjoy the day,
Patty said…
Sounds good. My turkey didn't have any giblets either, don't know why, going to write to the company and tell them. It was a Honeysuckle White turkey. Have a good evening. Love you
Melissa said…
Looks good and sounds good! I hope you guys had a great Thanksgiving. Love you all! :)
Melinda said…
Mom did you check in the neck area cause that is where they stick them usually now.

Angela your photos of food look superb......always make my mouth water even if I am not hungry!

LOVE YOU....thanks for the nice Thanksgiving Day card too!

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