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[#] Thu Nov 27 2008 20:28:58 EST from girthta @ Uncensored

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*chortle*

You have to use fresh noodles and hard boiled eggs.



[#] Thu Nov 27 2008 22:07:20 EST from triLcat @ Uncensored

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again with the kids in the food room.

Noodle. not noodles

Noodle is Girthta's daughter.



[#] Thu Nov 27 2008 22:34:50 EST from flynnfx @ Uncensored

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Well, if anyone's thinking about trying something different for Christmas, may I present this recipie:

 

How to Make Turducken

 

Christmas is a time to celebrate teh season and to stuff your starving face with more food than should be legal. It is a time to watch football until your eyes bleed from overexposure to bone-crushing awesomeness.  Turducken is the perfect feast for this time of year – it’s a chicken in a duck in a turkey.  How can you go wrong? So warm up your gullet, and learn how to make yourself some Turducken.

 

Things you Need

 

17 lb. turkey

7 lb. duck

3 lb. chicken

Hell of a lot of stuffing

Spices of your choosing

Chutzpah

 

1.  Make the Stuffing

 

You can use whatever recipe your great-great-grandma handed down to you from the motherland.  If it doesn’t already have sausage in it, though, I strongly recommend you add it making this dish a solid (at minimum) 4-meat beast. 

 

2. De-Bone the Birds

 

This could take a while. Leave the legs and wings on the turkey, but take the bones out of the other birds by slicing off the wings, pulling the wishbone out (it’s by the neck) and pulling the ribcage out by slitting its spine open and cutting the shoulder joints free.  You should be covered in viscera and testosterone at this point.

 

3. Cram Things Inside

 

Rub spices and stuffing all over everything.   Lay the turkey, flayed, out flat. Coat the inside of the turkey.  Lay the duck, flayed, on the turkey, then coat the inside of the duck.  Lay the chicken, flayed, on the duck and coat the inside of that with spices and stuffing.  Some solid spices to us are traditional salt, pepper, creole or Cajun spices.  That’s a spicy meatball Frankenmeat!

 

4. Tag and Bag  

 

To make sure you trap all the deliciousness inside your creation, you’re going to use some cooking-safe string to tie it up.  Fold the big animal sandwich before you in on itself and bind it at the top. It should now look like a delicious, monstrous football.  Then, if there are any holes remaining where sweet, sweet, savory juices may leak out, cram them full of cheesecloth.  No juicy morsel shall escape the prison of the Pampered Chef. Then, place the entire, bound bird(s) into a cooking-safe steam bag. 

 

5. Into the Oven!

 

Preheat that mutha to about 270 degrees.  Use a meat thermometer to monitor the meat temperature and be sure the plunge it deep into the heart of the Turducken.  Nothing is worse then biting into a three-meat delight to find chilled salmonella in the center.

 

6. Serve it Up

 

You take it out of the oven, and before you is a de-boned (hopefully) 25 pound loaf of meat.  You don’t have to worry too much about cutting it in a traditional fashion, as there is very little that is traditional about Turducken.  Instead, you can just cut it like a loaf of bread giving each of your lucky guests a little taste of each bird and all the gooey goodness in between.  Then eat as much as you can.  



[#] Thu Nov 27 2008 23:17:37 EST from simplygorgeous @ My Castle Wall

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Fri Nov 28 2008 01:28:58 AM UTC from girthta@uncnsrd (Uncensored)

*chortle*

You have to use fresh noodles and hard boiled eggs.

 

 

 

ok so do you wrap the noodles around a hard boiled egg and deep fry it or what ..it sounds like a good dish that my kids .would eat ....recipe recipe ..and is it something that would be good to put in kids lunch boxes for school ..

i need ideas for school snacks ....i realy dont wish to buy all those sugar filled bars that say they are healthy ..but we know there not lol



[#] Fri Nov 28 2008 07:13:53 EST from girthta @ Uncensored

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Sorry SG, Noodle is my daughter's nickname. there is no noodle wrapped egg recipe. My daughter likes to make Deviled Eggs. That I can give you a recipe for, though. 

are you looking for after school snacks? Can you find edamame where you are? It's usually in the freezer section. If you have an Asian market near you, you would definitely find it there. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edamame My daughter loves them and they are quite healthy.



[#] Fri Nov 28 2008 07:19:14 EST from triLcat @ Uncensored

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I'm baking pumpkin pie.

well, almost

I didn't have any pumpkin so I used sweet potatoes.

took forever to get them soft enough. (I covered them in water and put them in the microwave)

It won't taste the same, but it should be yummy.

Also made cornbread. burned the top mildly, but it's fully edible.

no turkey... but hey.. can't have everything.

we'll be having chicken for dinner.



[#] Fri Nov 28 2008 07:43:26 EST from fleeb @ Uncensored

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Someone should try an egg-wrapped-in-noodle recipe, though, just to see what it would be like.

[#] Fri Nov 28 2008 07:44:43 EST from triLcat @ Uncensored

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why wrap eggs in Noodle. Just let Noodle EAT the eggs.

[#] Fri Nov 28 2008 10:07:25 EST from girthta @ Uncensored

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triL cut the potatoes in half lengthwise and roast them in the oven, (oiled) flat side down. When fully cooked you can scoop the meat right out. And we eat sweet potato pie sometimes for Thanksgiving so that's totally acceptable!

[#] Fri Nov 28 2008 19:15:33 EST from Harbard @ Uncensored

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Tonight  I had this:

  Pork loin roast, seasoned with garlic, sea salt, onion, black pepper, chile pepper, parsley, brown sugar, celery seed.  Cooked perfectly on the rotisserie of my grill. (about one hour, 150 degrees internal).  Steamed mixed vegetables dressed with raspbery/basalmic vinegar.  For dessert pommegranate arils mixed with blackberries and topped with real whipped cream.  I am incredibly self satisfied at the moment.A little smug too.

 

Here's a tip for those baked sweet potatoes:  Put a sprig of rosemary under each of the halves of sweet potatoes.  It will infuse the potatoes without overpowering them.



[#] Fri Nov 28 2008 19:42:09 EST from simplygorgeous @ My Castle Wall

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Fri Nov 28 2008 12:13:53 PM UTC from girthta@uncnsrd (Uncensored)

Sorry SG, Noodle is my daughter's nickname. there is no noodle wrapped egg recipe. My daughter likes to make Deviled Eggs. That I can give you a recipe for, though. 

are you looking for after school snacks? Can you find edamame where you are? It's usually in the freezer section. If you have an Asian market near you, you would definitely find it there. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edamame My daughter loves them and they are quite healthy.

 

 

ok had a look at the edamame ..we may have those here in australia . we have many many asian shops where i live ... ill have a look next time im in ,they look much like a broad bean yummmm .my kids would eat those raw ..cheers... as for deviled eggs i have heard of them but never looked up recipe ..

 

and um why is she called noodle ..she must be one funny lookin child



[#] Sat Nov 29 2008 07:24:20 EST from girthta @ Uncensored

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She's funny. I wouldn't say funny looking.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/girthta/3003820496/in/set-72157610330965532/

Deviled eggs

Boil eggs and peel. Cut the egg in half lengthwise and remove the yolk. Mix yolk with stuff (your choice but usually things like mayonnaise, relish, dry mustard and whatever else. I can't tell you what Noodle puts in hers b/c it's a secret). Put yolk mixture back in the little divet left in the white part of the egg. Sprinkle with Paprika and ENJOY!

http://www.deviledeggs.com/



[#] Sat Nov 29 2008 07:26:27 EST from girthta @ Uncensored

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OH, and she's called Noodle because when she was a baby she loved noodles. She still loves Noodles.

[#] Sat Nov 29 2008 11:05:36 EST from triLcat @ Uncensored

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my family's was pretty purist as far as deviled eggs.

we only added mayo and granulated garlic (and sprinkled the paprika on top, of course)



[#] Sat Nov 29 2008 20:37:54 EST from Ladyhawke @ Uncensored

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My mom's favorite was to mix the yolks with horseradish mustard, capers, just a dash of light mayo, salt, pepper, celery seed, and paprika.  The capers and horseradish mustard gave it a slight bite that was awesome.

[#] Sat Nov 29 2008 21:57:38 EST from girthta @ Uncensored

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I love love love capers!

[#] Sun Nov 30 2008 00:32:44 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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I love love love horseradish. That's gotta be good.

[#] Sun Nov 30 2008 05:23:02 EST from simplygorgeous @ My Castle Wall

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lmao omg is that what they are ..i do those with curry powder or .other mixes ahhhhhhh ..we call them in australia egg stuffed with stuff lol ...now i no the real name lol ....eggs were banned from kindy when ella went due to one child being ellergic, but now shes at school .its nice to use them  eggs have sooo many uses at school ....

[#] Sun Nov 30 2008 05:25:42 EST from simplygorgeous @ My Castle Wall

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Sat Nov 29 2008 12:24:20 PM UTC from girthta@uncnsrd (Uncensored)

She's funny. I wouldn't say funny looking.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/girthta/3003820496/in/set-72157610330965532/

Deviled eggs

Boil eggs and peel. Cut the egg in half lengthwise and remove the yolk. Mix yolk with stuff (your choice but usually things like mayonnaise, relish, dry mustard and whatever else. I can't tell you what Noodle puts in hers b/c it's a secret). Put yolk mixture back in the little divet left in the white part of the egg. Sprinkle with Paprika and ENJOY!

http://www.deviledeggs.com/

 

 

ahhh your noodle is a cutey too awwwwww xxx.....but i cant get use to the word bangs ...



[#] Sun Nov 30 2008 05:53:46 EST from triLcat @ Uncensored

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I accidentally made something that came out great Friday

I made sweet potato pie (well, it was pumpkin pie, just I didn't have pumpkin available, so I used sweet potato) and had leftover mashed sweet potato. I put it in the bottom of a pan, placed chicken on top and sprinkled with cumin and granulated garlic. The mush came out creamy and yummy for dipping bread in - kind of a curry-like thing. 

Both Yaakov and Kinneret loved it!



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