Folks I stumbled upon another brilliant way to get rid of stuffing (IF you have any leftover!!!) I always have it left over because it’s probably my favorite part of the meal besides gravy, and I make double the amount of stuffing to the amount of anything else I make!!
Fry up some breakfast sausage while you’re nuking your stuffing. If you would prefer, Italian sausage works beautifully as well. Sometimes Lula’s for Lunch…and More! Catering puts Italian sausage in our stuffing if I’m in that sort of mood for Thanksgiving. Lay the sausage on top of the hot stuffing and top it with a fried egg. Kind of like eggs ‘n toast but richer and BETTER!!!! This should be accompanied by a steaming hot cup of coffee and a glass of freshly squeezed orange or grapefruit juice. Just sayin’. Happy coma, Lula
YOU do! Ever tried using a turkey baster to keep the filling neat and clean (and make it quick)? Give it a whirl. Happy Holidays from Lula’s for Lunch…and More! Catering.
Are you considering deep-frying your Thanksgiving turkey this year? While a deep-fried turkey can certainly be juicy and delicious, this cooking process can present fire and safety concerns. However, following a few safety tips and precautions can help avoid a Thanksgiving Day disaster:
- Make sure the turkey is thawed and dry before cooking…Water and oil do not mix!
- Keep the deep-fryer off decks, out of garages, a safe distance from trees, and away from buildings.
- Turkeys smaller than 12 pounds are recommended for deep-frying.
- Place fryer on a level surface and do not move it once in use.
- Once finished, cover and let the oil cool overnight before disposing.
Regardless of how you plan to prepare your Thanksgiving meal, be sure to keep safety in mind. Cooking fires are the number one cause of home fires and a home fire disaster would definitely take away from a happy Thanksgiving celebration!
Reprinted with gratitude from Bryant Hartke Construction. I don’t know how I find ’em.