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Old 11-17-2009, 01:10 AM   #1
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Default Holiday Cooking Projects 2009

I am wondering what folks are cooking this year. I imagine several of us are planning food and beer for the holidays.

I started tonight:

2 turkeys- one for the smoker, one to fry (wife's request)
5lbs of pepperoni- simple ground beef recipe
Fattys- testing one this week with ground turkey, yams, cranberry and mashed taters in the middle.
Oysters- 200 at the roast last week, more to come.

The Pumpkin Ale is drinking well, the ESB is about ready (RIP Rover), and there is Graff to go around as well.

I would love to see who is doing what.


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this may sound wronge but them fatties sound yummie!!!!!!!


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I am changing the fatty to ground turkey with some pork sausage filled with stuffing, mashed taters and cranberry sauce. Maybe a couple sweet tater pieces.


The meat is mixed for the pepperoni. I linked the wrong recipe... I add more spices than the one above. It is in the fridge to mellow for 24 hours.

and fatties are yummy for sure. I get requests for them ALOT around the holidays.
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The usual Texas thanksgiving. Brisket, beans, ribs, etc.
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brisket. good.

might have to add that to the list... the butcher had a slab of strip steak, a couple racks of beef side ribs and a nice full brisket. Mmmm beef on smoke. Good.
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ohhh.. brisket! There's absolutely nothing better. Up here in Cleveland, that's not really a traditional holiday dinner. Wish it was! I'll be frying up a turkey next Thursday and the SWMBO's mother is cooking the "standard" thanksgiving dinner.
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I made a pumpkin cheesecake a few days ago, making chili in a day or two, other than that... heading to Florida for Thanksgiving and leaving the cooking to family.
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rolled all the pepperoni tonight. Rolled the turkey fatty. I will smoke that tommorrow.
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is the pepperoni made from a kit? i was thinking id suprise they better half. she loves the pepperoni.
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swiss medley vegetables FTW!


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