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My Peas and Carrots
Mark Woods

"Brine and the Turkey" -A New Chapter-

Posted Sunday, November 22, 2015, at 2:06 PM
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  • I am seriously considering doing more cooking, baking this cold season in place of cutting wood so seeing your resurgence on the blog is appreciated.

    My family is not ready to rely on my Thanksgiving dinner yet but it is a great time to get turkey on sale, so we will get a few and your recipes WILL be used.

    I will have to either do it while Debbi is out of the house or ban her from the kitchen since we have different "styles" of cooking. Since cooking is not her preferred pastime, she will probably agree.

    Not that she does not do it, nor that her dishes are not good, just drudgery to her I think. (I have heard the sayings about looking at gifts too closely) :-)

    -- Posted by stevemills on Wed, Nov 25, 2015, at 11:32 AM
  • I would think both your cooking styles and taste are different. My southern roots cooking had to majorly change day one as a culinary apprentice. I was use to having that coffee cup full of bacon grease on the back of the stove and putting a spoon full in almost everything. That had to stop!

    I would eat almost anything others cook for me though, I find it challenging, however, there are only slight differences in most methods of cooking. There are worlds of different flavors that very from person to person. We all have different taste buds!

    -- Posted by chefgrape on Wed, Nov 25, 2015, at 4:05 PM
  • Thats a good thing to know about cleaning,I didnt know how important that was.I will follow those steps much closer from now on ,Thank you Chef.

    -- Posted by CherylLT on Wed, Jan 6, 2016, at 6:11 PM
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