Hope your deep fried turkey experience didn't turn out like this one! Wonder what that turkey looked like after its fire bath. I'm guessing it was all dark meat.
Got leftovers? Here are some turkey sandwich recipes that just might top Thanksgiving's dinner. Heck, they might make you want to forget the roasted turkey next year and just go straight to the sandwiches!
Homemade sweets that look like turkeys but taste like heaven...now that's some fowl I'd like to devour! Any of these exceedingly clever recipes would be a fun addition to the Thanksgiving table.
Skip the meat and pass the paper! This Papercraft Turkey dinner pattern is available in a PDF. A color printer is a necessity for 'authenticity's' sake. Go here for the assembly instructions and to view the original source, check this out. Via.
Martha appears to love her some turkey effigies, (check out her hilariously brilliant turkey baby costume). These elegant little fowl would make an inexpensive, effective centerpiece.
Made from 3 linen napkins and some tinfoil, the instructions are really clear and easy to follow. Though I'm thinking that an iron and some spray starch would be needed to get the edges
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Yesterday we used up our leftover Halloween candy with some yummy beverage recipe ideas, none of which included that candy corn leftover from our Candy Corn Challenge attempts. But now, thanks to Pillsbury, we have some great cookie recipes perfect for Thanksgiving!! Each are made with Pillsbury’s Create ‘n Back refrigerated sugar cookies, pre-packaged frostings and, of course, candy corn!
Thanksgiving Turkey Cookies (Makes 16 cookies.)
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