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20 November 2011 @ 05:18 pm
Gobble Gobble  
Thanksgiving this year will be a unique experience, our oven - as you may remember - is busted. We got an estimate for the repair, and we're still debating the cost of that versus getting a new stove altogether. So that means the turkeys are going to be cooked in the BBQ, and the counter-top roaster. Due to the cooking options available, we're going to do two small turkeys as opposed to one big one, and I've decided to use the opportunity to try out a non-traditional recipe on one of the birds. Found a recipe in Food & Wine for an apple cider glazed turkey with lager infused gravy that sounded really good. Also, a leek and swiss chard gratin recipe that accompanied it, and an apple cider cream pie to go along with the pumpkin.
 
 
 
Black_Raven135black_raven135 on November 21st, 2011 12:37 am (UTC)
I LOVE BBQd turkey whatever...........
I think that is an excellent alternative and it will give you additional time to figure out if you want to repair it or
buy another. I chose NOT to repair, too old, or buy another over the range microwave. I realized I was just warming up stuff with my microwave and when I checked the brands and how happy people were with them, NOBODY was happy with any of the over the range microwaves.
Soooooooooooooooo, instead I bought a counter convection/regular oven/broiler/toaster etc. Basically, it does everything but make coffee for me. I use every part of it save for broiler function
Do not want the mess to clean up........I cannot remember last time I used my regular range oven.
spiffikinsspiffikins on November 21st, 2011 04:28 am (UTC)
my friends cook their turkey in the counter-top roaster every year - it turns out amazing :D

some_day_soling: Must have piesome_day_soling on November 21st, 2011 04:11 pm (UTC)
Ooo. That recipe sounds amazing!
tpena19tpena19 on November 21st, 2011 09:48 pm (UTC)
sounds yummy! good luck :)