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    Default An Idaho Thanksgiving dinner

    My wife and I are both burnt out on turkey ( I win 8-9 every year at the gun club) and Prime Rib so we decided to do something not very traditional this year. She is making Chili Colorado. I have never had a Thanksgiving without my family's recipe of Oyster dressing so I am making a large pan of it.

    12 Goosepoint Oysters chopped ( any high grade oyster)
    French bread dried out and cut up
    2 chopped onions
    1.5 lb Turkey Gizzards cut into chunks ( pre baked until tender)
    Real Turkey broth (froze and saved over from the last turkey)
    4 sticks Celery chopped
    pepper to taste
    dash sea salt
    Dark meat of the turkey cut into chunks ( I saved and froze this from the last turkey also)
    Put in roasting pan and cook at 350 for one hour - YUMMM
    I will post photos later
    Last edited by cubancigar2000; 11-27-2014 at 06:49 PM.
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    Some folks like it,I cannot stand it,But I do love raw Oysters,Enjoy
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    Quote Originally Posted by pixelfixed View Post
    Some folks like it,I cannot stand it,But I do love raw Oysters,Enjoy
    I like them a lot. Living in NOLA was a treat.
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    That sounds really good. I love trying new recipes and will have to give that one a go.

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