Thanksgiving is a time for togetherness... it's an occasion to be spent in the warm and loving company of family, loved ones and friends enjoying turkey roast and pumpkin pies with them. Thanksgiving is also an opportunity to renew the ties that bind us with the ones we love... it is a time for remembering, cherishing and being thankful for all the good things you have been blessed with. So it's time to say 'Happy Thanksgiving'

Thursday, November 22, 2007

How to Intensify the Flavor of your Turkey Recipe

With all those turkeys out here on Thanksgiving, there are many people who prefer having the flavor little more intense. This is something that I found while surfing the net last night. If you want to intensify the flavor check out this video, which gives the perfect clue as to how to do that. Make sure that you don't over do with intensifying the flavor, since there's a good chance that you may turn out to be a flop with the trash recipe.

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Blogger Mary in Vancouver BC Canada said...

As Dr. M Emoto said, 'Our prayer upon the water of Life bring the change we wish to see'. The crystal life is awaiting, we must call it forward.
Say Thank You with Joy of Thanksgiving, and let's relay gratitude for that freely given.

Here is one of the best videos depicting Thanks,

12:05 PM  
Anonymous Turkey Day Guy said...

I really like the balls of flour and butter for making gravy. When the vid shows the flour and butter being mixed, I thought "There's an easier way to do this. Just put butter in a frying pan squash in flour til it is all damp, then add the juice." But in the next instant my eyes popped open when I realized that you could just add this to the boiling drippings.

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Anonymous Tom said...

The butter/flour pads was interesting. I'm going to try that this year when I attempt gravy.

12:40 AM  
Anonymous thanksgivingly said...

Looks very tempting,would try this out.Can someone suggest some new recipes for Thanksgiving???

10:05 PM  
Anonymous Jess said...

I think Turkey is great however its cooked but it does benefit from Cranbery Sauce

1:10 AM  
Anonymous Thanksgiving said...

This looks tempting!

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