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Turkey in a Smoker

Reviewed: Nov. 15, 2012
This is the best smoked turkey I've made yet! I used a 12.5 lb Butterball that I brined overnight in my turkey fryer pot. Used water,Better than Bouillion, kosher salt, jalepeno honey, regular honey, Penzeys Florida pepper and fresh garlic. I injected with Habanero infused real maple syrup about half an hour before smoking and put onion, a granny smith and 2 cloves fresh garlic in the cavity with some Pepsi. I forgot to pickup a foil roaster so I used my ceramic chicken roaster and cooked bird breast side up with a bit of Pepsi in the bottom. I rubbed my bird with EVOO and St. Amand's Cajun BBQ Rub and some Weber Beer Can Chicken seasoning. I have an electric Masterbuilt I smoked over apple and hickory for about 5-1/2 hours. I brought it in and basted with Bourbon Maple Syrup and put in oven at 325 for about 20 min to make glaze adhere. Very flavorful and juicy. I actually found the recipe about an hour into the smoking process and had already stuffed the cavity but just didn't have the cola so that didn't go in until about 2 hours into cooking but still turned out wonderful! Thanks for the great addition!
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Mmm-Mmm Better Brownies

Reviewed: Nov. 14, 2011
Will never waste money on a box mix again! So easy and rich and gooey-like a brownie should be-if you want a cake brownie, this is not for you! I used 1 stick butter and baked in an 8x8 stoneware, took about 22 min to set in middle. My new go-to brownie recipe! Can't wait till I can get to penzey's and get some higher fat cocoa to make even richer and maybe add some ghiradelli chips!
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Pecan Pie Bars I

Reviewed: Nov. 25, 2010
Made these for an early Thanksgiving dinner last week because I have been craving pecan pie! I decided to do bars this year that taste like our favorite pies and desserts so everyone could have a little square of each without being overly full! I cut down to 24 servings and used a 9x13 lined with parchment. This made for really easy cutting/cleanup! For the crust, I did as other reviewers did and used half white/brown sugar. I also used real butter for a true shortbread flavor. I also used 3/4 c. dark and 3/4 c. light corn syrup in the filling for richness and also used real butter. Used whole pecans, which I did not toast, they had nice toasted flavor from baking. Excellent-will never go back to pie because I loved the shortbread crust! I am sure I will make these often because I love pecan pie!
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Grandmother's Buttermilk Cornbread

Reviewed: Nov. 25, 2010
Made these for Thanksgiving Dinner that I had a week early 11/21. I followed exactly except added 2 T honey to the batter and made into corn muffins and baked for 15 minutes. They came out so moist and perfect! Thanks for a winner! So easy too and so much better than the Jiffy mix ones. I am making them to take to a dinner on Thanksgiving day as well!
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Red Potato Bites

Reviewed: Jun. 26, 2010
Giving this 4 stars because I made some changes. I microwaved potatoes on baked potato setting until tender, then let cool 10 minutes before slicing and scooping. I had no problems with skin tearing this way. After I scooped out the pulp with a melon baller, sprinkled the shells with fine sea salt to add more flavor to the potato. Added chive and onion cream cheese, sour cream, Oscar Mayer Real Bacon Bits, margarine, Lawry's, pepper to the potatoes and then using a cookie scoop, scooped the mixture into the shells. I prepared these the day before the party and put them into a 9x13. Day of the party I will just reheat until warm and maybe garnish with more cheese and either parsley or chives. The sample I had was pretty good, hope the guests like too.
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Sweet Dinner Rolls

Reviewed: Dec. 28, 2008
I made these for Christmas and they are wonderful. I have been looking for the perfect soft and yeasty roll recipe and this is it! I don't have a bread machine, but used my kitchenaid stand mixer. I let it rise once, then rolled into balls and put in pans to freeze. Christmas day I preheated the oven to 170 and shut off, then put the frozen rolls in to rise. After they doubled in size, I baked them at 350 for about 15 minutes-perfect! I will be making kolaches and cinnamon rolls out of this dough soon! Thanks, Donna!
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