Maybe you’re intimidated by the whole notion of serving a Normal Rockwell style turkey this year for the holidays. Or, maybe you just don’t have that many people to feed. Maybe you just prefer a different kind of poultry, and maybe you’d just rather dazzle your small gathering with cute, tiny wittoh itty bitty cornish…
These are the brussel sprouts for those who hate brussel sprouts, or think they hate brussel sprouts. My dad absolutely hates brussel sprouts, and he destroyed these. My mom shook her head and raved, “I eat brussels all the time, but those are the best I’ve ever had. Makes no sense. They’re even good cold”. Well, neither party is lying here. These are just damn good brussel sprouts. Bacon and brussels go together like eggs and avocado. They’re just a match made in mouth heaven. Throw in a few dried cranberries to soak up some of that white wine and we’ve got ourselves a party. The brussels cook up tender and caramelized, full of delicious flavor, sure to please any skeptic. They aren’t the least bit bitter, and sure to be a great addition to your holiday table.
You’re probably bored to death with bland, dried out turkey — right? Well, you should be — it’s an abomination. No one deserves flavorless, dried out turkey. Please, people! Don’t do it to your family. Our loved ones deserve better. I’m here to save the day by providing you with 12 great turkey recipes that help take a typical bland bird and turn it into the star of the dinner table — the way it should be. These recipes help broaden your culinary mental capacity by introducing the often disrespected bird, and packing them with extra bold flavors. Some traditional, some totally out of the box — all delicious.
I literally sat in bed this morning with my sweety and concocted this burger in my head. I knew the flavors would be amazing and I didn’t let myself down, because this is probably one of my top 5 favorite burgers I’ve ever made. Ever. It’s really amazing. I know you want the low-down on how to make it, so let’s get right to it.