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Perry


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Joined: 10/25/2007 20:47:49
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Are there items you use to help make your Christmas/Holiday feasting a success?

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Agoramaniac2


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Last winter we were hosting 14 people, 4 of them small children. i wanted a way to keep the side dishes warm while the turkey was being carved but didnt want to have messy sternos which dont heat evenly anyway. I bought an electric buffet server which was fantastic! I just plugged it in and was able to adjust the heat. the one i bought had three different compartments so i was able to keep the stuffing, mashed potatoes and sweet potatoes warm. i'm going to buy another so that the turnips, collards and sliced turkey can stay warm as well.
John



Joined: 10/26/2007 22:57:45
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There are three secrets to a great Thanksgiving Dinner:

1. A Mom or Dad who love to cook a great Thanksgiving Stuffed Turkey

2. A recently Sharpened Carving knife.

3. Sharing with Family and/or Friends.




Keeping the food hot on the dinner table is critical for a successful Christmas dinner.
A nice tureen to keep soups hot and trivets to place hot casseroles on works wonders
and enhances a mediocre cooks efforts.




Too many to mention but sharp carving knives, an accurate oven thermometer, making true and tried receipe when hosting guests (Turkey, Rack of Ribs, Ham).





Yum. Superbowl party, your house!
 
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