Happy Thanksgiving, Share a recipe, we will be thankful to you!

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        SURPRISE PARTY CHICKEN

        1 cutup chicken
        1 box of cheese crackers
        1 pint of sourcream
        1 large baking dish
        white pepper
        black pepper
        garlic powder
        seasoning salt
        (or favorite seasonings)

        Wash and season chicken
        in a bowl stir your sour cream up real well
        roll cheese crackers on cutting board
        spray baking dish with non sticking cooking spray,

        Next:  coat chicken in bowl of sour cream, roll in cheese crackers
                place chicken in baking dish

        Bake:  at 325 degrees

        Cooking time is aproximately 1 hour to 11/2 until golden brown, make sure you turn chicken once.

        I make a broccoli casserole and a tossed salad and garlic bread!

        Enjoy!

        IN MEMORY OF MY MOTHER, ELENA MARIE JOHNSON
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        Well every1, I wanted 2 take the opportunity 2 wish u all a blessed Thanksgiving; what a gr8 bunch of people we r, huh??
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        debra825 wrote:

        SURPRISE PARTY CHICKEN

        1 cutup chicken
        1 box of cheese crackers
        1 pint of sourcream
        1 large baking dish
        white pepper
        black pepper
        garlic powder
        seasoning salt
        (or favorite seasonings)

        Wash and season chicken
        in a bowl stir your sour cream up real well
        roll cheese crackers on cutting board
        spray baking dish with non sticking cooking spray,

        Next:  coat chicken in bowl of sour cream, roll in cheese crackers
                place chicken in baking dish

        Bake:  at 325 degrees

        Cooking time is aproximately 1 hour to 11/2 until golden brown, make sure you turn chicken once.

        I make a broccoli casserole and a tossed salad and garlic bread!

        Enjoy!

        IN MEMORY OF MY MOTHER, ELENA MARIE JOHNSON


        Oh my Debra, this looks absolutely DELICIOUS!!!!!!!!!!  I am DEFINITELY going 2 try this 1   Thanks!
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        Scotch.....glass.....ice.
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        Beer...turkey leg..TV remote
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        drspyce and tony trader....lol
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        Tinmanfan wrote:

        debra825 wrote:

        SURPRISE PARTY CHICKEN

        1 cutup chicken
        1 box of cheese crackers
        1 pint of sourcream
        1 large baking dish
        white pepper
        black pepper
        garlic powder
        seasoning salt
        (or favorite seasonings)

        Wash and season chicken
        in a bowl stir your sour cream up real well
        roll cheese crackers on cutting board
        spray baking dish with non sticking cooking spray,

        Next:  coat chicken in bowl of sour cream, roll in cheese crackers
                place chicken in baking dish

        Bake:  at 325 degrees

        Cooking time is aproximately 1 hour to 11/2 until golden brown, make sure you turn chicken once.

        I make a broccoli casserole and a tossed salad and garlic bread!

        Enjoy!

        IN MEMORY OF MY MOTHER, ELENA MARIE JOHNSON


        Oh my Debra, this looks absolutely DELICIOUS!!!!!!!!!!  I am DEFINITELY going 2 try this 1   Thanks!

        this sounds really yummy..have to try it maybe a week from now, after i am all turkey'd out!!
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        two sticks of butter softened two large tablespoons of minced garlic two tablespoons of parley flakes and one teaspoon ground pepper. mix all this with your hands and then put into a plastic sip lock bag and roll into a log. put back into the ice box until ready to use. take your turkey wash it and go thru the skin on the neck and pull the skin away from the breast being careful not to break the sink, push your hand flat into the entire bird until the breast is totally free. now take your garlic butter and slice it into rounds about 1/4 in and carfully place them into the opening between the skin and the breast. you will end up with the best turkey you have ever eaten the seasoning and butter go right into the meat!!!!!!!!!! Good luck to all and happy thanksgiving
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        I'm going to try this.
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        I'm vegetarian, Canadian, so it looks to be pizza delivery
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        I know i my this comment should not be here but I am doing this so, I apologizes of this in advance. If you love your family, country and mankind you should be become vegetarian if you don't you are also responsible for increase CO2. As calculation says that  annual turkey dinners add 51,000 tons of C02 to the atmosphere each Christmas. That's the equivalent of 6,000 car journeys around the world. Its a very large amount of CO2. If you don't have forest you don't have right to do that.
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        allisa wrote:

        I know i my this comment should not be here but I am doing this so, I apologizes of this in advance. If you love your family, country and mankind you should be become vegetarian if you don't you are also responsible for increase CO2. As calculation says that  annual turkey dinners add 51,000 tons of C02 to the atmosphere each Christmas. That's the equivalent of 6,000 car journeys around the world. Its a very large amount of CO2. If you don't have forest you don't have right to do that.



        I luv my country, & I try my darndest 2 b kind 2 my fellow man.... but I LOVE MEAT, so goin' vegan, or vegetarian, or anything along those lines is NOT an option 4 me.... sorry
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        Allisa....sorry, I think climate change is a giant hoax.  The CRU emails prove it.  So.........I will keep eating my turkey, driving my gas guzzling SUV, keeping all my lights on, etc. 

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