I am sorry to say that I do not have a recipe for Giblet gravy. My family never cared for it so, I didn't ever have the desire to make it. But, I'm sure that whatever kind of gravy that you traditionally make for your Thanksgiving feast works very well and goes a long way for pleasing your family so go well into your faithful gravy traditions. Gravy is just not one of mine. However, the recipe for the Turkey is pretty basic and follows the picky eating habits of my family, although, slightly modified through the years. Also, we are going to be working with a 12lb turkey so, if yours is bigger you may have to make some slight adjustments.
I had this at a friends house one night and couldn't get it out of my mind! Everything in every bite is like mouth watering luxury. It's almost a shame to swallow because that was how much I wanted to savor it. With a little red wine of your choice, oh yeah, it's heaven on a plate!
Holidays with my family and special Birthday sleepovers with my kids always called for this special treat! Just the smell of guacamole and cilantro always bring back my teen memories, as well. Seemed to linger in the house for days especially at Christmas time when that special smell mingled with all of the other special smells of the season.
Summer is over and Fall is coming! Time for meal planning, dinner party plans, sleep overs and last but not least, the holidays! For those frosty nights and crisp afternoons you can just imagine the smells of fall, cinnamon, hot chocolate and clove just to mention a few.
For decades and beyond coffee has been enjoyed through good times and bad. Friends, fellowship, get- togethers, relaxing times, shopping trips. I mean, who doesn't pair shopping at the Mall without stopping for coffee?
To start with, most Food Bloggers don't look like the glamorous pictures that you see with the lady holding a ridiculously expensive camera with a telephoto lens big enough to go on a safari just to take a picture of a tomato.