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Tell Us Your Unique Thanksgiving Recipes

Thanksgiving is near, so share your favorite family recipes!

Every family has a special recipe, one that everyone looks forward to on the best eating holiday of the year.

But before you put your family and friends into a food coma, share your favorite recipe! We'll feature your recipes on Nov. 21, the day before Thanksgiving.

Whether its a unique cranberry sauce or the best stuffing around, or even tricks to making the best turkey, we want to hear it! And if you have a photo of your food, upload it here by clicking on the "Submit Your Photo and Video" button below.

You can comment below with your recipe, or e-mail Howell Local Editor Adam Hochron.

Lets us know what recipes you are thankful for!

bayboat November 20, 2012 at 11:17 PM
Chef Boy R D Ravioli with cran- raisins
diana hartman November 21, 2012 at 04:32 AM
I would recommend brining the turkey in a large bucket of heavily salted cold water before cooking it. If the turkey is still frozen, I brine it overnight. I also have ice cubes in the water and replenish as necessary. If the turkey is already thawed, you can brine it for a couple of hours using salted cold water with some ice. Pat the turkey dry with paper towels inside and out before stuffing it. I use an entire container of Morton salt in the water-- which I mix in well. You do not have to use Kosher salt as the turkey will not know the difference. I always cook my turkey breast side down so that the juices flow to that area. It will make the turkey juicier that way. Who wants to eat dry turkey meat? Not me. The turkey will be lighter colored on the breast side, but you can flip it over during the last hour of cooking if you want it darker. My stuffing is very basic. I use dried cubed white bread that has been mixed with melted butter, fresh parsley, sauteed onions and parsley---and seasoned with Bell's Seasoning. You can add salt to the stuffing if desired. I use no proportions --everything is done to taste. So if you want more onions, celery, etc you add them. I also like to make cranberry orange relish to go along with the meal. Use a bag or so of fresh cranberries along with a couple of slices of fresh orange including the rind and grind them in a food processor or grinder. Add a bit of sugar to taste. It is so much better than store bought cranberry sauce.
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