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Tuesday, November 21, 2006

BBQ, What is your Thanksgiving Faire?

The Iowa Sullivan household is having the traditional Thanksgiving turkey stuffed with Linda's special stuffing (I'll watch and see if I can get the recipe). The Dr. is smoking a ham using the Maple Bourbon Ham recipe posted on the Saucy Joe's blog spot in March 2006, and he is considering smoking a beer can turkey (any excuse to drink some Foster's).

We'll have 8 at the table, though our granson and his parents will remain in Dayton, Ohio for this holiday.

3 Comments:

Blogger Connie said...

The Millers will be doing our traditional turkey on the Weber grill, made simpler this year by gifts from the Grand Praire Brothers which keep the charcoals where they belong and the turkey sitting in style.
It's much like cooking in the oven, only there is some peanut oil rubbing which goes on ahead of time, and multiple additions of charcoal throughout the cooking process. Also, you have to go outside to get those wonderful Thanksgiving aromas that keep us salivating all afternoon.
Hook 'em Horns!!!

Tue Nov 21, 11:18:00 PM CST  
Blogger Dr. Dave said...

So, is Frank rubbing you with peanut oil, or are you rubbing him?

Wed Nov 22, 12:49:00 PM CST  
Blogger Saucy Joe Sullivan said...

Sounds like a Happy Thanksgiving to me!!

No grilling on Thanksgiving for me. I'm up in Ohio with my Mom and the grill is shut down for the winter. We're cookin' Cornish Hens with all of the typical turkey day sides.

Sure am excited to cook and have a day full of lovely aromas!!

Wed Nov 22, 04:38:00 PM CST  

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