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Thanksgiving Tip #1: Delegate the Turkey and the Yeast rolls

18 Nov

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Need help in the kitchen to pull off Thanksgiving dinner?  Delegate!  I get my favorite BBQ place to smoke our turkey, which saves me oodles of time and the headache of stressing over a perfect turkey.  I buy a fresh turkey and drop it off a few days before scheduled pickup.  And at only $1.25 a pound to smoke, that is a steal.  This 14 pound fresh Butterball turkey cost me $32 dollars total to have done (which includes cost of the turkey). Not to mention the incredible leftovers I’ll have for sandwiches or other recipes.  So check out your local BBQ joint and ask how much they charge to smoke your turkey.  Thanks, Southern Style Barbecue for a fabulous turkey every year! 

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Who has time to make yeast rolls?  I for sure don’t, but I know a restaurant who has great yeast rolls that I can’t help myself gorging on, and that’s Logan’s Roadhouse.  Yes, you can actually buy their premade, unbaked yeast rolls for only $4.09 a dozen, and they even throw in the butter.  Just butter a cookie sheet, load on, and let rise covered over with parchment paper sprayed with a little nonstick spray or light cloth.  Then just bake at 325 degrees for 8 minutes.  That’s it.  Buy at least 2 dozen…they’ll go fast! 🙂

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