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Old 11-17-2010, 04:36 AM   #21
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I love Cranberry sauce can't wait to have some!!

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My Dad's home made stuffing is to die for. And he also makes a mean vinegar and oil cole slaw. But the stuffing............!!

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Always look forward to the Baked Ziti.

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What is Ziti..Baked Ziti..A Bread or something??.

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What is Ziti..Baked Ziti..A Bread or something??.
It's a pasta dish.

The family is requesting I make fried corn on the cob and fried turkey again this year. Also sweet potatoe pecan pie with bourbon sauce.
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Fried Turkey I've heard of.....Fried Corn on the cob I haven't....

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Fried Turkey I've heard of.....Fried Corn on the cob I haven't....
It's really good, so is fried broccoli / ranch. I get that all the time. Once I make it and someone tries it, they are usually shocked at how good it tastes.
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It's really good, so is fried broccoli / ranch. I get that all the time. Once I make it and someone tries it, they are usually shocked at how good it tastes.
OK, i don't eat meat much, but a thought came to me the other night about corn-on-the-cob (yes, i was). Would it be possible or tasty to core a corn cob to insert a small sausage or hot dog weiner before grilling or otherwise cooking the corn? Is this where corndogs came from?

The cob just seems like a waste of a place to put some flavorization.
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OK, i don't eat meat much, but a thought came to me the other night about corn-on-the-cob (yes, i was). Would it be possible or tasty to core a corn cob to insert a small sausage or hot dog weiner before grilling or otherwise cooking the corn? Is this where corndogs came from?

The cob just seems like a waste of a place to put some flavorization.
Possible?........ Maybe, but I doubt it. I think the corn would dry out before the meat fully cooked.
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Possible?........ Maybe, but I doubt it. I think the corn would dry out before the meat fully cooked.
Isn't most sausage pre-cooked? Maybe shred some soft-cooked bacon and pack it in that cob?
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