We crazy Canucks celebrated Thanksgiving this past weekend. Family, food and thankfulness was the theme. I was handily inspired as well. I wanted to do up a roasted chicken with stuffing, and wound up with far too many ideas. I couldn’t use every cooking method I wanted on the chicken, although I may attempt it with cornish game hens at another time, but I was able to do up some stuffing for everyone’s differing tastes.
I added a little bit of a cheesy twist to this semi-traditional stuffing. Not only did I use homemade cheese bread, but I use the grill too.
Both of these stuffings were a total hit. I am surprised to have any leftover at all, but there were only 4 of us at dinner that evening. How was your Thanksgiving feast? Did you cook any of it on the grill?
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Barbecue Style Tacos
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Marinated For Good Measure
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With Rum BBQ Sauce
Nice and crispy skin with a sweet and tangy sauce caramelized over top. Tuck in to these legs, but beware, you will need some wet-naps.View Details
Nice Meat Spice
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With Smoked Bacon
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So good it's spooky!
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