Miss kays turkey with mustard
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Deep Fried Mustardized Turkey on the Bayou!
Bruce Aidells, founder of Aidell's Sausage Company, says, "When I was in college, a friend from Mississippi introduced me to the technique of marinating the turkey by rubbing the meat under the skin with flavorings. Over the years, I've continued to modify the recipe for what I refer to as 'trash bag turkey,' so named because a large plastic bag is the best thing for holding the bird while it marinates for a day or two.
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Louisiana Thanksgiving Menu with Miss Kay and Cory Bahr
As one of the ultimate American meals, Thanksgiving is a celebration of food, family, and prosperity. In Northern Louisiana, where wild game is woven into the local fabric, a turkey may be replaced by a duck, goose, or covey of quail. Miss Kay Robertson, a mother of four and the matriarch of the Duck Commander family, prides herself on her Southern cooking and ability to get her family together around the table. With a crispy local duckling in the spotlight, this menu should not only satisfy family and friends, but also give them something to talk about throughout the year. And with any great meal, remember to take your time, plan ahead, and encourage guests to come with a meaningful dish of their own. By bringing different flavors and perspectives to the table, the meal can satisfy appetites and nourish the soul.
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We are talking turkey today of the mustard-crusted variety. Twice the hugs and cheek kisses, twice the cousins and aunts and uncles and two giant Thanksgiving meals. With the Thanksgiving focus being all about community and connecting with friends and family, it makes sense that here on Food for My Family I celebrate that same community here in the online world.
Post a Comment. After our wonderful experience at Melt Brothers, owners Justin and Felix passed on our contact to the management of Miss Kay's Burgers, which the also happen to have founded pretty awesome life achievements imo. Receiving a gracious invite from the manager, the Tomcat family and I soon found ourselves at their CBD store to try out a few of their menu options. Decor was largely the same as last time with its red brick theme and neon lighting. Tres American.