Christmas recipe
homestyle

United States

#1 Dec 16, 2012
What are your favorite holiday recipes??? Let's share some.
sally

Wynne, AR

#2 Dec 17, 2012
a little eggnog and lots of crown!
berrys

United States

#3 Dec 17, 2012
I would like to have good recipe for chicken and dressing
Cheetos

West Memphis, AR

#4 Dec 18, 2012
berrys wrote:
I would like to have good recipe for chicken and dressing
Well, if you can find Topix, then you certainly can find more than a few cooking recipes on the web ... maybe type in "chicken recipes" as a starter.
beth

Houston, TX

#5 Dec 18, 2012
Keep in mind topix isn't just for gossip and slander . Recipes is good topic
rata-tat-tat

United States

#6 Dec 20, 2012
homestyle wrote:
What are your favorite holiday recipes??? Let's share some.
Go to copycat.com
1345s secret
#7 Dec 21, 2012
Boil whole chicken with a stick of butter. Cool and debone. Make a pan of cornbread. I use the receipe on the back of martha white corn meal mix. Sautee celery and onion in skillet. Boil about 3 or 4 eggs, chop. Mix cornbread, celery and onions, add sage. I then add canned chicken broth. I heat my broth before adding it to the cornbread mixture. Add eggs and chicken, bake at 350 for about 35-40 mins. I dont measure my ingredients. If you have any cooking experience at all you know about how much of each to add to suit your family. Hope you try it and like it.
benji

Wynne, AR

#8 Dec 21, 2012
1345s secret wrote:
Boil whole chicken with a stick of butter. Cool and debone. Make a pan of cornbread. I use the receipe on the back of martha white corn meal mix. Sautee celery and onion in skillet. Boil about 3 or 4 eggs, chop. Mix cornbread, celery and onions, add sage. I then add canned chicken broth. I heat my broth before adding it to the cornbread mixture. Add eggs and chicken, bake at 350 for about 35-40 mins. I dont measure my ingredients. If you have any cooking experience at all you know about how much of each to add to suit your family. Hope you try it and like it.
this sounds awesome
CheeseHead

West Memphis, AR

#9 Dec 22, 2012
Baked cheesy macaroni ... 30-40 min to prep it, then another 30 or so to bake until the cheese on top just starts to turn almost crispy. Mixed lettuce with tomato and avocado wedges, poppy-seed dressing.
BigMouth Wise Old NAPPY

Kiana, AK

#10 Dec 22, 2012
1345s secret wrote:
Boil whole chicken with a stick of butter. Cool and debone. Make a pan of cornbread. I use the receipe on the back of martha white corn meal mix. Sautee celery and onion in skillet. Boil about 3 or 4 eggs, chop. Mix cornbread, celery and onions, add sage. I then add canned chicken broth. I heat my broth before adding it to the cornbread mixture. Add eggs and chicken, bake at 350 for about 35-40 mins. I dont measure my ingredients. If you have any cooking experience at all you know about how much of each to add to suit your family. Hope you try it and like it.
Add to that about one pound of hog guts, 2 cups of possum fat, six dried and ground up earth worms, and three wolf hearts. Oh yeah, and when you boil that whole chicken, that includes the feet, head and feathers. You just dunk that baby in a huge dutch oven and commence boil'n. Yum yum! What good eat'n! For the gravy, use two pints of pitbull pee mixed with one cup of dong for thickening. Drizzle that over your dress'n and you'll have a dinner fit for royality.

Would you like to know how to make homemade rolls? I can assist you there, too.
BigMouth Wise Old NAPPY

Kiana, AK

#11 Dec 22, 2012
Royalty, not royality. Got too excited about that yummy recipe.
BigMouth Wise Old NAPPY

Kiana, AK

#12 Dec 22, 2012
Begin by measuring up a heaping helping of thanksgiving to GOD for sending HIS SON, JESUS to live on this earth and then to die for all of our sins at the hands of none other than us. Add to that two kneefuls of hand-raised to the ceiling prayer for forgiveness. Sift in with that several mouthfuls of 'shutup'. Sprinkle on some 'do unto others as you'd have them do unto you'. Melt on medium high three cups of 'I don't need anymore stuff'. Chop up one quart of 'I will add no further spoilage to my youngnz by trying to keep up with the Joneses.' Measure out a peck of 'I'm the adult in the house, not my children.' With your hands, mix in a 5 gallon bucket of 'I don't need anymore illegal or legal drugs to abuse this coming year.' Add to those ingredients the 'resurrection of the defunct 'Common Sense' if all possible. Now, with your toes, mix it all up and bake in a 200 degree oven for seven hours or till you come to your senses if possible. Serves a mulititude. Is good warm or chilled. Can last for decades, centuries and even millenniums.
Guest

Wynne, AR

#13 Dec 22, 2012
You know Nappy I usually support you but this was a decent post and could have been a good post. I can see why you stir things up on here but was this necessary. Now give your smart ass answer. I don't care because someone wanted to know how to make dressing.
BigMouth Wise Old NAPPY

Kiana, AK

#14 Dec 22, 2012
Guest wrote:
You know Nappy I usually support you but this was a decent post and could have been a good post. I can see why you stir things up on here but was this necessary. Now give your smart ass answer. I don't care because someone wanted to know how to make dressing.
Well, can't I offer my input, too? Granny used possum fat a lot, didn't she? Two cups of finely chopped cooked chitlins with a dash of hot sauce sorta folded in gives it a down-home soulful taste.
Lip lick'n good!

Then, on the other post I gave a recipe for Christmas. The title of the thread is Christmas Recipe, not a Christmas dinner recipe. To me, this still is a good thread, not post.
guest

Jonesboro, AR

#15 Dec 24, 2012
BigMouth Wise Old NAPPY wrote:
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Add to that about one pound of hog guts, 2 cups of possum fat, six dried and ground up earth worms, and three wolf hearts. Oh yeah, and when you boil that whole chicken, that includes the feet, head and feathers. You just dunk that baby in a huge dutch oven and commence boil'n. Yum yum! What good eat'n! For the gravy, use two pints of pitbull pee mixed with one cup of dong for thickening. Drizzle that over your dress'n and you'll have a dinner fit for royality.
Would you like to know how to make homemade rolls? I can assist you there, too.
You are the most psycotic person i have ever came across!!! Grow the hell up and quit being so damn racist and smartass to every little thing!!! OMG you make me freaking sick!!!
guest

Alexander, AR

#16 Dec 25, 2012
guest wrote:
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You are the most psycotic person i have ever came across!!! Grow the hell up and quit being so damn racist and smartass to every little thing!!! OMG you make me freaking sick!!!
agree maybe she will pass to her world this yr
NAPPYsaysDare2bD ifferent

Kiana, AK

#17 Dec 25, 2012
guest wrote:
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You are the most psycotic person i have ever came across!!!
Come across, not came across. Psychotic, not psycotic. I, not i.
One exclamation point, not three.
NAPPYsaysDare2bD ifferent

Kiana, AK

#18 Dec 25, 2012
guest wrote:
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Grow the hell up.
How much more 'up' would you like for me to grow? Won't I be rather intimidating if I add much more growth upward? Hehe.
I know I crack yawl up. Is it that 'up' that you'd like for me to grow? Well, jez as'n.

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