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  1. Ingredients * 1 2 oz. package fresh or thawed frozen cranberries * 2-3 seedless tangerines or clementines (about 8 oz.), rinsed * 3 tbsp. coarsely chopped, peeled fresh ginger * 6 tbsp. Safeway Bottled Lime Juice * 1/2 cup Safeway Clover Honey 1. Sort cranberries and discard any soft or decayed fruit. Rinse and drain berries. 2. Cut tangerines in quarters and pick out and discard seeds, if any. 3. In a food processor, whirl cranberries, tangerines (including peel), ginger, lime juice and ½ cup honey until finely chopped. 4. Spoon into a bowl and taste. Cranberries are meant to be tart, although if desired add more honey. Per serving: 90 cal., 1% (1 cal.) from fat; 0.4 g protein; 0.1 g fat (0.1 g sat.); 24 g carbo (2 g fiber); 3.3 mg sodium; 0 mg chol.
  2. Am I the only one here who is a big fan of Giada De Laurentiis? I like Emeril too don't get me wrong. I just really enjoy Giada.
  3. EggyGirl

    Barbeque Sauce

    I work with Kraft BBQ Sauce and I actually use the new and improved Kraft Original BBQ sauce. It works prefect as a base to doctor up my own BBQ sauce. I like to add jalapenos, garlic, and some more salt and pepper to make it a little spicy.
  4. EggyGirl

    Dinner! 2009

    That looks so simple and so good. The edamame saled especially looks so light. Is it just edamame, corn, black beans, and diced red pepper?
  5. Hey, that's pretty cool! I love tea cups!
  6. wow gfon, thanks for that link. There are many "sweet" types of sushi out there. I like to have fun eating and making desserts. The candy sushi does look fun. Canadian Bakin, do your daughters like regular sushi? I bet they would have fun helping making the candy sushi too!
  7. Ha...that's a cute idea....then I want coal in my stocking...:-p fill it up to the top with chocolate coal.
  8. bumped up....would like to get some feedback from the Candy Sushi. Anyone have experience?
  9. I can't post a picture that is not from my camera, so I would like you all to tell me what you think of these... http://holiday.safeway.com/festive.cfm?rid=20 Would you make those for the kids?
  10. Baked goods can be a good present to give to a family or group of people too. My aunt used to make rocky road fudge. It was really good. She travels a lot now so she doesn't have that time to bake like she used to. Now she practices gift card giving. I'm sure it's easiest for her since shes on the road a lot.
  11. I think I'm reffering to the old days when people gave away baked goods as gifts. Ha! That doesn't mesh well with now a days. How is your holiday shopping coming a long ladies? Do you still plan on giving away baked goodies for Christmas gifts?
  12. MmM....chocolate is too addicting, you can do so much with it. Do you give out desserts as gifts? Are you throwing a holiday party this year at all?
  13. Have you seen the recipe for Candy Sushi? I bet this would be a fun snack for a Christmas party. Candy Sushi: http://holiday.safeway.com/festive.cfm?rid=20 Are you looking forward to attending any holiday parties or throwing any this year?
  14. What kind of fun holiday desserts will you be making for Christmas? I want to do more than just Christmas colored cupcakes and Christmas shaped cookies. Its fun to be festive with the foods.
  15. I am also not a big chocolate fan but prefer the smaller sized candies to the full size. I agree ....mini reeses cups tastes the best, but reeses pieces win every time going against the cups.
  16. Thanksgiving was great! The 2-hour turkey worked out nicely. I actually ended up following the Safeway one in this forum. Believe it or not, we went thru 2 turkeys and 2 hams with very little left overs! We actually had to hide some turkey so we could have left overs for ourselves! Hope everyone's T-day was great as well. :-)
  17. I love nutter butters but have never seen their wafers....those look sooo good, even tho the picture is like 1 inch :-p Where do you usually find them?
  18. There is a lot of great high heat recipes listed here in this forum; with Barb's, CL's, and Safeway links. I'm sure that someone will find this forum useful when considering high heat recipes as an alternative to cooking their turkey. I wish you all luck with whatever recipe you are using and hope you have a wonderful 4 day weekend.
  19. So you all are already using your own high heat recipes then. That's great that we are all taking advantage of shortcuts. 425 is pretty high and I'm sure that this reduces the cooking time, right? Ever think of bring it up 25-50 more...:-p That bacon turkey seems interesting. I've had a turkey and bacon sandwich before, so I know it can't taste bad.
  20. plk- That's great that the high heat recipe is working for you. Not everyone has a good experience using the high heat, not really sure why. I hope I am as successful as you using the Safeway recipe. In the Safeway recipe, no butterflying is required. So that makes it just one step easier for me...:-p Will anyone else be trying a high heat recipe this year for the 1st time as well?
  21. So you will be using the high heat recipe as well? I am going to be trying the recipe I seen from Safeway called the "2-hour Turkey". It also requires roasting it in oven at 475. This is the recipe we will be using: http://turkey.safeway.com/recipe.cfm?rid=1 I love the "how-to" videos, really helps you follow that recipe well. Where did you get your high heat recipe from? Does it look similar to Safeway's?
  22. Are you sticking to traditional recipes this year for your turkey or on the hunt for some new recipe to try? Seems a lot of people are trying new things such as frying, smoking, and high heat recipes.
  23. How about all of them...:-p Well, okay, okay, I enjoy the ones shaped like lemon slices with frosting on them, Samoas, and the peanut butter sandwich ones the most. They are addicting!
  24. EggyGirl

    Before the Feast

    What about a great Romaine salad? Green bean casserole? Veggies don't tend to fill people up to the extreme...:-)
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