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CAPTAIN JAMES COOK JOURNAL : COOK JOURNAL


Captain James Cook Journal : Coconut Rice Recipe Rice Cooker : Best Cookbooks 2011.



Captain James Cook Journal





captain james cook journal






    james cook
  • Captain James Cook FRS RN ( – 14 February 1779) was a British explorer, navigator and cartographer, ultimately rising to the rank of Captain in the Royal Navy.

  • James Cook (born January 7, 1974) is a former Australian rules footballer who played for Carlton, the Western Bulldogs and Melbourne in the Australian Football League (AFL).

  • Cook: English navigator who claimed the east coast of Australia for Britain and discovered several Pacific islands (1728-1779)





    captain
  • an officer holding a rank below a major but above a lieutenant

  • the naval officer in command of a military ship

  • Be the captain of (a ship, aircraft, or sports team)

  • be the captain of a sports team





    journal
  • diary: a daily written record of (usually personal) experiences and observations

  • A daily record of news and events of a personal nature; a diary

  • A logbook

  • A newspaper or magazine that deals with a particular subject or professional activity

  • a periodical dedicated to a particular subject; "he reads the medical journals"

  • daybook: a ledger in which transactions have been recorded as they occurred











captain james cook journal - Captain James




Captain James Cook: A Biography


Captain James Cook: A Biography



"[Hough's] thorough and lively biography . . . interprets the life with sympathy and skill. From first page to last, Hough leaves no doubt that he is telling the story not merely of a great sailor but also of a great man."--Jonathan Yardley, Washington Post Book World
James Cook, born in 1728, was one of the most celebrated men of his time, the last and the greatest of the romantic navigator/explorers. His voyages in the Royal Navy to the eastern and western seaboards of North America, the North and South Pacific, the Arctic, and the Antarctic brought a new understanding of the worlds geography and of the peoples, flora, and fauna of the lands he discovered.

Richard Hough's vivid narrative captures all the excitement of this age of discovery and establishes Cook as a link between the vague scientific speculations of the early eighteenth century and the industrial revolution to come. A pioneer in many fields, Cook produced maps of unprecedented accuracy; revolutionized the seaman's diet, all but eliminating scurvy; and exploded the myth of the Great Southern Continent imagined by earlier geographers and scientists.

Hough consulted numerous archives and traveled in Cook's wake from Alaska to Tasmania, visiting many of the Pacific islands--including the spot where Cook was stoned to death by cannibals in the Hawaiian archipelago--to produce a comprehensive and immensely readable biography, full of new insights into the life of one of the worlds greatest mariners. Photographs










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La Perouse was named after the French navigator Jean-Francois de Galaup, comte de La Perouse (1741-88), who landed on the northern shore of Botany Bay west of Bare Island in January 1788. La Perouse’s two ships sailed to New South Wales after some of his men had been attacked and killed in the Navigator Islands (Samoa). La Perouse arrived off Botany Bay on 24 January just six days after Captain Arthur Phillip (1738-1814) had anchored just east of Bare Island, in H.M. Armed Tender Supply. On 26 January 1788, as Arthur Phillip was moving the First Fleet around to Port Jackson after finding Botany Bay unsuitable for a Settlement, La Perouse was sailing into Botany Bay,[1][2][3][4] anchoring there just eight days after the British had.

The British received La Perouse courteously, and offered him any assistance he might need. The French were far better provisioned than the English were, and extended the same courtesy; but neither offer was accepted.[5] La Perouse sent his journals and letters to Europe with a British ship, the Sirius. A scientist on the expedition, Father Receveur, died in February and was buried at what is now known as La Perouse. After building a longboat (to replace one lost in the attack in the Navigator Islands) and obtaining wood and water, the French departed for New Caledonia, Santa Cruz, the Solomons, and the Louisiades. He wrote in his journals that he expected to be back in France by December 1788, but the two ships vanished. Some of the mystery was solved in 1826 when items associated with the French ships were found on an island in the Santa Cruz group, with wreckage of the ships themselves discovered in 1964.


La Perouse TowerThe first building in the area was the round stone tower constructed in 1820-22 as accommodation for a small guard of soldiers stationed there to prevent smuggling, and the tower still stands today. By 1885, an Aboriginal reserve had been established in the suburb and a number of missions were operated in the area. The original church was dismantled and moved to the corner of Elaroo and Adina Avenues, where it still stands.

The Loop is the circular track that was built as part of the Sydney tram terminus at La Perouse. The last service ran in 1961. A kiosk was built here in 1896 to cater for tourists who came to see the attractions, including the snake-handling shows that still operate today. During the Great Depression, from the late 1920s, many severely affected low-income families took up residence here in settlements beside the Aboriginal reserve.

The small island just inside the heads was described by Captain James Cook as ‘a small bare island’. Bare Island was fortified in 1885 according to a design by colonial architect, James Barnet (1827-1904). In 1912 Bare Island became a retirement home for war veterans, which continued to operate until 1963 when it was handed over to the New South Wales Parks and Wildlife Service for use as a museum and tourist attraction. [6]


The Henry Head Battery is also located in La PerouseApart from Bare Island there are two other forts located in La Perouse. One of these is Fort Banks, located on Cape Banks. This facility was part of the Eastern Command Fixed Defences unit and was constructed for the purpose of defending the approaches to Botany Bay during the World War II period. The other fortification located in La Perouse is the Henry Head Battery and was also re-utilised during the Second World War. Its location is on Henry Head La Perouse.











The Statue of John Graves Simcoe.




The Statue of John Graves Simcoe.





Toronto: Charles Bray took the picture of the statue of John Graves Simcoe in Queens Park. John Graves Simcoe was born in February 25th 1752 and died in October 26th 1806 was the first Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada (modern-day southern Ontario plus the watersheds of Georgian Bay and Lake Superior from 1791-1796. He founded York [now Toronto] and was instrumental in introducing institutions such as the courts, trail by jury, English common law, freehold land tenure, and for abolishing slavery in Upper Canada long before it was abolished in the British Empire as a whole [it had disappeared from Upper Canada by 1810, but wasn't abolished throughout the Empire until 1834]. John Graves Simcoe was the only son of John and Katherine Simcoe. His father, a captain in the British navy, commanded the 60-gun HMS Pembroke [James Cook] was his sailing master) during the 1745 siege of Louisburg. In 1770, Simcoe entered the British Army as an ensign in the 35th Regiment of foot. His unit was dispatched to America, where he saw action in the Siege of Boston. During the siege, he purchased a captaincy in the Grenadier Company of the 40th Regiment of Foot. With the 40th, he saw action in the New York, New Jersey and Philadelphia campaigns. Simcoe commanded the 40th at the Battle of Brandywine, where he was also wounded. In 1777, Simcoe sought to form a Loyalist regiment of free blacks from Boston, but instead was offered command of the Queen's Rangers, a well-trained light infantry unit. The Queen's Rangers saw extensive action during the Philadelphia campaign, including a successful surprise attack (planned and executed by Simcoe), at the Battle of Crooked Billet. In 1779, he was captured by the Americans. Simcoe was released in 1781, just in time to see action at the Siege of Yorktown. He was invalided back to England in December of that year as a Lieutenant-Colonel. Simcoe wrote a book on his experiences with the Rangers, titled A Journal of the Operations of the Queen's Rangers from the end of the year 1777 to the conclusion of the late American War, which was published in 1787.









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CHRISTIE COOKIE COMPANY - COOKIE COMPANY


Christie Cookie Company - How To Make Diet Cookies - Rum Ball Cookies Recipe



Christie Cookie Company





christie cookie company






    christie
  • A sudden turn in which the skis are kept parallel, used for changing direction fast or stopping short

  • prolific English writer of detective stories (1890-1976)

  • Christie were an English rock band formed at the end of the 1960s. They are best remembered for their UK chart-topping hit single, "Yellow River" released in 1970.

  • Christie Digital Systems, Inc. is a privately held company that manufactures projectors, most notably LCD and DLP digital cinema projectors. , Christie's projectors are used on more digital screens worldwide than any other licensee.





    company
  • an institution created to conduct business; "he only invests in large well-established companies"; "he started the company in his garage"

  • be a companion to somebody

  • Associate with; keep company with

  • Accompany (someone)

  • small military unit; usually two or three platoons





    cookie
  • A small sweet cake, typically round, flat, and crisp

  • a short line of text that a web site puts on your computer's hard drive when you access the web site

  • A person of a specified kind

  • A packet of data sent by an Internet server to a browser, which is returned by the browser each time it subsequently accesses the same server, used to identify the user or track their access to the server

  • any of various small flat sweet cakes (`biscuit' is the British term)

  • the cook on a ranch or at a camp











Day 804. Happy Pi Day!




Day 804. Happy Pi Day!





How exciting! I woke up to find some pie on my counter! I'm pretty sure my parents didn't know it was Pie Day, so this was quite the surprise. I actually don't really like pie all too much. Most filling is too thick for my liking.

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Ok. I'm really, really sorry for the lack of updates! I've been very busy the last couple weeks. Something's going on every night. It's great :D

Today I got out of work an hour early due to a power outage. My laptop can't last 5 minutes without a charge. I decided to do some shopping for Chicago. I ended up with a new bra and undies from VS and a jacket and cute shoes from Rue21. I couldn't turn down the Rue21 stuff. It's not high quality, but it was only $20 total. So there.

Christie, Neil, Joel and I went to Olive Garden for dinner. It was Neil's and Joel's first time there! I got my fav dish: Braised Beef and Torts, sub portobello ravis for the torts (a big thanks to Oliver for the suggestion).

Then to HIV to pick up ingredients for apple pie (the drink). We went to Christie's to make it and played Settlers. Despite some minor setbacks, the night went well. The apple pie turned out dangerously delicious. I can't wait to consume it all on Saturday :D

I'm going to Chicago on Saturday... TO SEE THE OATMEAL <3 Gahh, I'm such a dork. We have a group of 8, and Neil's our soccer mom (he's driving the van). I don't know much about Chicago. Brian suggests going to Vision. We're getting tickets to go there. Should be interesting :) We also plan on doing some shopping and hitting up an arcade in Schaumburg. I'm excited!

Did I tell you guys my dog ate my cookies? That brat! I bought 8 from LBB. The three she ate were the ones ONLY LBB sells! ARR! Needless to say, she was sick for a bit. There was no chocolate, just a lot of sugar and money. $4 a box. Damn scouts. I also picked up 7 boxes from ABC Girl Scouts. They are $3.50 a box. (Note: LBB and ABC are Girl Scout cookie companies. Check out my cookie comparison photos from a few days ago.)

This year has been extraordinarily lucky for me. I feel very fortunate and blessed. Sadly things have not been working out so well for those around me. When I was at Monk's with Frank, he grabbed me by the shoulders and told me those unfortunate events are NOT my fault and I have no reason to feel bad or guilty about it. Yes yes yes.

More news is heading my way in a little over 2 weeks. I'm very excited. My fingers and toes are crossed! I don't want to spoil it for you guys yet. I promise to keep you informed :) I can say it will mark a huge milestone in my life.

(Having all my GS cookies in arm's reach of my desk is a TERRIBLE idea. I just ate 4 Thin Mints, finishing my first roll of the things. GAHH!!)











Frank Christie and Bing Crosby




Frank Christie and Bing Crosby





Frank Christie [06 Aug 1915 in Cardston, Alberta - 11 Sep 1989 in Lethbridge, Alberta]. Son of Victor Valentine Christie and Sarah Nettie (Hamilton) Christie

This a hunting trip with Bing Crosby. The picture also shows Jack and Billy Morton and Jamie Christie (I think) and was taken in the early 1960s on the Milk River Ridge south of Jack Morton’s home place in Warner, Alberta. Actually Jack may be taking the picture, but furthest left is for sure Billy Morton and Jamie is crouched down right in front of Bing.

Source: R.N. Christie (bob@christie.ab.ca)

Photo No. 73









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COOK MEDICAL SUPPLIES. MEDICAL SUPPLIES


COOK MEDICAL SUPPLIES. GO COOK ISLANDS



Cook Medical Supplies





cook medical supplies






    medical supplies
  • Medical equipment is designed to aid in the diagnosis, monitoring or treatment of medical conditions. These devices are usually designed with rigorous safety standards. The medical equipment is included in the category Medical technology.

  • (Medical supply) A medical device is a product which is used for medical purposes in patients, in diagnosis, therapy or surgery . If applied to the body, the effect of the medical device is primarily physical, in contrast to pharmaceutical drugs, which exert a biochemical effect.

  • Any items which are essential in carrying out the treatment of a patient's illness or injury.





    cook
  • (of food) Be heated so that the condition required for eating is reached

  • Prepare (food, a dish, or a meal) by combining and heating the ingredients in various ways

  • Heat food and cause it to thicken and reduce in volume

  • someone who cooks food

  • prepare a hot meal; "My husband doesn't cook"

  • English navigator who claimed the east coast of Australia for Britain and discovered several Pacific islands (1728-1779)











The cultivation of genocide




The cultivation of genocide





In the last 24 hours, dozens of Palestinians have been hospitalized from attacks by rioting Jewish settlers. Settlers throughout the West Bank slashed the tires of non-Jews, broke windows, and attacked Palestinians in the streets and in their homes. Mosques in several West Bank cities were vandalized overnight with racist slogans calling for "death to arabs!", while settlers desecrated graves in a Hebron cemetery, painting tombstones with stars of david and racist slurs. One Palestinian in Nablus was assassinated by an Israeli death squad, and two Palestinian children (aged 15 and 17) were killed and 4 others hospitalized when Israeli terror-bombers fired missiles into Rafah, a densely peopled city and adjacent refugee camp with a combined population of over 150,000. [A few hours after writing this, a group of orthodox Jews attacked and repeatedly stabbed a Palestinian man they had stopped in the street to ask for directions.]

Meanwhile in the Gaza Strip, Israel continues to impose deliberate mass starvation on the 1.5 million non-Jews imprisoned in what is effectively a vast outdoor concentration camp. More than half the population of the Gaza Strip are children under the age of 15.

After years of systematically destroying all food-production and water infrastructure, and rendering about 80% of the population unemployed and totally dependent on foreign aid, international agencies reported half a decade ago that Palestinians in Gaza were suffering from malnourishment at levels worse than the worst famine zones of sub-saharan Africa. That was when Israel still permitted a trickle of relief aid to come in.

Now, for the last month, Israel has completely sealed off the Gaza Strip, and refuses to allow food or water in, or electricty, or fuel, any medical supplies, or even any reporters.

Every few months Israel adds more items to the list of goods which for "security reasons" are too dangerous to be brought into the Gaza Strip - a list which now includes such deadly items as:
-chocolate, inlcuding chocolate candy, chocolate spread or cooking chocolate
-yarn
-seeds, either for eating or planting
-paper
-blankets
-pasta
-toothpaste
-coconuts
-kitchenware (plates or any kind of silverware)
-cooking spices of any kind, including salt
-antiobiotic creams or any cream or gel hygiene products
-glassware
-lentils or chickpeas
-metal piping
-construction and building materials & tools, such as nails, paint, trowels, tiles, or hammers
-fertilizer or gardening equipment
-nuts
-hair gel
etc.

The list is arbitrary and changes from day to day.

After the United Nations announced it was no longer permitted by Israel to provide food to Palestinians, a shipment of emergency food aid was scramabled together and sent from Libya; although starving Palestinians lined up at the beaches hoping for the vessel to arrive, this civilian humanitarian ship was turned back yesterday by Israeli warships.

Journalists have been completely barred from entering the strip, as have representatives of international relief agencies, churches, or diplomatic missions. Israel explained that it will not allow any foreign observers into Gaza, as it does not want to permit anyone to "exaggerate" the suffering of Gazans.

Israel's outrageous collective punishment of Gazans is a violation of international law and a grave violation of human rights, and has been condemned by every human rights organization on the planet, manyof whom are now beginning to use the word "genocide."

Here in the US, none of this is mentioned. The only headlines are hundreds of banners proclaiming that Israel has anounced "yet another goodwill gesture" - it intends to release 250 Palestinian prisoners. What is not mentioned is that Israel is holding about 10,000 Palestinian prisoners, many thousands of them snagged at random and held without any charges at all, many of them children - some as young as 12 years old. What is also not mentioned here is that while Israel brags about releasing 250, human rights groups on the ground report that Israel has escalated its kidnapping campaigns - over 330 Palestinians were abducted by the Israelis in November alone. According to a Ramllah human rights group, "the Palestinian citizens kidnapped during the last month included more than 60 children and a number of women from Gaza, faction leaders, activists, journalists and students. [...] the Israeli police also kidnapped a large number of Jerusalemite Palestinians either because they protested for demolishing their houses or because they boycotted the municipal elections in occupied Jerusalem. Eight foreign activists were also locked up in Israeli jails, three of them were kidnapped along with dozens of Palestinian fishermen as they were fishing in the Gaza waters."


ORIGINAL PHOTO: Ahmad Gharabli. A Palestinian man outside a mosque near Ramallah which was vandalized by Jewish settlers, 12/2/08.
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MCC’s Haiti response continues with medical teams, engineers and food aid




MCC’s Haiti response continues with medical teams, engineers and food aid





AKRON, Pa. – Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) medical teams and structural engineers are providing immediate assistance in Haiti now, and distributions of food and relief supplies are ongoing even as MCC plans the next steps in its multiyear response to the Jan. 12 earthquake.

A five-person MCC medical team from Canada is serving in Port-au-Prince March 7 to 20. A three-person medical team from the United States will be in Haiti from March 21 to April 3.

Short-term teams of structural engineers that began arriving in January have examined more than 250 buildings, and MCC is seeking additional engineers who are interested in serving in Haiti this spring.

MCC continues to provide rations of rice, beans, cooking oil, canned meat and spaghetti to nine communities, reaching at least 6,000 people who have been forced from home by the earthquake. It is likely that food is also being given to additional relatives and friends, echoing the strong emphasis on sharing in Haitian culture.

MCC is also providing materials for bamboo and cement-base showers for people living in camps of displaced people. Those living in the camps had identified the need for a private space to wash, especially for women, said Betty Kasdorf, MCC’s Food, Disaster and Material Resources program manager.

MCC relief kits, tarps for shelter, comforters and flat sheets are being distributed as soon as they arrive in Haiti, and additional shipments are on their way to Haiti. Because of expected Haitian government changes that might slow items coming through customs after April, MCC is striving to ship all its initial emergency material aid in the next three to four weeks.

An MCC assessment team visited dozens of people, including MCC partners and government officials, from Feb. 21 to March 6 – hearing from each the enormity of the tasks before them.

MCC’s response will not only address the needs of people within Port-au-Prince, said Ron Flaming, MCC’s director of international programs, but will also include significant efforts to improve the livelihoods and prospects of people who have moved to rural areas.

The assessment team recommends that MCC can meet significant needs in areas including shelter and housing, economic development, food security, education, peace-building and advocacy, health and trauma healing.

“What struck me most is the complexity of the situation,” stressed Kasdorf, who recently visited Haiti as part of the assessment team. “The whole country is affected by this.”

The assessment team found that while food was being distributed within Port-au-Prince, many rural areas had not yet received any assistance and were struggling to share limited food with new arrivals.

Kasdorf said the group heard from nonprofit organizations, from MCC partners and from government officials that what is needed now is for relief, government services, education and jobs to be made more widely available throughout the country.

The scope of this effort will be far greater than rebuilding in a single geographic location.

“It’s a massive, complex humanitarian disaster,” Flaming said. “Right now people are still focused on trying to clean up, on figuring out how to survive today, tomorrow and for the next few months.”

Even as MCC's response in Haiti continues, planning for the next five years is also well underway, says Flaming. Longer-term planning includes determining which communities to focus on and top priorities. He noted that in MCC’s response to the 2004 Asian tsunami, some projects that had the most lasting impact were not planned until a full year after the tsunami hit.

Paramount in all MCC efforts will be listening to the voices of Haitian people and partners and providing tools to help Haitians recover from the quake and build up their own communities, said Kasdorf.

Marla Pierson Lester is publications and website content editor for MCC. 3/18/10











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COOK TURKEY PER POUND : COOK TURKEY


Cook Turkey Per Pound : Lentil Pressure Cooker : The Handy Cookshop.



Cook Turkey Per Pound





cook turkey per pound






    turkey
  • joker: a person who does something thoughtless or annoying; "some joker is blocking the driveway"

  • a Eurasian republic in Asia Minor and the Balkans; on the collapse of the Ottoman Empire in 1918, the Young Turks, led by Kemal Ataturk, established a republic in 1923

  • A large mainly domesticated game bird native to North America, having a bald head and (in the male) red wattles. It is prized as food, esp. on festive occasions such as Thanksgiving and Christmas

  • Something that is extremely or completely unsuccessful, esp. a play or movie

  • large gallinaceous bird with fan-shaped tail; widely domesticated for food

  • The flesh of the turkey as food





    pound
  • A place where stray animals, esp. dogs, may be officially taken and kept until claimed by their owners or otherwise disposed of

  • A place of confinement; a trap or prison

  • thump: hit hard with the hand, fist, or some heavy instrument; "the salesman pounded the door knocker"; "a bible-thumping Southern Baptist"

  • 16 ounces avoirdupois; "he got a hernia when he tried to lift 100 pounds"

  • A place where illegally parked motor vehicles removed by the police are kept until their owners pay a fine in order to reclaim them

  • British pound: the basic unit of money in Great Britain and Northern Ireland; equal to 100 pence





    cook
  • (of food) Be heated so that the condition required for eating is reached

  • Heat food and cause it to thicken and reduce in volume

  • Prepare (food, a dish, or a meal) by combining and heating the ingredients in various ways

  • prepare a hot meal; "My husband doesn't cook"

  • English navigator who claimed the east coast of Australia for Britain and discovered several Pacific islands (1728-1779)

  • someone who cooks food











kld thanksgiving




kld thanksgiving





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Kori’s Thanksgiving Stuffing

1 stick (1/2 cup) butter
1 med. - large yellow onion, chopped
2-3 celery stalks (leaves opt.) diced (about 1 - 2 cups)
Contents from bag of organs and neck from inside of turkey, rinsed
1-3 garlic cloves, chopped
1/4 cup milk
2 loaves bread, cut into 1/2-inch cubes
3/4 - 1 1/2 tsp. salt
1/4 tsp. pepper
1 tsp. celery salt
2 Tbsp. sage
1 tsp. poultry seasoning
1-2 eggs, beaten
2+ cups turkey stock

Instructions:

The night before prepare the Turkey Stock:
Melt butter in large saucepan. Saute onion, garlic cloves and celery in the butter until softened. Add milk and contents of turkey bag. Add water to cover, a little over 2 cups. Simmer for approximately 60 minutes. Remove and discard the neck and organs (opt. chop organ meats and add to stuffing.) Cover pan, refrigerate for the next day. Note: you can make this right before making the stuffing, let cool enough so it doesn’t cook the eggs.

Thanksgiving Day:
Warm up turkey stock, until any butter solids are melted, but not hot enough to cook eggs. In the biggest bowl you own (the extra-large Tupperware bowl works perfect for this), beat egg(s) well; add sage, poultry seasoning, salt and pepper; mix well. Add bread, and about half your turkey stock mixture. At this time add any optional family favorites, such as raisins or chopped apples. Stir together, gradually stir in additional broth until well moistened. (If necessary, add additional store bought broth.) Adjust seasoning as needed. Place stuffing mixture by spoonfuls into your prepared turkey, remembering not to pack it. Bake as you normally would. Recipe will make enough stuffing for at least a 14-pound turkey. Bake any leftover stuffing in lightly greased casserole at 325 degrees for 45 minutes to 1 hour or until heated through. Baste once or twice with the juices from the turkey.

Prepare fully thawed turkey by rinsing several times in cold water. Take a handful of salt and rub around the inside cavity. Place turkey into baking pan (I use an oven bag with mine, so place inside oven bag); tuck wings back and under; secure wings if necessary. Place stuffing mixture into turkey; rub outside of turkey with butter, lightly salt. If desired, sew up turkey openings. Seal turkey bag. Cut holes per instructions from oven bag. Bake according to instructions from oven bag. Remove from oven, let sit at least 15 minutes. Remove stuffing and place in serving bowl before carving.

Credits: Elizabeth Lane's Rockin' Recipe Roundup Week 8; turkey graphic from unknown source; Fonts: Brody, Thanksgiving
Date: Tue November 30, 2005











kld Thanksgiving-stuffing-pg-1




kld Thanksgiving-stuffing-pg-1





Kori’s Thanksgiving Stuffing

1 stick (1/2 cup) butter
1 med. - large yellow onion, chopped
2-3 celery stalks (leaves opt.) diced (about 1 - 2 cups)
Contents from bag of organs and neck from inside of turkey, rinsed
1-3 garlic cloves, chopped
1/4 cup milk
2 loaves bread, cut into 1/2-inch cubes
3/4 - 1 1/2 tsp. salt
1/4 tsp. pepper
1 tsp. celery salt
2 Tbsp. sage
1 tsp. poultry seasoning
1-2 eggs, beaten
2+ cups turkey stock

Instructions:

The night before prepare the Turkey Stock:
Melt butter in large saucepan. Saute onion, garlic cloves and celery in the butter until softened. Add milk and contents of turkey bag. Add water to cover, a little over 2 cups. Simmer for approximately 60 minutes. Remove and discard the neck and organs (opt. chop organ meats and add to stuffing.) Cover pan, refrigerate for the next day. Note: you can make this right before making the stuffing, let cool enough so it doesn’t cook the eggs.

Thanksgiving Day:
Warm up turkey stock, until any butter solids are melted, but not hot enough to cook eggs. In the biggest bowl you own (the extra-large Tupperware bowl works perfect for this), beat egg(s) well; add sage, poultry seasoning, salt and pepper; mix well. Add bread, and about half your turkey stock mixture. At this time add any optional family favorites, such as raisins or chopped apples. Stir together, gradually stir in additional broth until well moistened. (If necessary, add additional store bought broth.) Adjust seasoning as needed. Place stuffing mixture by spoonfuls into your prepared turkey, remembering not to pack it. Bake as you normally would. Recipe will make enough stuffing for at least a 14-pound turkey. Bake any leftover stuffing in lightly greased casserole at 325 degrees for 45 minutes to 1 hour or until heated through. Baste once or twice with the juices from the turkey.

Prepare fully thawed turkey by rinsing several times in cold water. Take a handful of salt and rub around the inside cavity. Place turkey into baking pan (I use an oven bag with mine, so place inside oven bag); tuck wings back and under; secure wings if necessary. Place stuffing mixture into turkey; rub outside of turkey with butter, lightly salt. If desired, sew up turkey openings. Seal turkey bag. Cut holes per instructions from oven bag. Bake according to instructions from oven bag. Remove from oven, let sit at least 15 minutes. Remove stuffing and place in serving bowl before carving.

Credits: Elizabeth Lane's Rockin' Recipe Roundup Week 8; turkey graphic from unknown source;
Fonts: Brody, Thanksgiving
Date: Tue November 30, 2005









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COOKIE MONSTER BABY SHOWER : COOKIE MONSTER


Cookie Monster Baby Shower : Stainless Steel Pasta Cooker : New Games For Cooking



Cookie Monster Baby Shower





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    cookie monster
  • Cookie Monster is a fictional Muppet character on the children's television show Sesame Street. He is best known for his voracious appetite and his famous eating phrases: "Me want cookie!", "Me eat cookie!", and "Om nom nom nom" (said through a mouth full of food).

  • The Cookie Monster is a short story/novella by Vernor Vinge. It was first published in the October 2003 issue of Dell Magazines' anthology publication Analog, and has subsequently been collected in several science fiction anthology collections. It won the 2004 Hugo Award for Best Novella.

  • He has a love for cookies.





    baby shower
  • In some countries, a baby shower is a way to celebrate the pending or recent birth of a child by presenting gifts to the parents at a party. The term "shower" is often assumed to mean that the expectant mother is "showered" with gifts.

  • "The Baby Shower" is the tenth episode of the second season of the NBC sitcom Seinfeld, and the show's fifteenth episode overall.

  • The following is a detailed account of each episode plot during the course of the six seasons of Sex and the City.











Monster Truck Cake




Monster Truck Cake





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I baked last weekend for two events - a baby shower and a football-watching party. I made chocolate mint chip cookies (left) and white chocolate cranberry walnut cookies (right). :)









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