If you don't know what Friday's Feast is all about, please read the Friday's Feast page for a more detailed explanation. If you want to join in on the feast— be sure to leave a comment and include the URL to your post so I and others can know of your contribution. Also, if you want to see a particular topic— feel free to suggest it as well (I'm always looking for new inspirations).
Participants in this weeks Feast are as follows:
- Joanie M @ Joanie's Random Ramblings
A Thanksgiving feast to remember (or want to forget).
- Stacy @ Stacy's Random Thoughts
Here's a dish designed to be reheated.
- Carl Vine @ Carl Vine's 40th Parallel Universe
A "hot" tip on how NOT to cook your bird.
With inspirations from Mrs. Mackinac…
So often we have Crudité left over from Thanksgiving. Crudité (pronounced Crew-de-tay, not Crud-ight) is a fancy way of saying vegetable platter. Since the fresh cut vegetables go faster than the turkey meat, this is one that we tend to serve up first.
- Crudité Stir Fry:
- Peanut Oil
- 1 Wok or Iron Skillet
- Cut Vegetables
Carrots, Broccoli, Green Peppers, etc..
- 1 t Corn Starch
- 1/4 C Soy Sauce
- Pour enough peanut oil to cover the Wok or pan.
- Heat the oil in the pan over high heat.
- Add the vegetables.
You may want to add the firmer vegetables in first.
- Mix the corn starch into the soy sauce in a separate dish.
- Stir the corn starch/soy sauce mixture into the pan.
- Grate the ginger into the pan.If you don't have fresh ginger, you can use a dash or two of ground ginger.
- Enjoy with cooked rice.
Since Christmas is just around the corner, I thought I would dedicate the entire month of December to it. Here are some possible topics that can whet your appetite:
- Do you have any special meals that you make for Christmas?
- Are there any food items that you only get around Christmas?
- What is fruitcake anyway?
- You can't have Christmas without cookies…
So… if you have anything that relates to this topic, be sure to leave a comment and include the URL so I can include you in the next weeks feast. Even if you have already posted on this topic in the past— your links are always welcome.