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Recipe Name: A Neoclassical Thanksgiving Dinner Submitted by: Administrator
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Number of Servings: 1

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Twelve creative twists on Thanksgiving tradition Olives -- Peppered
Citrus Olives Carrots -- Grated Carrot and Date Salad with Gorgonzola
Turkey -- Rosemary-Sage Turkey Breast Dressing ~- Dried Fig and
Apricot Stuffing Gravy -- Sherried Portobello Gravy Onions --
Cornbread and Apple-Stuffed Onions First Potato -- Spicy Sweet Potato
Won Tons Second Potato -- Parsley Root and Pureed Potatoes Peas -- Pea
Shoots and Jerusalem Artichokes Cranberries -- Cranberry Sorbet Pie --
Pumpkin Ice Cream Tarts Leftovers -- Double Celery Turkey Salad A
PLAN FOR GETTING READY One week before: Make Pumpkin Ice Cream; make
Cranberry Sorbet. One week to three days before: Make Peppered Citrus
Olives. The day before: Make pastry shells for Pumpkin Ice Cream
Tarts; make cornbread and parboil onions for Corn Bread and Apple-
Stuffed Onions. The morning of the day: Peel potatoes and parsley
root; keep in cold water until read to cook. Make Dried Fig and
Apricot Stuffing. Bake sweet potatoes and chop serrano chiles for
Spicy Sweet Potato Won Tons. Make dressing for Grated Carrot and Date
Salad. Make dressing for Pea Shoot Salad with Jerusalem Artichokes.
The San Francisco Chronicle, November 15, 1995 Posted to MM-Recipes
Digest V4 #194 by Linda Place <> on Jul 27,

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