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We're not sure if you can find all of the ingredients listed below at our neighborhood Cee Bee Food Store, but we still trust you'll enjoy the following Thanksgiving turkey recipes from kindergarten students at Kyrock and South Edmonson Elementary Schools. Enjoy!
Mrs. Jodi Johnson’s Kindergarten Recipes (KYROCK)
*Jon Brooks- I will buy a turkey from Wal-Mart—a fat one. I don’t know what hour to cook it, but it will be brown. Put on a plate. Take parts out of it. Leave bones on plate. Eat with family.
*Jake Lile- I would pick to kill it instead of buying at a store. I would shoot it behind the shoulder—like I do with deer. I will call for help from my papaw & cousins. Turkey can ride on back of Ranger. Gut it & I will cook it by myself. I will cook it 10 minutes at my mamaw’s. Get other food ready. I am going to ask my cousins, Gracie (since she is my sister, of course), mom, dad, mamaw, papaw, Gran, to eat with me.
*Madalyn Long- I usually buy a turkey at a store. This year I will get a big one. I will clean it at home. I put it in oven. I usually cook them for two minutes. It will be done when it looks brown. We usually put lettuce stuff around turkey. Then eat.
*Camlyn Sowders- I would hunt a turkey in the woods. I would shoot a little one. They are easier to carry out. I would put it in a bag to get it out of the woods. I will cook it with my mom. I would think you cook it a long time, but maybe not long- since I shot a little bird. It will look like a turkey, but a cooked one, when done.
Mrs. Nora’s Kindergarten Turkey Recipes (KYROCK)
You get the turkey at the store. Then you cook it in the stove. You have to put seasons on it (hot seasons and a little spices), and then it’s done!
You go out in the woods and shoot it. Then you cook it in the oven. Then you eat it.
To cook a turkey you would buy it at Meijer. Then you bake it in the oven for 6 minutes. You put pepper on it and that’s pretty much it.
You buy a turkey at Wal-Mart. You cook it inside the oven. You cook it for 10 minutes and it’s done.
Mrs. Ali’s Turkey Recipes (KYROCK)
You go in the woods. My Papaw goes in the woods and kills it. Mamaw cooks the turkey. She cooks it in the hot oven. She has to put seasoning on it. Then it’s done and you eat it.
My dad usually buys a turkey at Wal-Mart. Then he brings it home and cooks it—usually in the oven. The oven is very hot, but that might burn the turkey so just put it on normal. You have to put spices on it, but I like my turkey with A-1.
Well first of all, if I would get a turkey I would just go kill one cause’ that’s how me and my family roll--because we are hunters. I really don’t know how to cook it but well, it’s really simple. Well, I think that you would need to cook it in the oven. You pluck the feathers off, and just cook it.
You get the turkey from the farmer. When you get home you cook it in the kitchen. You put it in the oven for 10 hours. Then you eat it.
Mrs. Summer Rich's Kindergarten class (SEES)
"Get a turkey from Druggins Farm. Stuff it with love. Rub spice on top of it. Cook it in a pot at 4 degrees for 50 hours. Serves 4 people."
"Get a turkey from Kroger. Stuff it with seasoning chicken and grapes. Rub cheese and pepperoni on top of it. Cook it in the deep fryer at 100 degrees for 10 seconds. Serves 4 people, Mammy, Mommy, Papaw, Nanna, and me."
"Get a turkey from the Cee Bee. Stuff it with salt, chicken, steak, and broccoli. Rub butter and cheese on top of it. Cook it in the microwave at 15 degrees for 16 weeks. Serves 10 people."
"Get a turkey from the woods. Stuff it with chocolate, ice cream, sausage, pizza, pancakes, lettuce, tomatoes, and cake. Rub pizza, pancakes, and brownies on top of it. Cook it in the oven at 40 degrees for 60 hours. Serves 70 people."
"Get a turkey from Wal-Mart. Stuff it with cotton balls, leaves, and feathers. Rub pepper on top of it. Cook it in the oven at 5 degrees for 6 minutes. Serves A LOT."
"Get a turkey from the Dollar Store. Stuff it with cookies, sprinkles, chips, and donuts. Rub chicken grease on top of it. Cook it in a pan at 2 degrees for 21 hours. Serves 4 people."
Happy Thanksgiving from Jeff, Cindy, and all the hard-working staff at your friendly Cee Bee Food Store!
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Cook sausage and drain excess grease. In large mixing bowl, combine all ingredients. Roll into 1 inch balls and place on cookie sheet approximately 1 inch apart. Bake 15 to 20 minutes and serve warm.
Mexican Corn Bread
Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Mix cornmeal, baking soda, salt, buttermilk, eggs, bacon drippings and corn together. Pour ½ of mixture into greased 10 inch heavy skillet. Sprinkle cheese & peppers over mixture. Top with remaining batter, being careful to seal the edges with batter. Bake for 30 to 40 minutes.
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