The hubby decided to make the turkey for dinner, and of course when you have turkey, you must have stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy, and one of my favorites and a staple for the holidays in my house green bean casserole. And to top it off, a lovely Dutch apple pie, yum.
Ah the week of Thanksgiving. The time we stuff and stuff, then we stuff a little more on that traditional bird of our ancestors. Between that and the green bean casserole, rolls, mash taters and pie, life doesn't get much better than what this week has to offer...
If you hear the words "stuffed turkey" your mouth will probably start watering the way mine does on Thanksgiving. In Montana however it's just as likely to be taxidermy... in other words not roasted with bread stuffing and cranberries but the bird with the head and feathers still attached stuffed and mounted on a plaque you can hang above the mantle on your fireplace...
Later this week, Rhett Akins and his famous pals from the music and hunting world will join forces for his 11th annual charity turkey hunt, Country Goes Huntin’. Like the previous 10 years, the event will consist of a three day turkey hunt (March 22-24) in Dothan, Ala. There, pro hunters will pair with country singers/songwriters for a good time and, more importantly, a great cause.
It was shaping up to be a holiday disaster. One request. Just one simple condiment request for that traditional turkey leftover sandwich. Unfortunately, this is Montana, and Big Sky Country is not known for one thing...Hellmann's Mayo.
The animal rights group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, better known as PETA, does some good work, but it’s the organization’s more absurd stunts that often make headlines — and this one is a prime example.
Citing the suffering of turkeys during the Thanksgiving season, PETA sent a letter to the mayor of Turkey, Texas and asked him to change the town’s name to the tofu-based meat alte