Turkey breast meat (healthy), cinnamon apples, a square of stuffing (awful tasting), brown gravy, cranberry jelly and milk. All I can say is, ugh.
Sean supplemented with an apple, which they had for free!
Free lunchtime extras = healthy!
One thing about my boys, they try to choose healthy, which is fantastic. They can probably tell you how much protein is in an egg.
We had turkey on Thanksgiving. I love Williams-Sonoma dry brine and we coated the turkey with it before roasting. Unfortunately, there aren’t any “after” pictures.
Rest assured, that the turkey was as moist as it would have been had we used a wet brine.
We’ve been having a lot of fun playing cards and bored games with the kids recently…which is really great for family time at night.
Time for Monopoly!
As I’m writing this I’m wondering if you all have heard about our marinade business, Bare Bones Marinade.
Bare Bones Marinade
I’m going to start a new blog solely concerning our marinade business. We are in 7 retail markets in the Charlotte, NC area, 2 in the Canton, GA area, and are running radio spots continuously. It’s becoming extremely popular! We also have a website if you would like to place orders: click here for the site .
Thanks to my close high school friends for posting on their FaceBook pages about our marinade:
Vicki James, Monique Johnson, Matt Beck, and Chris McDonald! Hope you all enjoy your packages!
Later this week I will have pictures of some of the food that we’ve made with the marinade. You can use it every type of meat and seafood…and I even drizzle it on veggies.
Using some large brine bags, I am currently marinading some baby back ribs.
Baby Back Ribs marinading in Bare Bones Marinade
Warning: No one has ever tried it and not LOVED it. Just throwing it out there!
Have a wonderful Wednesday and I will be back soon with more stories and pictures!