My Aunt Dot's Cornbread Dressing recipe is one of the best I have ever had. Last year at Thanksgiving, my family raved over this recipe and said make it just like this for Christmas! To save time, I assemble this the day before. Just remember, to cover well and take it out of the refrigerator about 30 minutes before cooking.
Everythime I go through my stacks of cookbooks and folders, I find a recipe that I loved and could not throw away. This is another one of those recipes. I got this out of a cookkbook from 25 years ago and still enjoy making this.
This recipe comes from Cuisine at Home. The turkey is well seasoned and moist. I used the insert for my crock pot to brine the turkey. It was the perfect size. The breast should be done in approximately 2 hours. The time given does allow for brining for 2 hours and 2 hours cooking time.
This is another recipe I got from "Brain Foods for Kids: Over 100 Recipes to Boost Your Childs Intelligence" a mail in offer I got from Kashi. The whole family seems to like it pretty well. We usually do these for breakfast when we have leftover mashed potatoes from a dinner. I sometimes substitute fresh spinach or even bok choy for the cabbage. Also the recipe originally called for the patties to be coated in flour and fried in sunflower oil, but I omit the flour coating and just spray the pan with olive oil spray to cut calories and fat.