When it comes to making snacks and appetizers for your Thanksgiving family get together this "Cheese Tray Turkey As Promised," recipe is a cute addition to any table. It just goes to show how much fun you and creativity you can have with food!
This cheese turkey platter has all sorts of things to love from some mild cheddar and colby jack cheeses, Oldani salami, flipped pretzels crackers for the feathers. Peppercorns for the eyes, half a pistachio shell for the beak (make sure no one tries to eat it!), and toothpicks for the legs. A folded piece of salami for the waddle. This turkey cheese and meat platter is the perfect plate to have at Thanksgiving dinner.
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She offers up an interesting suggestion for crockpot meals in favour of using the grill as soon as the weather gets a little warmer. It's the perfect chance to try a recipe like Sweet Korean barbecue slow cooker sauce, its barbecue that's not actually made on the barbecue, but a great way to make dinner on hot summer days. This mom uses the crockpot all summer, they are easy to use, allowing you to throw together a meal for the family, you can make a chuck roast with sauce and have leftovers, without having to do much work! Making this Korean barbecue slow cooker sauce is easy by using sour cream and sriracha to taste, you then have an amazing sauce for rice bowls, you can even through the rich in the rice cooker just before dinner. You might cook up some broccoli or another vegetable to thrown in and layer with the rice, veggie, barbecue and creamy sriracha sauce. You can use this recipe for tacos, by layering the tortilla, beef, cabbage with a little bit of lime juice squeezed in, and the creamy sriracha sauce. When you are a busy mom, it's ideas like this that make life so much easier. As easy as planning ahead, and using your crock pot!