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Roast Turkey Wayside Inn

Oh I was pleased with my turkey!  I cooked Christmas Dinner for three yesterday and it was a lot of work but SO worth it.  Turkey was yummy (especially the stuffing) and I did all the trimmings.  As soon as I get out of bed I’ll be rustling up some bubble and squeak with all the leftover veggies and making Roland Young Rissoles (as per tradition) with the leftover turkey.  Mmm – how I do love my leftovers!

We had loads of fun.  Here is a pic of me and Corinna by my mini Christmas tree (like my nan, I kept my pinny on ALL DAY)

Vic invented a new dance:

And we had Linzer Augen and Vanillekipfert made by Corinna and some mince pies made with Vincent’s pastry:

Ah, what a lovely day.

Recipe from: A Treasury of Great Recipes.  I did follow Delia’s timings for the turkey rather than Vincent’s but if I make this again I’m going to time it as per the great man.  I chickened out of making the gravy from the giblets too.  If I have a helper next year I might attempt it.   A bit too much to juggle on my lonesome…

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About jennyhammerton

I am a film archivist living in London, making film star fodder and writing about the stars and their recipes in my spare time. This blog will record my attempts to make a Vincent Price dish once a week during the Vincentennial. I'm aiming to celebrate the joy of cooking Vincent Price brought to the world through his cookbooks, sound recordings and television series. My main website is at www.silverscreensuppers.com - this site records my attempts to cook the favourite dishes of the greatest film stars of Hollywood's Golden Era - 5 years and counting!

2 responses to “Roast Turkey Wayside Inn

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  2. Lauren

    Everything looks fabulous. I’m very impressed. You definitely need to try giblet gravy next time! Yum. It’s a must-have at Thanksgiving. We only do the turkey dinner thing then. Christmas is usually something different (although a lot of Americans do pretty much the same dinner over again). I wanted a goose, but Paul hasn’t shot one and D’Artagnan wants $154.99. Eeeek!

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