Episode-1681- Chef Keith Snow on Thanksgiving Dinner Survival
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Tune in today for a special edition of The Survival Podcast with Chef Keith Snow. Keith is the creator of HarvestEating.com which focuses on eating seasonally and cooking with food you can grow in your backyard of obtain locally.
He is also a daily listener to our show and shares many common ideals with the Survival Podcast audience.
So I thought who better to bring on the air in preparation for Thanksgiving then Chef Keith.
Whether you are going though having the “in laws” over for the first time or just want to have the best Thanksgiving meal you ever cooked, today’s show is for you.
Tune today to learn…
- Simple steps to a perfect turkey
- Easy great gravy without the paper envelope
- Root veggies beyond the potato – parsnips, turnips, etc.
- Awesome roasted sweet potatoes with special secret ingredient
- Chef Keith gets stumped on what to do with an Ostrich egg
- Ideas for vegetarian meals without resorting to Tofurkey
- Chocolate cake with no flour
- Baked apples that will be a big hit
- Keeping appetizers simple and light
- Making the experience stress free and enjoyable
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- Sawtooth Tactical – (sponsor of the day)
- Bulk Ammo – (sponsor of the day)
- The Year 1681
- Some Humor – Everybody Loves Raymond and the Tofu Turkey
- Chef Keith Snow’s Links
Bob Wells Plant of the Week – White Fruiting Mulberry – highly adaptable from zone 6-11.
The white mulberry is one of the most amazing trees you can grow. They grow large or can be pruned into almost any size or dimension of your choosing. The leaves are also highly palatable as live stock forage.
The berries are white to light pink and do not stain like red or black mulberries, so they are great for areas we ofen consider to close to a building or sidewalks for mullberry.
The berries can be eaten fresh, dried, made into jams, jellies, sauces, syrups, wines or used as adjuncts in meads or beers. On top of all this they have been called a super food by TVs Dr. Oz and are high in antioxidants, protein along with other nutritional factors.
Bob Wells specializes in edible landscape, including: Fruit Trees, Berry Plants, Nut Trees, as well as the hard to find Specialty Fruit Trees. Find this plant and more at BobWellsNursery.com
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This was such a great podcast on thanksgiving and I was wondering if you have a helpful podcast for weddings? You know “everything you do should improve your lifestyle (like getting married) even if nothing ever goes wrong (which it will starting with the wedding) . . . .