Not sure she’s the coolest dog in town, but she’s cute and the Corona makes this photo food blog worthy — It’s Maggie, my sister’s dog fitting-in well with the boys at a recent holiday party.
Happy Thanksgiving to YOU from Nibbles of Tidbits, a Food Blog.
We’re thankful for great food, drinks, family and friends today and every single day.
Food should be tasty if you’re making it — That’s what I think. Make it tasty.
It is what it is. Get over it and pass the… Turkey, or whatever you prefer. 😉
It’s Thanksgiving savings time — Fall back.
Good thing I didn’t make the Turkey this year, you’d wonder.
We’re thankful to keep nibbling on tidbits of everything and will report on more soon.
Thank you precious United States Veterans! I will forever honor you and contribute money and time to assist you how I can. We at Nibbles of Tidbits wish all Veterans a very happy Veterans’ Day. On Wednesday, November 11, 2015, several restaurants will show Veterans how special they are by offering them something special. Cheers to those that do something special for a Veteran.
Famous Dave’s BBQ – Free Appetizer or Dessert
IHOP Restaurant – Free Red, White and Blue Pancakes
Claim Jumper – Free Dinner or Lunch
Denny’s – Free Grand Slam Breakfast
Applebee’s – Free Meal from a Special Veterans’ Day Menu
California Pizza Kitchen – Free Meal from a Special Veterans’ Day Menu
McCormick & Schmick’s – Free Meal from a Special Veterans’ Day Menu
Wienerschnitzel – Free Chili Dog and Small Pepsi
Additional Veterans’ Day offerings are here. Show a military ID to receive all of the above and more.
It’s true what the package says — The Turkey browned in the bag, was tender and tasted great.
I didn’t know Jennie-O sold such a Turkey. I didn’t have to remove the giblets, yay!
Since the Turkey was so easy to prepare, I made a complete, early Thanksgiving Dinner.
And surprisingly I discovered that I like Turkey Bacon, though I wasn’t even sure I wanted to try it. It looks quite different than Bacon in its raw state. It feels like Bologna, kind of looks like a surfboard and fake Bacon with a line running down the middle, but it tastes pretty good, like Bacon.
Turkey Bacon cooks up nice and crisp, but it’s a little harder to tell when it’s done. I accidentally burnt the first batch, but the second batch (below) turned out well. There is a fine line between burnt and nicely crisp. Turkey Bacon is in a few of the Jennie-O Thanksgiving Side Dishes.
I will definitely buy Jennie-O’s Oven Ready Whole Turkey and Turkey Bacon again. I appreciate the coupons they sent us. I gave away a couple of them. When purchasing Jennie-O’s Oven Ready whole Turkey, a lady in line in front of me, expressed her love for Jennie-O products and had never seen their Oven Ready Whole Turkey, so I gave her one of the Jennie-O coupons to try it too.
Thank you Jennie-O! I tried a couple products I never thought to try before and actually really like ’em. I have a better appreciation of Jennie-O’s products. They offer much more than we thought.