Holiday greetings, friends,
Poof! All of a sudden we’re coming into the busy, busy winter holiday season so I’ll make this brief. Do the words “RVing” and “turkey” in the same sentence have you shaking your head, thinking “can’t happen”? Well think again! In this episode of the RV Cooking Show host Evanne Schmarder shares her little turkey secret…the crockpot. Moist, tender, and easy. Take a look at Crockpot Turkey Breast for Thanksgiving, we think you’ll agree…it’s delicious!!
We’ve also got some goodies in the Thanksgiving archives:
Try Mom’s Famous Cranberry Sauce…folks in 18 countries over five continents did and gave it a thumbs up.
I’d always been on the lookout for an easy and elegant sweet potato recipe…well, here it is. No video – just a text recipe – but worthy just the same.
Go a bit “rouge” yourself this year with one of our wacky but delish recipes…Trash Can Turkey for the adventurous or double the sauce recipe, use turkey breast instead of chicken, and crockpot a Trailblazer Turkey.
Question: do you track your RV travels? I’ll share my method in this RV Cooking Show episode and have blogged about it around the RV Cooking Show virtual campfire – our blog. Check it out here.
May I take a moment to say that I’ll be counting YOU, our loyal viewers, among my many blessings this year.
Happy thanksgiving to you and yours.
Evanne and the RV Cooking Show family
How right you are, Curtis. I’ll add your comment and your go at crockpot turkey to my thankful list.
I am going to try your crockpot turkey cooking. I like mine moist. Thanks for
sharing. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family and all who reads this.
All Americans have a lot to be Thankful for. We are Blessed and we are alive and WELL. AMEN
This is the perfect Thanksgiving Turkey for on the road. I don’t have an oven in the camper – only the microwave which overcooks. Doing turkey in the crock pot allowed my husband and I to spend more time sightseeing and socializing. Turkey turns out more moist in crock pot than regular oven cooking at home. We finished up the turkey on the charcoal grill. Aluminum wrapped sweet potatoes were cooked directly on top of, and all amongst hot charcoal coals. Yummy.
Gee, using “trash can turkey” and “going rogue” in the same sentence? Perhaps there’s a not so subtle linkage between the two.