Have a Berry Happy Thanksgiving from Kitchen Tested and Macy’s!

24 Nov

My Raspberry Plum Thanksgiving Duck has been featured on Macy’s community blog, mBLOG! Check it out!

http://mblog.macys.com/t5/Home/Have-a-berry-happy-Thanksgiving/ba-p/1596

Macy’s Facebook page invited food bloggers from across the country to share their most beloved and original holiday recipes for a chance to win some incredible prizes.

At the end of the month, four winners will be announced: the two recipes with the most Macy’s Facebook fan votes and two Editor’s Choice entries that will be judged – by Food Republic – based on ease of preparation, creativity and overall appeal. All 4 winners receive a $1000 Macy’s Gift Card in addition to bragging rights and a bevy of other amazing goodies.

Voting is open until November 30, so if you’re a food blogger – show us what you’ve got! But even if you’re not, check out some of these mouth-watering recipes and vote for your favorite. In the meantime, we’ve rounded up a few of our favorite submissions to help inspire your upcoming Thanksgiving Day menu. What’s the one thing they all have in common? You guessed it —  berries. Enjoy!

Whole Wheat Cranberry Spice Oat Muffins
thenaptimechef.com
http://www.thenaptimechef.com/2011/11/whole-wheat-cranberry-spice-oat-muffins-martha-stewart-casserole-dish-giveaway-powernap/

Pork Tenderloin with a Cranberry-Raspberry Sauce
deliciousshots.blogspot.com
http://deliciousshots.blogspot.com/2011/11/pork-tenderloin.html

Raspberry Plum Thanksgiving Duck
kitchen-tested.com 
http://kitchen-tested.com/2011/11/14/raspberry-plum-thanksgiving-duck/

Cranberry Apple Pie
Creative Kitchen Adventures 
http://creativekitchenadventures.com/2011/11/16/thanksgiving-favorites-cranberry-apple-pie-my-first-giveaway/

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2 Responses to “Have a Berry Happy Thanksgiving from Kitchen Tested and Macy’s!”

  1. Faigy November 24, 2011 at 12:03 pm #

    I recently moved to Seattle and Francine was telling me all about your blog so i figured i would check it out and i love it!! i actually ate by Francine last shabbos and she also made duck using a pressure cooker. i do not have one and would love to try your recipe. can you tell me how to prepare the same recipe without using a pressure cooker?

    • kitchen tested November 24, 2011 at 12:06 pm #

      Hi Faigy! Thanks for checking out my blog. I hope you love living in Seattle!! Without the pressure cooker, I suggest braising the duck in the oven for a few hours by covering the duck tightly with the ingredients from the pressure cooker and cooking at 350 for 3-4 hours, then follow the last step in the oven at 400 degrees for 20-25 minutes.

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