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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

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Win a Martha Stewart Roaster with Roasting Rack

15 Nov

And the winner of the Martha Stewart Roaster is…Sara Mark! Thanks to everyone for your participation and support. 

1 person will win a Martha Stewart Collection Roaster, 15″ Stainless Steel with Roasting Rack worth $79.99. Winner will be announced on Friday, November 18th, just in time for Thanksgiving! THIS CONTEST IS OVER.

Click here to ‘like’ Kitchen Tested on Facebook and then share this contest on your own Facebook page (or if you already ‘like’ KT, just share): “LIKE Kitchen Tested on Facebook and enter to win a Martha Stewart Roaster with Roasting Rack http://wp.me/p1jysD-Bc”

To be entered, please let me know in the comments below once you’ve shared!

*Receive a bonus entry by subscribing to Kitchen Tested. If you are already subscribed, you will automatically be entered in to the drawing.

Good luck! Open to U.S. Residents only.

Don’t forget to submit your favorite holiday recipes at Macy’s Facebook page for a chance to win a dinner with a renowned Macy’s Culinary Council chef, including Emeril Lagasse, Wolfgang Puck, Cat Cora or Todd English! I highly recommend checking it out.

Raspberry Plum Thanksgiving Duck

14 Nov

When most people hear the word “Thanksgiving”, they probably think about pumpkin, stuffing, pecan pie, and, of course, turkey. When I hear “Thanksgiving”, I immediately think of duck! Sure, my Auntie Ellen’s stuffing was epic, my Dad’s cranberry sauce was tart, and there was always a succulent roast turkey on the table, but when I picture the festive Thanksgiving table of my childhood, I see my Grandmother’s mouth-watering sweet and sour duck. With its crispy skin, tender flesh and sweet orange flavor, that duck was our centerpiece on Thanksgiving and I’ve tried to continue the tradition at my own families table.  Continue reading