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Does anyone find that one side of a turkey drumstick tastes very different than the inner leg part, which tastes better, to me? And does this marinade even out the flavor of both sides?


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Says the inventor of the compliant, glutien free, carrot cake!
Oooh yummy; glad you mentioned this & thanks Brighid!! Best gf carrot cake recipe I have seen, for its measurements!! Weight of ingredients helps a lot in successful gluten free cooking, especially with recipes like carrot cake, as getting the moistness right is important
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Possum the optional pineapple in the cake is a really nice touch. I highly recommend using it.

I ended up sending this recipe(turkey legs) to a woman in another office at work. I tried to log on from her computer but didn't manage it. She was interested in the site when we brought it up anyway.
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using a tajine... and changing recipe... (I don't like too sweet )...so far I use garlic,onions,olive oil gingerpowder instead of chili, herbes de provence, and putt all into the tajine and for some 30-45 minutes into the oven...soooooo yummy


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using a tajine... and changing recipe... (I don't like too sweet )...so far I use garlic,onions,olive oil gingerpowder instead of chili, herbes de provence, and putt all into the tajine and for some 30-45 minutes into the oven...soooooo yummy


This sounds heavenly, Isale.
I also appreciate the sweetness of gcg's recipe - Often nos amis les Marocains use fruits in their tagines, so perhaps using some chopped currants in place of a sweetening syrup would refine the sweetness while maintaining that key element?



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if so the gout of Provence is gone.....


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Vrai, mais ce que j'ai voulu dire était (True, but what I meant was):

Using gcg's recipe: Substitute dried currants for part/most of the sugar. Still "Moroccan" (rather than "Provençal").

Also: I've done a great deal of provençal cooking but not used ginger powder in it. Tell us more about that!   (s.t.p.  )


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as mentioned...instead of chilli powder it gives also a sort of sharpness but not that toughy... it won't burn out your stomach ....you can also take des herbes italienne...instead of provencales... mais il faut dire que it isn't about the name but that I don't like it too sweet... as being a nonnie........libanese
recipes can be very similar.....


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