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Their menu will consist of stuffed beef and turkey burgers, their special “air” fries, homemade potato and pasta salads, as well as their homemade pickles and hand crafted shakes.
Thousands of stuffed plush bears arranged in a shape of a tree hang from the ceiling of a shopping mall in Beirut
You can grill, brine, smoke, microwave or deep-fry a turkey, but if you do, it should NOT be stuffed.
The decline in the export volume of stuffed toys was suffered mostly by producers of lower-middle quality dolls, many of which discontinued production due to the fact that the US dollar had appreciated fourfold against the rupiah by the end of 1997.
Use a food thermometer to be sure stuffed poultry or stuffing cooked separately in a casserole are safely cooked and have reached a safe minimum internal temperature of 165 xF.
Allow 3 to 4 hours roasting time for a 14- to 18-pound unstuffed bird, a little longer for a stuffed bird.
If half a Mediterranean Stuffed Focaccia is light, so is a cup of ice cream or a slice of Pizza Hut Big New Yorker pepperoni pizza.
That Mike Kelley has "done" stuffed animals before rendered this installation only slightly less compelling.
Build-A-Bear Workshop not only offers a variety of make-your-own stuffed animals, outfits and accessories to choose from, but provides Guests the chance to express their Valentine's Day wishes in a unique and very personal way.
We had lots of vegetables (green beans, stuffed bell peppers, stuffed onions, squash and so on), only a small amount of meat and often just sliced cucumbers, tomatoes or radishes or olives instead of a green salad.
But stuffed pita bread conjures up images of healthy food.
Inspired by Nikki, Build-A-Bear Workshop launched the Nikki's Bear series of stuffed animals to raise money for children's charities.