Saturday, November 19, 2011

The Answer Is GravyMaster

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Time flies so quick next week will be Thanksgiving Day! Everybody is excited and everybody is talking about where to buy the best turkey. Some says this certain store has on sale and this store has more discount on their turkey but my question is without a gravy turkey will not be that good. The first time we host a Thanksgiving party with my hubby’s children I do not know what to do. I ask my hubby’s Aunt what to prepare and what to do in cooking the turkey. Somehow, they have the same answer because you only have to either fry or bake the turkey but my question is how to make the inside moist, tender and yummy. Aside from those reasons what about the gravy. I am very meticulous in terms of gravy because I do not like a grave that taste like fat oil. 
However, it changes when I happen to know GravyMaster. It helps you in any way you think possible. It is not for gravy only but also helps caramelize foods, enhances and locking the flavor and juices of any kind of dish you are going to cook. Master the meal is what GravyMaster is called we do not use it only on holiday season but all yearlong! That is why I like to tell everybody how wonderful to have GravyMaster in your kitchen as part of your daily help. In addition, like me who like sauces with my entire dish I can use GravyMaster for it too. So friends I encourage you to try this product GravyMaster.  You can leave a message on my comment box and tell me what you make with GravyMaster. What are your plans to make this weekend or this coming Thanksgiving Day? Because as for me I will try this, this coming weekend for marinating the pork ribs that I am going to grill. I am also planning to cook lumpia shanghai and instead of the chili sauce that I used to dip the lumpia shanghai I will try the GravyMaster.  It is fun to improvise and experiment with food and with GravyMaster, we could never be wrong. 
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LV said...

This sounds good, but with just me I do not cook much anymore. Have a great, blessed holiday.

donna said...

GravyMaster is new to me, but it's worth a try. I already have every single ingredient in the house for our Thanksgiving dinner, but maybe I'll give it a try for Christmas dinner.

Nice of you to visit my blog.


Oregon Gifts of Comfort and Joy said...

Kim, this is the first that I have heard of Gravy Master. I'll keep my eyes open for it.

My Grandma always cooked her turkey upside down so that the fat would drip into the turkey breasts. I do that too sometimes.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Kathy M.

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