Island sun turkey

From the Passionate Art Of Cooking’s Blog. You gotta visit her site if you have not already!

Island sun turkey.

Island Sun Turkey

Posted by: lastay on: December 16, 2011

12 pounds whole fresh turkey
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 teaspoon salt, adjust to taste
Freshly ground black pepper, adjust to taste
1 medium onion, peeled and quartered
1\3 cup honey
1 celery stalk cut in half
1/2 cup fresh parsley
2 cloves garlic, cut in half

Random Thoughts And Observations

These are in random order and probably of little importance in the big scheme of life; whatever the heck that means.

I saw the first “Obama 12” bumper sticker on a brand new SUV, I wonder if they are the 99% or the 1%?

What is the difference between a fart and a burp other than direction and point of exit?

What was invented first: The catcher’s mask or the cup? Also, what came first: The cup or the jock-strap?

Do women look before they flush like us guys?

If you work with somebody you dislike, do you tell them when they have a dangler in their nose?

If your wife’s mom is your mother in law, if you get a divorce is she your “mother outlaw? Or would you even care?

What would have happen if Bill Gates did not have a garage?

How come nobody has invented a fridge with a storage compartment on its top?

Why is it that it takes more fossil fuel to produce green energy, than it does to extract and refine fossil fuels?

Maria’s Pesto and Goatherd’s Cheese Tartlets via Just A Smidgen’s Blog

This recipe is from my foodie friend north of our border.
http://justasmidgen.com/2011/12/18/marias-pesto-and-goatherds-cheese-tartlet/

Maria’s Pesto and Goatherd’s Cheese Tartlets
(adapted from Delicious: Bite Size)

Ingredients
1 (400 g) package ready-made puff pastry
(thawed if frozen)
1 (200 ml) jar of pesto
1 (300 gm) container cherry tomatoes,
each cut into 3 slices
8 oz goat cheese

kosher salt and cracked black pepper
Fresh basil sprigs, to garnish

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