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For the thanksgiving holiday, we share with you a lighthearted Thanksgiving poem, and a delicious Cranberry and Brie Cheese Biscuit recipe! 
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The Adventures of Tom the Turkey


Tom the Turkey took a stroll
And ran into a dinner roll
The roll was frantic, out of breath
“don’t go that way, it’s certain death!”
He pointed shakily up ahead
“I’m not joking, you’re as good as dead!”

Tom’s no dummy, he turned around
And shuddered at a horrid sound
“Oh dear, oh dear, which way to go?”
Just then he saw a potato
The carnage was swift, Tom just gasped
as poor, dear potato was instantly mashed

Tom ran and ran til a cranberry he crossed
And before Tom could warn him, that cranberry was sauced
He saw some green beans standing proud and bold
Then screamed in shock when they were casseroled
“Oh, the humanity” Tom loudly cried
As he witnessed a pumpkin and sweet potato pied!

Now there’s only so much that a turkey can stand
So, he headed for home to his owner’s farmland
He burst through the door screaming “they’re barbarians!”
Then hugged owner tight “thank God you’re vegetarians!”
Cranberry and Brie Biscuits 

Prep Time:  15 minutes
Bake Time:  15 – 20 minutes

Ingredients 

1 container canned biscuits 
1 can Jellied Cranberry Sauce 
1 round Brie Cheese 
½ stick Butter 
2 cloves fresh garlic – finely chopped
¼ cup chopped parsley 

Instructions

 1.   Preheat oven to 350 degrees
 2.   Separate the biscuits, and place on a lightly
       floured cutting board.
 3.  Using a rolling pin, flatten the biscuits into a
       thin layer.  
 4.   Cut the round of Brie cheese into 1 inch x
        1 inch squares
 5.   Place a tablespoon of jellied cranberry
       sauce on top of the biscuit  
 6.   Place one square of brie cheese on top of the            jellied cranberry sauce
 7.   Fold the biscuit over the cranberry and brie
       cheese, pinching the edges to seal the biscuit,
       place on a baking sheet.
 8.   Melt butter, adding fresh garlic and parsley
 9.   Brush butter mixture over tops of sealed                  biscuits
10.  Place biscuits in the oven, bake for 15 – 20
       minutes or until golden brown
11.  Serve warm.

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