Millboro Elementary School students have provided the following tips for that perfect Thanksgiving turkey. We hope these helpful hints will allow you to celebrate a healthy and prosperous Thanksgiving holiday.
The following recipes were provided by the preschool students in Leslie Brunner’s class at Millboro Elementary School.
I don’t like turkey. Her don’t make turkeys cause the turkeys have deer meat. You know deer meat’s not good for your tummy. You know that? And you know turkey deer meat is not good for your stomach too. You take a little piece and cook it, and boom, it’s done. And you can eat it. And put some sugar on it. And put some spicy meatballs. And them spicy, spicy, spicy stuff.
— Elijah Ingram
Kill turkey. (Gobble, gobble) Stir it. Cut off turkey. My Daddy’s cooking. My Daddy’s trying to watch TV. It tastes sour.
— Lexi Balser
OK, so kill the duck or chicken. Throwed it on the back of Paw Paw’s truck. Lay it on the table and stick a knife and cut it. Put it in the pan, and let it cook for a hundred hours, and then take it out of the oven, put it on the plate, and get a fork, eat it.
— Brentley Altizer
Salt. Cook it in the oven one minute. And then you get it out of the oven. And you wash it, and then you eat it.
— Levi McAllister
Put salt on it. Then you put chicken, then some milk, then some juice, and some tomatoes, then put some salt in it, then put some more milk, then put some tomato inside, then put some rice, then put some like chicken nuggets, then put some like, um, then you put some turkey and like more turkey and like some like, um, more turkey. Then you eat it. And then they cook it, and then they eat it. Cook it for two. Two minutes.
— Gabriel Ryder
First, skin it. Get all the guts out. Then you get a pan, and then you get the turkey on it, then you bake it one minute. Then eat it.
— Easton Martin
We cook a turkey for, I don’t know. I only know how to make heart shape pancake. I don’t know. I think we do it like we put it in a pan, then we put some fruit, vegetables inside it. Then we put salt and pepper in it. Then we put it in the oven, 15 minutes. Then we take it out and put it on the plate. I only know how to make a heart shape pancake with some dough, and then we cut it into heart shape then we put it in the oven, then we put it for 20 hours, then we take it out, put it on the plate, and then we cut it up.
— Ahlahziah Jackson
Kill one. You cook it on the stove. Cut it up, then you stir it up, then put it out of the stove. Then nothing else.
— Ellie Campbell
The following recipes were provided by Donna Armstrong’s kindergarten class at Millboro Elementary School.
You put sugar, you put flour, you put kinda water in it. You put paper on the bottom so it doesn’t spoil. You put it in the oven for like 3 minutes.
Then you take it out and you eat it. Then you get a sharp knife and cut it. Put it in the refrigerator with plastic. And you take it out and you eat it.
— Addalynn Entsminger
You have to put it in the oven. You leave it for 2 minutes then you put a thing around it so it doesn’t spoil.
— Addison Vess
We got it out of the freezer. We thawed it out. Put mayonnaise on it with seasoning. We put it in a pan and covered it up with aluminum foil. Then we put it in the oven. Put a thermometer in it to see if it was done. Took it out of oven. Pulled the legs off and we sliced it. Made gravy with the droppings. We ate it.
— Addy Gilliam
Put it in the stove for 37 minutes. Then you take it out, then set it on the table, then your friends eat with you. Great Thanksgiving turkey.
— Adelyne Chittum
You put sauce in it and then you cook it for 4 minutes. Then take it out and put a little more sauce then I put seasoning and I cook it 1 more minute. Then I put on some little bit more sauce then I cook it for 2 minutes and then I eat it.
— Aislinn O’Conner
Turn the oven on. Put him in the oven for a couple weeks. Then take him out and eat him.
— Ashlyn Frady
I’m gonna put it in the oven for 10 seconds. Then I’m going take it out and eat it.
— Brooklynn Bursey
You wrap it and then you put it in the oven for 10 seconds. Then you eat it.
— Caleb Ingram
I think you put eggs, sugar, seasoning, pepper, and salt. You foil wrap it. Put it in a pan. Put him in the oven for 5 hours. Then just wait. Then just eat it.
— Carley Ady
You put it in the oven for 10 minutes. Then you cut it and then you eat it.
— Colten Clevenger
You put him in the grill then you turn it on for 14 minutes. Then you take him out and eat him.
— Daily Stevens
You need a type of cooking paper. Then you put it on a pan, put it in the oven and then let it cook for I think 15 minutes. Eat it when it’s Thanksgiving dinner.
— Daniel Smith
You put it on a pan. You put it in the oven for 20 minutes. You take it out and eat it.
— Kayton Altizer
Put salt on it. Put pepper on it. Put seasoning on it. Put it in the oven for 4 minutes. Leave him in there forever.
— Levi Landrum
You put it in the oven for a while. Then I take it out and put it in a pan. Then cut it and eat it.
— Levi Markland
Put him in a pan and put it ion the stove for 30 seconds. Then you eat him.
— Noah Ingram
Put it on a pan. Put salt on it. Put it in the oven. Let it cook for 10 minutes. Take it out of the oven. Let it cool. Eat it.
— Olivia Plecker
You cut the oven on. You put the turkey in the oven. Cook it for 40 minutes. Then take it out. Let it cool down. Then put it on the table. Then you cut it in half and eat it.
— Randall Ingram
Put it in the oven. Cook it for 5 minutes. Put salt on it. Put sugar on top of it. Put paper on it. Time to eat it.
— Rose Mitchell
You put it on a pan. You put seasoning on it. You put it in the oven for 4 seconds. You take him out and eat him.
— Ryan Smith
First you take the feathers off. Then you clean the turkey good. You then put lots of butter and seasoning on the bird. Bake the turkey in the oven for 5 hours. Slice and eat.
— Savannah Randozzo Gillispie & Ms. Tolley
You shoot it. You bake it for 2 minutes. Then you put sugar on it. Then you put flour on it. Then salt. Then you cut it and then you put it in the oven for 10 minutes.
— Ty Randozzo
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