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These cornbread turkeys are a perfect side dish for Thanksgiving.

Source: The Martha Stewart Show, November Fall 2008

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  • wendrewlee
    26 JAN, 2009
    I made this for Thanksgiving and it was such a hit I made it for Christmas dinner as well. Both kids and adults loved the recipe and ate both cornbreads leaving no leftovers! I did reduce the salt to 1 teaspoon and that seemed plenty enough. The recipe is so flavorful you don't need much added salt.
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  • vltsunflower
    3 DEC, 2008
    I made this for Thanksgiving. The presentation was great, but it tasted bland. My family said they loved it, but I didn't agree. I didn't taste the salt like everyone has been saying. I like my cornbread to be sweet and and even after putting the honey butter on it I was still wanted it sweeter. Finding the turkey pan was a pain. I called several Macy's stores near me and no one had it or had even heard about it. I had to drive 30 miles to find one.
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  • frankiesgirl
    27 NOV, 2008
    Purchased my pan from Nordic Ware...$39.99 - made the cornbread for Thanksgiving....heeded the advice about the salt...used only 1 teaspoon ....family enjoyed very much, but suggested they would like just a little stronger taste of the jalapeno and use with regular salted butter in place of the honey butter....will certainly make again!!!
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  • ShannonGrace
    23 NOV, 2008
    If any of you live near a Williams-Sonoma outlet I got the turkey pan for $6.00!!!! I ws so excited and can't wait to make this recipe for my Thanksgiving!!
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  • PKJ
    18 NOV, 2008
    Made this and the salt was unbearable. Martha you and your team need to check this out before the big day. I'm glad I did a test run! Way to much salt.
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  • PKJ
    18 NOV, 2008
    Made this and the salt was unbearable. Martha you and your team need to check this out before the big day. I'm glad I did a test run! Way to much salt.
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  • lizla21
    17 NOV, 2008
    Made this last night and the salt was unbearable. Way too much! That's saying a lot because I LOVE salt. Couldn't taste any of the other ingredients. If I made this again, which I probably won't, I would use 1tea rather than 1.5 tbs.
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  • maremare1969
    17 NOV, 2008
    You can purchase the Turkey pan at Macy's.
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  • GizziLou
    17 NOV, 2008
    I only saw the preview because I fell asleep during the show. Could someone tell me where you get the turkey pan? Thanks!
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  • margaretmcginnis
    16 NOV, 2008
    I just finished making the cornbread. After tasting it, I was sad to admit it had too much salt in it for me. The crunch of the corn was delightful. Everything else was ok. Margaret.
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