Video Interview with Chef Eisel from Bob Evans

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Recently I was able to ask David Eisel, renowned chef and brains behind Bob Evans a few questions about our Thanksgiving Dinner.

Here are the questions I asked…

  1. I have personal holiday favorites that the family either nibble or don’t eat. I don’t want to waste a large casserole dish of green bean casserole or candied yams but I don’t want to eat it by myself either, it won’t help my waist line.  Do you have recipe suggestions for smaller servings for these dishes?
  2. I have heard on a few occasions, but I wanted to ask..Do I really need to baste a Turkey every hour or is it ok to leave it covered until its time to begin the browning process?
  3. I will be cooking for a family of eight. Any suggestions, preparations or “make-aheads” would be greatly appreciated.
Here is what Chef Eisel had to say..Chef Eisel and Momma Young

 

Thank you Chef Eisel for taking the time to answer my questions and for all the great suggestions.

 

 

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  This interview opportunity is sponsored by Bob Evans Farms.  My opinions are my own.

Hi There, I'm Anjanette aka. @MommaYoung. I'm Married to my best friend and Mom to six wonderful kiddos, our house is nothing short of busy.. I keep toddlers entertained, drive the kids around town, keep my house clean (I'm so fibbing) and play with my food. Thanks for stopping by. Please Subscribe to so you don't miss a post.

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