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Brush Creek Elementary kindergartners offer recipes

Cindy Ramunno Special to the Daily

A list of Thanksgiving recipes from Kindergarten students at Brush Creek Elementary:

– “Put it in the oven. It starts getting hot. You cut the head off because you don’t want to eat the head. Then you put a little salt on it and eat it.” – Tyler Greear

– “You have to go hunt a turkey. Then cook it by putting it in a pan and put it in the oven.” – Isaac Yoder



“Go and hunt for a turkey. Put it in the oven and roast it for seven minutes. Take it and feast!” – Dudley Ottley

“Put it in the oven, stuff it with salad and cook it for 15 minutes. Take it out and eat!” – Ivy Smial



“Make a hole in the turkey. Put some stuffing in. Then string the turkey back up. Then put it in the oven for 16 hours. Then take it out and then put some turkey sauce on it. Then have a feast!” – Hailey Mumpower

“I think you should put it in the oven and cook it for 20 minutes. Put gravy on it and eat it.” – Lexy Peters

“Put barbeque sauce on it. Put some apples on it. Stuff it with cauliflower and put it in the oven for 20 minutes.” – John Carey



“Put it in the oven. Put some spices on it maybe some cinnamon. Cook for eight hours then pull it out of the oven and we can share it.” – Quinn Story

“Put it in the oven, then time it for 30 minutes. Put spice on it, then eat it.” – Jessica Hartley

“Cook it in a pot with some salt and rice. Cook it for three hours. Take it out and put some on everyone’s plate.” – Matthew Jordan

“Get a bowl and put sugar and salt with the turkey. Cook it for five minutes. Take it out and eat it.” – David Yeo

“Put garlic on it and a sour taste on it. Put it in the oven for five minutes.” – Lyle Wilkens

“Put it on the grill for six minutes. Eat it.” – Carlee Morrison

“I would put grease on it and put it in the oven and cook it for 98 minutes. Put a little chicken juice on it and eat.” – Benjamin Zuckerman

“Put mashed potatoes and gravy on it. Put it in the oven for 20 minutes. Take it out and eat it with orange juice.” – Ashley Floyd

“Put ketchup and mustard on it. Cook it in the microwave for 100 minutes. Put milk on it and egg and then eat.” – Richard Nyguen

“Cut it, squeeze the juice out of it. Bake it. I don’t know what else. And eat it.” – Amber Barbella

“My mom cooks it and then I just wait.” – Hannah Keller

“I don’t know.” – Anatole Arnold

“My mom buys it. She brings it home and cooks it in the oven and then it is done.” – Clare Mulvey

“I would stick it in the oven and then I would turn it on low and let it cook for 20 minutes or so and then I would take it out and then I would set up the table and then I would start eating it.” – Ethan Pence

“Put it in the oven, ummm, it’s hard think about a turkey. I didn’t even see my mom make one.” – Brooke Cabin

“I probably, um, would put it in the oven for two or three hours and we’d take it out, put a little pepper on it and start tippin’ it up and eat it.” – Jay Neal

“UmmmŠI never saw one before.” – James Curran

“Well, when we bake it there is this little bone that we see and this turkey is kind of covered up and you bake it in the oven and that’s all.” – Kyle Figg

“Put it in the oven and take it out and let it cool.” – Alix Thurston

“I would cook a turkey like, putting it in a big dish and then putting it in the oven and let it sit in there for like 10 or 20 minutes.” – Conner McGillvray

“My mom cooks a turkey in the microwave then she takes it out and then we eat it.” – Kaitlyn Are

“I put it in the oven and eat it.” – Bryce Muehlethaler

“You put it in the oven and then you take it out and then you can eat it.” – Ross Woodland

“My mom and dad bake a turkey. They put it in the oven and they put gravy on it, maybe, then uh, we eat it.” – Lance Brevig

“I would cook one like, throw it around a little bit on the board and I would like, put it in the oven. And then I would like, take it out of the oven and then cook it off a little bit. And then I would like, take a knife and get the turkey, put it on its sides to lift it and then put it on a board and cut it and then I would eat it.” – Hayden Gitchell

“My mom makes the turkey. She cooks it and it gets done. She puts the stuffing into her.” – Charlie Fessenden

“First my mom washes the turkey. Then she takes all the poop out. She puts it in a bowl and then she puts it in the oven with pepper. It stays in for 10 minutes in I think 30 degrees.” – Victoria Schwaiger

“First, my mom goes to the grocery store to buy it. Then my dad puts some sauce on it. Then my mom cooks it in her oven. It stays in for eight hours. The oven is 7 degrees I think.” – Sam Staten

“My mom never makes turkeys for Thanksgiving. She makes brownies. First, she gets the ingredients and then she puts cookie mix in it. Then she cooks it in the oven. After, you put faces and chocolate on it.” – J.P. Treguier

“We buy the turkey at the store and then we cook it. She makes all of the yucky parts go off. She puts a little bit of brownie mix in it. She cooks it for like 12 hours at 20 degrees.” – Jake Pates

“My mom buys a turkey and she puts grease all over it. It stays in the oven for 12 minutes. The oven is 20 degrees.” – Caleb Chicoine

“My mom doesn’t make turkey. She makes pumpkin bread. She adds eggs in it and some flour. She would cook it for maybe five minutes in a warm oven.” – Jaycey Beard

“First my mom would take the skin off and then cut it like you would draw it. Then she would stuff it with stuffing. She would cook it on a big plate for about 40 minutes in a 1-degree oven.” – Alex Davis

“My mom wouldn’t cook it. My dad would cook it. He would put it in the oven for 10 minutes at medium. He would poke a thing in it for the timer.” Makayla Robinson

“My mom would cook it and put it in the oven I think. It would cook for 10 minutes at 3 degrees.” – Amanda Lingle

“My mom would kill a turkey and put some stuffing in it. She would put it in the oven, for 50 minutes at 90 degrees. She would cut it in half so we could share it.” – Zachary Lawrence

“My mom cooks it in the oven. She keeps it in the oven until it beeps. She puts a little hot sauce in it. The oven is really hot. She takes it out and she lets us eat it.” – Cheyenne Buker


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