Party Line with the Hearty Boys

Season 3 Episode 9


Aired Sunday 9:30 AM Nov 12, 2006 on Food Network
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Dan and Steve celebrate the holiday with yummy side dishes and family today as they show how easy it is to put a gourmet spin on some classic recipes. And with their do-ahead tips you'll save time while you're adding in the extra flavor – time you can spend with your family and friends. Menu: • Bourbon Mashed Sweet Potatoes • Sausage, Dried Cranberry and Apple Stuffing • Not Your Mama's Green Bean Casserole • Maple Brined Turkey (not demonstrated)moreless

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      • Dan: There's this misconception out there that stuffing the bird is dangerous. The only time it's dangerous is if you put hot stuffing into a cold bird and then put it in the refrigerator overnight. Then it can grow bacteria. Cold stuffing in a cold bird overnight in the refrigerator is fine. I feel better that I said that now.
        Steve: I feel better that I don't have to listen to it again, because I hear it all the time.
        Dan: Oh, you'll hear it next year.

      • Steve: Now we are going to be cooking this… stuffing outside of the bird. (Dan starts laughing) We are from the East Coast. You'll have to forgive us, we don't call it dressing. It may be dressing – I know it's outside of the bird, it's dressing – but today, my friends, just as a little holiday gift you'll have to let it go and let us say stuffing, all right?

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      • Dan: So we have parsley, sage–
        Dan and Steve: Rosemary.
        Dan: And thyme.
        Steve: Yes, thank you Mr. Garfunkel.
        Dan: I want to be Mr. Simon.
        Dan and Steve are, of course, referencing the Simon & Garfunkel hit from 1968 "Scarborough Fair/Canticle" which was re-released as a single after being featured in the 1967 Mike Nichols film The Graduate. The song's refrain uses these four herbs in this order.

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