Posted at: 11/23/2012 12:52 PM
By: Andrew Murphy
As we do every year we share thanksgiving recipes, courtesy of Mrs. Mahan's kindergarten class at Forts Ferry Elementary School in Latham.
She warns she has not tried any of these, so cook at your own risk.
For the turkey, Kaylee says we should buy a turkey from the thanksgiving store. Bring it home and put it in a pan. Then put purple glue on top. Add garlic and peanut butter. Cook it on the stove for six minutes and then cut it up.
For stuffing, Cain says put five beans, three pieces of bread, crackers, milk and kool-aid in a bowl. Mix it all up. Then cook it on the stove for ten minutes.
Haley is in charge of the mashed potatoes. She says buy two potatoes at Price Chopper. Peel them and put them in a bowl. Then mash them up with a masher. Cook them in the oven for eight hours. Then eat them up. She says you may want to put gravy on top.
Jordan will take care of the gravy. Just put ketchup, chocolate milk, apple juice and cheese in a bowl. Mix it up with a spoon and then cook it for 40 minutes.
And then there are Jakob’s chocolate chip cookies. Take nine chocolate chips and put them in a bowl. Add five cups of sugar, ten eggs and 12 pieces of bread with crust. Mix it up in the blender. On the kitchen table, make the dough into hearts, squares, and circles. Cook them on the grill for about 100 minutes. Let them cool before you eat them.