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Roasted Game Hens wrapped in bacon and stuffed with potatoes, rosemary, and thyme
Roasted Game Hens wrapped in bacon and stuffed with potatoes, rosemary, and thyme
1/2 lb potatoes sea salt and ground pepper 2 cornish game hens 1 handful of fresh thyme 1 handful of fresh rosemary olive oil 8 cloves of garlic 6 strips of bacon Preheat your oven and roasting pan to 425 degrees. Boil the potatoes in salted water until nearly cooked. Drain and allow to cool, then put them in a bowl. Remove any fat from the hens' cavity. Wash and dry with paper towels. Season the potatoes with salt and pepper, add the herbs and enough olive oil to coat, toss. Stuff the hens with half the potatoes. Put them in the hot roasting pan with the garlic and the rest of the potatoes and roast for 40 minutes. When the hens are golden brown, drape the bacon over the breast meat. Cook for an additional 15 minutes or until internal temperature is 180 degrees. Remove from oven and let rest 5 minutes. Serve.
michael merline - cooking contest winners best
michael merline - cooking contest winners best
Winners of the 2011 Cooking Contest. Winners were Jill Downer (best overall - S'mores Brulee), Michele Kosciak (best traditional recipe- reverse whoopie pie), Susan Marie Olsen - no relation to Cindy Brady-Susan Olsen (best original recipe for S'more Fluff Brownies) and Roy Veatch and Julian Fischer-Frank (best youth entry, Fluffy Cinnamon Meriungel/Fudge Chess Set)

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