First, You Get A Turkey…

Crothersville 1st Graders Offer Their Thanksgiving Recipes

In what has become a Thanksgiving tradition at the Times, we asked Crothersville first graders how they would prepare their favorite Thanksgiving dish.
Their recipes provide some interesting and often humorous insights of their perspective of food preparation. We thank first grader teachers Ashley Spicer, Doris Wineinger and Megan Bohall for their assistance in this annual writing assignment.

Turkey as prepared by Scott Buckle
We go out and hunt turkeys and wrap them up and eat them.

Chicken as prepared by Kaity Guy
We hunt the chickens and warm them up and then we eat them in 20 minutes.

Turkey as prepared by Colton Peacock
Mom helps daddy hunt and then my mom fixes it.

Chicken as prepared by Abby Freeman
Put is into the microwave for 20 minutes and then we get to eat it.

Fish as prepared by Connor Auer
We go out and fish and heat it for 100 minutes.

Turkey as prepared by Haley Vires
We get a turkey and cook it for one hour.

Turkey as prepared by Lauren Knieriem
Nanny gets us some turkey and then we all get to eat it after it is cooked.

Turkey as prepared by Ciley Jones
Go on a turkey hunt and bring it home and cook it for a few minutes and then you eat it.

Turkey as prepared by Quinten Keasler
Go to Wal-Mart and get a turkey and cook it for one minute then eat.

Ham as prepared by Harper Adams
Put the ham in the microwave and cook it 200 days.

Turkey as prepared by Grace Wilson
Dad brings the turkey, we take it to my aunt’s and then we eat.

Turkey as prepared by Erik Shuler
Buy a turkey, put it in the microwave for 25 minutes at Grandma’s house.

Meat as prepared by Jaylee Caudill
We have ham or turkey and cook it for 5 minutes in the microwave.

Turkey as prepared by Cable Spall
Put it in the pan. Put it in the over for about 25 minutes. Oven should be 85 degrees. Take it out and it’s ready to eat.

Turkey as prepared by Laney Gumm
Put a spoon of salt and a little bit of butter on the turkey. Cook for 7 minutes in a 20 degree oven.

Cookies as prepared by Nicholas Hines
Take a spoon of peanut butter, a bunch of sugar, a bunch brown sugar and mix it up. Bake for 4 minutes in a real hot oven.

Cookies & Chocolate as prepared by Caleb Neal
Buy cookies at the store and pour chocolate on them.

Cookies as prepared by Alex Campbell
Buy cookie sugar, peanut butter and flavor cream. Mix up and bake 45 minutes in real hot oven.

Chicken as prepared by Derrick Deaton
Stick it in a very hot oven for 10 hours.

Chicken as prepared by J.T. Robbins
Take off the head and put a little scoop of butter on it. Cook for 7 minutes in a very, very, very, very hot oven.

Donuts as prepared by Christopher Mendoza
Go to the store and buy them.

Roast Beef as prepared by Caitlin Parish
Put a lot of good stuff together to make gravy. Pour it on the roast beef.

Chicken as prepared by Lexi James
Buy the chicken at the store. Put barbecue sauce on it. Cook for 10 minutes in a 15 degree oven.

Ice Cream as prepared by Paige Burke
Buy it at the store.

Turkey as prepared by Tacoma Meredith
Shoot the turkey. Take off the fur, feathers and head. Put in a very hot oven for 25 minutes.

Turkey as prepared by Shea Reynolds
Put a little salt and a little butter on the turkey and bake I for 8 minutes in a not so hot oven.

Mamaw’s Turkey as prepared by Timothy Hodge
She take it out of the bag and puts it in a pan. She puts it in the over and puts it in the oven for 4 hours or until it is done. Then we eat it!

Mashed Potatoes as prepared by Ean Hunt
Grandma get potatoes and then she cuts them up and smashes them into little pieces. Then she bakes them for a very long time.

Turkey as prepared by Jonathan Eldridge
First you take it out of the package. Then you put it in the crock pot for 15 seconds. Last you take it out and eat it!

Chicken as prepared by Connor Blackburn
First, mom puts it in the oven. Then she lets it cook for a while. Then she take it out.

Dad’s Turkey as prepared by David Burton
First, he has to kill the turkey. Then he puts it in his truck. When he gets home, we put it in the over for 2 hours.

Chocolate Pie as prepared by Kennedy Street
First, Mom gets chocolate pudding. Then she puts it in the bowl and mixes it. Then she puts it in the stove. Then she puts it in the refrigerator. Then she puts it on the table. Then we get to eat.

Grandma’s Turkey as prepared by Rayven Stidham
She opens the package. then she pours it in the pan. Then she bakes it for lots of minutes.

Mamaw’s Muffins as prepared by Cailee Scruggs
First she gets a pan. Then she get the milk out and pours the stuff on the pan. Then she pours the milk on it. Then she puts it in the over. Then she puts icing, sprinkles and a running turkey on the top.

Pumpkin Pie as prepared by Derek Howard
First you get the crust. Then you cut the pumpkin. You put the pumpkin in the oven for about an hour, hour and a half.

Mamaw’s Turkey as prepared by Hanna Robbins
First she buys the turkey. She cuts up the turkey and puts pepper and salt on it. The she cooks it. If it is not done, bake it for another 30 minutes.

Grandma’s Pumpkin Pie as prepared by Marshall Eversole
First I get my grandma a pumpkin and cut it open. Then se picks seed out.
She puts the pumpkin stuff on a pan. She bakes it.

Macaroni & Cheese as prepared by Madison Hunnicutt
First, Mamaw gets a can of macaroni and cheese. Then she pours it in a bowl. She puts it in the baker and bakes it for a little bit. then she takes it out, cools it off and then we eat it.

Turkey as prepared by Paige Walker
First, Mamaw looks on the box to see how long to bake it. Then she puts it in the oven. When the oven beeps, she takes it out and cuts it.

Turkey as prepared by Isaac Emly
First she unwraps the turkey and heat it up in the oven. Then she puts it in the over and bakes it for a long time. She takes it out when it is done. Then she sits it on the table to cool.