A Couple of Smoked Yardbirds, with Fixings

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Southwestern Vegetable Medley

Sourdough Oyster Stuffing
5C Sourdough bread, 1/2" cubes, dried
2 eggs, lightly beaten
1 Pint fresh oysters, chopped
2C Sweet Onion, finely chopped
1.5C Celery, finely copped
1.5 C Leeks, chopped
1C Italian Parsely, chopped
1T Garlic, minced
2t Sage and Thyme, minced
12T Butter

Saute all veggies in 8T butter till soft, add garlic and oysters saute 1 minute.
In a bowl combine mixture, bread, eggs and herbs, mix well.
Butter a 9x13 baking dish, put mixture in dish and drizzle with 4T of melted butter (or olive oil).
Bake covered at 350' for 30-45 minutes.

Southwestern Vegetable Medley
2 cans of Green Beans
1 can of Sweet Corn
1 can of Rotel (hot)
1C Bell Pepper, chopped
1C Sweet Onion, chopped
1T Garlic, minced
4T Butter
1/2 Lime, juice
1T Chile Powder
1t Cumin
1-2t salt

Combine all ingredients except spices and lime juice
Bring to boil, lower heat and simmer for 15 minutes
Add spices to taste, add lime juice, simmer for 15 minutes
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Spatched and crispy skin!

Well done my pepper headed friend!

Points for the recipes and the pron!
Thanks CB,
I did manage to crisp the skin, but only by cranking it up to 350"+ for the last hour.
Got a little burn on the seasoning/skin, but it was still edible when combined with a big mouthful of juicy bird.

Thanks for the Point.
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