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Post  johnp on Mon 17 Nov 2014, 8:07 am

We have desided to have Thanksgiving dinner this Sun. because we are leaving the day after and don't want the leftovers. I will spatchock the turkey because we have everything that we need. My wife was reading the instructions and asked if we had a lot of aniseed that was required for the rub. I said we had plenty and she said no we didn't. I said yes we do because it's fennel and we have plenty. She said it is different. So here is the burning question. Do I spatchock a turkey with fennel rub or do I drive to a far away city, drive around the block 16 times looking for a place to park to find aniseed?

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Post  Judy McConnell on Mon 17 Nov 2014, 8:48 am

It seems your wife is correct on fennel and anise NOT being the same plant.
Why not use the fennel and not worry about driving to find aniseseed?


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