Last night I made Cornish Game Hens with stuffing, brussels sprouts, cranberry sauce and gravy. I bought those "bake in bag" pre-seasoned game hens from Perdue. First time trying them but I was really happy with the way they came out. Just throw them in an oven for an hour and out popped two perfectly cooked birds. Because they bake inside the bag the skin wasn't exactly crisp, so I turned the broiler on for a few minutes after removing them from the bag, and then definitely helped. The brussels sprouts were steamed and then sauteed in a little butter and rosemary over high heat. Getting a little black on them with the rosemary adds a nice flavor. The gravy was home made, but the stuffing came out of a box and the cranberry sauce was canned. Overall it was an excellent meal that took only maybe 25 minutes of active cooking in front of the stove.