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Turkey, what to do with it all

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  1. TestShoot

    TestShoot F1 World Champ

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    It seems my brother left his left overs at myplace, scratch that, "Ditched" his left overs in my fridge. My mom's fiance made 46 lbs of Turkey, he is a vegetarian, and so I have probably 12 lbs of white meat in my fridge accounting for the "Turkey door prize"

    Being a vegetarian it is a little dry to begin with. I had a Turkey omlette for breakfast, and late last night I had a LARGE sandwich.

    What should I do? Find some stray cats and feed them? Then I am the crazy cat guy.
     
  2. Jerrari

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    UPS some to me! I got so hammered at my mom's yesterday (gotta do this to stomach the relatives) that I didn't want to kill my buzz when it came time to eat. The next thing I know, we gotta go (don't worry, the wife was driving) and the plate my sister made for me to take home was minus the turkey! She gave me everything but! So Jerry has to this point at 11:00 Friday night, not had a lick of Turkey.
     
  3. 134282

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    This turkey...? :)
     
  4. Gilles27

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    OK, I'm about to share with you the recipe for the world's greatest sandwich. It's yours' for free, but if I ever hear of of ANY of you using this sandwich for financial gain, there will be trouble, I promise you.

    (This sandwich assumes that the user prepares a "normal", or "traditional" turkey dinner. No fancy-style stuffings, glazes, mixes or any crap like that.)

    Now, you're going to be making a grilled cheese sandwich. There's no need to get crazy with your bread or cheese. Good old white bread and Kraft slices will do, although fresh sliced mild cheddar is good too. Between the slices of cheese, put some turkey and stuffing. Cooking this sandwich is somewhat of an art for two reasons. First, it's taller than usual, which makes spillage possible. Don't worry about appearances--it'll taste just as good. The second reason is that you have to learn to cook it so that the turkey and stuffing get heated, but without over-cooking the cheese. See what I mean? Yeah. Right now I'm jonesing for one, since we ate at the inlaws and didn't bring any leftovers home. Anyway, have fun with this sandwich. Don't be afraid to make a mess, and happy eating!
     
  5. TestShoot

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  6. 134282

    134282 Four Time F1 World Champ

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    LOL, Test...
     
  7. Gilles27

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    Or this one...
     
  8. jimpo1

    jimpo1 Two Time F1 World Champ
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    We always make gumbo w/ our leftover turkey. Throw it in with some sausage and other gumbo stuff, you're in business.
     
  9. PeterS

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    A buddy of mine is a production manager at Foster Farms. On Thanksgiving, all he wants is prime rib!..Gee, go figure!
     
  10. TestShoot

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    Turducken?
     
  11. abarre

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    Go for the gumbo! We always do that on Friday after Thanksgiving. Make a stock with your fried turkey carcass, start a roux with trinity and andouille. Ladle in the stock. Dump is some Tony Cachere's. Finish with some file' and put it on a bowl of rice with a dollop of potato salad and french bread. Cest si bon!
     
  12. TestShoot

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    An Irish friend of mine had these words:

    Bubble and Squeak.
     

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