We just had a turkey breast. I made turkey sandwiches with the leftovers the first day and then turkey salad (mayo onion relish celery walnuts spices) after that. Toast a couple slices of 7 grain bread, add a leaf of lettuce and you are good to go.
Nice brown turkey Saarinista. What are your plans for the leftovers? Maybe a ILIASM turkey and noodle coup kitchen for us home-less folks?
I made some fresh cranberry and navel orange relish as a chaser to your soup.
That's a good looking bird. Maybe tortilla soup, or just make some sides. Pull out a package and match a side each week until it's gone.
My sis makes enchiladas with buttered flour tortillas with a cream of chicken soup mixed with sour cream and green chillies turkey and cheese filling with the tortillas dipped in the sauce all rolled up then the leftover sauce and cheese on top. So yummy
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The house will cave in if a load bearing wall is removed without installing a support beam to replace the load bearing wall. Maybe instead of a beam, we could make up some type of an arch and transfer the load to the outside walls. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gothic-arch_barn
It might take me a month to get there on my bicycle. Let me think it over.
Yummy turkey. I eat lots of leftovers too. "But the problem of not being able to get SEX somewhere else without fear of hurting his feelings as well as being labeled a home wrecker, harlot, etc- (and possibly being labeled those things LEGALLY in the state of North Carolina, and perhaps a few other jurisdictions in the United States as well) remains."
I feel the same about the former but I wonder if the opportunity actually presents itself, what would we really do? haha, it's not so bad in NC even if harlotry is forbidden...sunshine today.
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petrushka: Just attended a lecture on local history. Apparently the Presbyterian Scottish refugees who settled here called a 'frolic', what the Amish would call a 'barn raising'. First a working bee, then dancing and feasting.
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catlover: The resentment is running high today
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