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Old Mon, Oct-10-16, 15:15
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Default Happy Thanksgiving, 2016

Happy Thanksgiving Canada. Golfing this afternoon with my beloved. Dinner will not be turkey but steak and prawns. 😊
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Old Tue, Oct-11-16, 08:55
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Happy Day After Thanksgiving

I guess everyone was away enjoying the holiday. Now we get to enjoy all the yummy leftover turkey. MMmmmm, soup anyone??
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Old Tue, Oct-11-16, 10:18
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Happy Day After Thanksgiving

I guess everyone was away enjoying the holiday. Now we get to enjoy all the yummy leftover turkey. MMmmmm, soup anyone??


I made chicken salad last year with turkey and it was fabulous....
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Old Tue, Oct-11-16, 11:27
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Happy Belated Thanksgiving. We had turkey on Sunday and got the bone broth started right away. Turkey Soup tonight.

We will go buy another turkey today (fresh ones are super cheap now!!!) and have it tomorrow night. TONS of leftovers.
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Old Tue, Oct-11-16, 16:40
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We will go buy another turkey today (fresh ones are super cheap now!!!) and have it tomorrow night. TONS of leftovers.

hey Julie

That doesn't sound like leftovers .. sounds more like planovers

Cooked turkey is so versatile .. not just soup from the carass and scraps, or salad, as Meme#1 mentioned. Here are some excellent low-carb, high-fat recipes for leftover turkey .. http://www.ibreatheimhungry.com/201...ecipes-for.html

Enjoy


Doreen
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Old Tue, Oct-11-16, 17:14
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Very true Doreen - we make lots of stuff with leftover (and planned-over) turkey.

Mock turnip poutine on Friday!
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Old Tue, Oct-11-16, 17:22
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Mock turnip poutine on Friday!

Ka-chung ka-chung ka-chung. Say what?????

Recipe, please
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Old Wed, Oct-12-16, 18:11
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Happy Belated Thanksgiving! My dad didn't want to cook, so we just met at a restaurant - Amsterdam Brew House in Toronto. They do a "chop salad" - it's really finely chopped, almost reminds me of tabbouleh, and it's fantastic. Had it with grilled chicken.
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Old Thu, Oct-13-16, 09:53
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Ka-chung ka-chung ka-chung. Say what?????

Recipe, please


Glendarc will laugh herself silly that I was asked for a recipe..... She knows I hate to cook! I invented this myself one day.

Mock Poutine

Julienne cut the turnips and bake in oven until al dente (parchment paper and olive oil makes quick clean up)

Dice turkey (warm up)

Grate cheese (or use cheese curds)

Turkey broth, spices (cayenne, Hym salt, ground pepper, turmeric) and no-starch thickener makes the gravy (can't remember the name of the stuff I have)

I sometimes "cheat" and buy a low carb gravy mix from the dollar store and mix that with bone broth.

Place turnips on plate, add turkey, cheese (or curds) and gravy.

Too easy!

Nutritional info depends on how much of each ingredient you use. I also use sweet potatoes or yams sometimes to mix it up.
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