Food Post!! Yummy

@GardenGerty (115169)
United States
October 7, 2019 6:12am CST
Some time back I cooked a turkey. We ate meals from it and I deboned it and froze the meat. Then I bring it back out for meals when we are not tired of turkey any more. Last night was a turkey meal. I used a recipe on the back of a stuffing mix box. It said to prepare the stuffing or dressing (people call it both). In a greased casserole combine 3 cups cubed turkey (or chicken) meat along with a bag of frozen veggie blend--mine was broccoli, cauliflower, sweet red peppers and corn, but any blend would be good. Add about two cups of gravy, either from a jar or homemade--I actually used an undiluted can of low sodium cream of chicken noodle soup. Top the meat, sauce and veggies with the prepared stuffing. It was very good. Plenty for two meals for us. Along with that we had pear slices topped with plain yogurt and a drizzle of honey. Easy Sunday supper that tasted delicious. I often check out recipes on the backs of food items for fun.
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@JohnRoberts (91814)
• Los Angeles, California
7 Oct
I love turkey!
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@GardenGerty (115169)
• United States
8 Oct
We do too. I have some in today's lunch.
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@LadyDuck (246212)
• Switzerland
7 Oct
I usually go online to check the recipes of some food companies, I have found a few interesting ones. French onion soup was our supper.
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@dfollin (14744)
• United States
7 Oct
I LOVE French Onion Soup!
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@LadyDuck (246212)
• Switzerland
7 Oct
@dfollin It's very good, it came out perfect yesterday.
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@GardenGerty (115169)
• United States
8 Oct
@LadyDuck Soups are good choice right now around here.
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@DianneN (131105)
• United States
7 Oct
It sounds very tasty. I look in my cookbooks or online for recipes when and if I cook.
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@GardenGerty (115169)
• United States
8 Oct
I do online recipes a lot.
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@DianneN (131105)
• United States
8 Oct
@GardenGerty . There are many good ones online.
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@GardenGerty (115169)
• United States
11 Oct
@DianneN Hubby prints lots of them, me too!!
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@dfollin (14744)
• United States
7 Oct
Yummy! And those veggies sound terrific ! That's a great idea to freeze the leftovers, never thought of that! I think I'll try that too, especially now that I am living by myself.
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@GardenGerty (115169)
• United States
8 Oct
I use my freezers a lot. It saves money and keeps things from getting boring.
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@dfollin (14744)
• United States
9 Oct
@GardenGerty I need another freezer.
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@GardenGerty (115169)
• United States
12 Oct
@dfollin Sometimes you can get a small one cheaply.
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@thelme55 (23051)
• Germany
7 Oct
That sounds delicious food to eat. I am not fun of turkey although I have eaten this sometime in Ireland.
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@GardenGerty (115169)
• United States
8 Oct
Chicken is good as well.
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@thelme55 (23051)
• Germany
8 Oct
@GardenGerty Yes, indeed. Chicken is one of my favourite meats.
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@GardenGerty (115169)
• United States
11 Oct
@thelme55 I know turkey is not common everywhere.
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• China
7 Oct
I haven't eaten turkey,though it is popular over there.What interests me is that there are recipes on the backs of food items.
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@GardenGerty (115169)
• United States
8 Oct
Yes, many food items have extra ideas for using them. Other poultry is good as well. I also do not always use the stuffing mix but make my own from scratch.
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• China
9 Oct
@GardenGerty You can always find some ways to make food more relishing.
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@GardenGerty (115169)
• United States
11 Oct
@changjiangzhibin89 Herbs and seasonings are useful.
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@shaggin (47663)
• United States
7 Oct
I don't eat meat but the recipe you made sounds delicious!
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@GardenGerty (115169)
• United States
8 Oct
It might work with tofu or sauteed mushrooms. It was good.
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@shaggin (47663)
• United States
8 Oct
@GardenGerty I hate mushrooms
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@GardenGerty (115169)
• United States
12 Oct
@shaggin Well then that is not a go either.
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@porwest (18623)
• United States
17 Oct
I usually don't like turkey until Thanksgiving, and even then I am not a huge fan of it. But done right it CAN go a long way and it's super cheap. I do pretty much the same thing.
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@GardenGerty (115169)
• United States
17 Oct
We like it all the time. You can do the same with just about any large cut of meat. Cook it, bag it, serve it later.
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@porwest (18623)
• United States
17 Oct
@GardenGerty This is definitely the way to go, and a regular practice in my house. I like to spread the food and the dollars wherever I can.
@Alexandoy (4144)
• Quezon City, Philippines
7 Oct
You got me hungry with that turkey.
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@GardenGerty (115169)
• United States
8 Oct
I would love to send you some.
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@Alexandoy (4144)
• Quezon City, Philippines
8 Oct
@GardenGerty gee thanks for thought.
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• United States
7 Oct
i used to make somethin' similar back'n the day. great way to use those lefto'ers. 'lways added some ham, too. there's loads 'f great recipes out there. i'm hopin' fer lots 'f lefto'ers here come turkey day. there's soups to be made 'n other dishes i can pull out durin' the winter when i jest don't wanna cook, lol.
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@GardenGerty (115169)
• United States
8 Oct
This was our last turkey from last year. Time to buy more.
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@andriaperry (93741)
• Anniston, Alabama
7 Oct
I do too, some are good and some are not. This one sounds good.
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@GardenGerty (115169)
• United States
8 Oct
I really liked the addition of a lot of veggies. It made it healthier.
@sol_cee (20601)
• Bermuda
7 Oct
A hearty meal!
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@GardenGerty (115169)
• United States
8 Oct
Yes, it was.
@BarBaraPrz (24642)
• St. Catharines, Ontario
7 Oct
Just in time for Canadian thanksgiving.
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@GardenGerty (115169)
• United States
8 Oct
Yes, I had forgotten. Have a good one.
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@JudyEv (174272)
• Bunbury, Australia
7 Oct
It would seem you eat more turkey over there than we do. Mostly we have turkey at Christmas.
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@GardenGerty (115169)
• United States
8 Oct
Not everyone enjoys turkey year around, but we do. It is a good quality protein and usually inexpensive.
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