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KARENCRANER Posts: 3,421
11/24/12 2:19 P

I sure wish we had leftover turkey! I'd make my favorite casserole ever: Nutty Mother and Child Reunion, posted on Sparkrecipes. Yummylicious!

KNUCKLES145 Posts: 13,555
11/24/12 11:46 A

no leftovers for us yet (having big meal when my parents come to visit next week) But I do like getting a big bird so lots of left overs.

The carcass is boiled down and made into soup. I usually freeze a good portion of the meat (learned for experience that it goes bad before we eat it all) The dark meat I save for sandwiches. most of the white meat is made into a turkey salad (similar to tuna salad).



FIRECOM SparkPoints: (107,673)
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11/24/12 11:21 A

We had dinner at our sons home so we don't have any leftovers and I really miss that turkey. I am thinking about buying a small bird and fix it for the two of us.

FITWITHIN SparkPoints: (299,066)
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11/24/12 10:43 A

I made turkey soup this morning. It will probably last thorough the weekend.

AMYISSUCCEEDING Posts: 21,649
11/24/12 4:27 A

Making turkey vegetable soup

SOCPAGE Posts: 239
11/23/12 6:53 P

Turkey Tetrazini (make over version). Shepherd's Pie. Sweet potato ravioli. Stuffed shells made with the creamed spinach. Turkey soup from the carcass. Stuffing will be served with poached eggs. Corn pudding will be served with shrimp sauteed with shallots and a splash of wine (low country style shrimp and grits). I will have small servings of all of it. the other 4 members of the house will finish it all off.

KWOOD1955 SparkPoints: (32,179)
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11/23/12 6:33 P

Sandwiches. Soup. Enchaladas.

ELLEKTRA Posts: 2,907
11/23/12 5:47 P

hahahahaha! thats funny Obie

IJOANIE Posts: 351
11/23/12 5:12 P

i had a thanksgiving party and made two turkeys thinking I would need that much
We ate one turkey but never touched the second one.
SO we called a local soup kitchen and explained it to them. They were happy to take it off our hands.
I wondered really because It was already cooked, they dont know if it was prepared safely, but they happily said yes.


WENDYLEE15 SparkPoints: (83,776)
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11/23/12 4:52 P

Sandwiches..yummys !!

MILTONS1 Posts: 3,572
11/23/12 4:17 P

Nothing left over.

CAMEOSUN SparkPoints: (84,114)
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11/23/12 4:03 P

Turkey was so good - it's ALL gone.
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AUTUMNGLORY7 Posts: 847
11/23/12 12:09 P

we'll eat it today again, I don't think anyone's going to want it tomorrow any more...




THENEWROSE Posts: 1,409
11/23/12 12:04 P

Soup

JASTAMPER11 SparkPoints: (57,189)
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11/23/12 12:02 P

Went to my brothers.... they had a lot left but no offer to share it with us

SCHAPIN1 SparkPoints: (81,646)
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11/23/12 11:43 A

Turkey salad wraps, turkey sandwich, and with a salad.

EASTENDCLAM Posts: 2,056
11/23/12 11:00 A

SOUP!

OBIESMOM2 SparkPoints: (66,966)
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11/23/12 10:56 A

why do I hear this entire thread in the voice of Bubba (from Forrest Gump)?

MOTOMAMA Posts: 2,010
11/23/12 9:34 A

turkey sandwiches!

DLDROST Posts: 8,082
11/23/12 9:32 A

Soup

KKKAREN SparkPoints: (219,649)
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11/23/12 7:38 A

sandwiches and turkey soup

TENNISJIM Posts: 10,605
11/23/12 6:21 A

Luckily, I don't have any because we went to a friend's home for Thanksgiving Dinner

ANGHARAD3 Posts: 966
11/23/12 6:19 A

Turkey sandwich and then turkey hash.

ELLEKTRA Posts: 2,907
11/23/12 2:09 A

this recipe I highly recommend!!
www.marthastewart.com/275078/recipes-for-t
hanksgiving-leftovers/@center/276949/e
verything-thanksgiving#348766


Edited by: ELLEKTRA at: 11/23/2012 (02:10)
MEWHENRYSMAMA Posts: 7,236
11/23/12 2:04 A

Turkey sandwich, hot or cold, turkey soup, turkey salad, or turkey tetrazinni. emoticon

DWROBERGE SparkPoints: (359,659)
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11/22/12 10:11 P

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BLUENOSE63 SparkPoints: (101,558)
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11/22/12 9:41 P

I absolutely love turkey....I will have it for breakfast protein

PT.JEFFGIRL SparkPoints: (135,424)
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11/22/12 9:39 P

I will give it my husband for another "Thanksgiving" meal.

MANDIETERRIER1 Posts: 13,875
11/22/12 9:38 P

Freezing it and I don't know what I will do. I am sick of turkey already.

YOJULEZ SparkPoints: (15,788)
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11/22/12 9:35 P

turkey enchiladas

LOUNMOUN Posts: 1,332
11/22/12 8:30 P

I put the leftover turkey in the freezer for another time.
It will probably end up in a casserole or something.

RUBENB2003 Posts: 11,637
11/22/12 7:11 P

Leaving it behind with the relatives

OBIESMOM2 SparkPoints: (66,966)
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11/22/12 6:54 P

we always make white chili emoticon

THROOPER62 Posts: 18,893
11/22/12 6:38 P

turkey vegetable soup

CAMEOSUN SparkPoints: (84,114)
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11/22/12 5:03 P

I hope there will be leftover turkey. Love a turkey sandwich with Sourdough bread.

JENNIK2 Posts: 1,828
11/22/12 3:51 P

sandwiches

MIAMI_LILLY SparkPoints: (113,050)
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11/22/12 3:34 P

Turkey pot pie.

BRACEYM1 Posts: 84
11/22/12 2:44 P

turkey soup

TACDGB Posts: 6,132
11/22/12 2:27 P

Turkey pita pockets with veggies.

13ICANDOIT13 Posts: 266
11/22/12 2:18 P

No leftovers at our house we went out so we would not have any.

DIANER2014 Posts: 2,721
11/22/12 2:07 P

Sandwiches, salads and soup

SMANISMELL SparkPoints: (69,118)
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11/22/12 2:05 P

No leftovers. Lucky me!

JICKEE Posts: 411
11/22/12 1:33 P

going to the in laws, they never send leftovers home with us.

OMENDER Posts: 231
11/22/12 1:24 P

I make turkey curry or turkey tetrazzini. Both are super simple.

YLLWROSE86 SparkPoints: (976)
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11/22/12 11:12 A

sandwiches... and I am going to make a turkey noodle soup (celery, carrots, low fat broth, spices, turkey, whole wheat pasta noodles.... ) I may make a turkey salad (a version of chickensalad without the mayo.... and a vingerette in place)

CORKYTHEMOM1 SparkPoints: (103,114)
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11/22/12 10:43 A

I make homemade turkey and vegetable soup.

FIRECOM SparkPoints: (107,673)
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11/22/12 10:42 A

The bones make stock, Meat for sandwiches and finally turkey vegetable stew. Then do it again at Christmas.

BIGDOG1969 SparkPoints: (26,713)
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11/22/12 10:36 A

sandwiches

TRINITYROYAL Posts: 2,400
11/22/12 10:36 A

Canadian Thanksgiving was 6 weeks ago, but here's what I usually do with leftovers from holiday meals:

The day after, we usually have a repeat performance of the holiday meal with whatever was left over.

Then, I usually make turkey soup. I use the carcass to make stock, the leftover meat and tons of vegetables, chopped onions, whatever is hanging around the kitchen.

I also use it in stir-frys and salads.

I'm not a big fan of sandwiches.

FENWAYGIRL18 Posts: 5,856
11/22/12 9:52 A

We make sandwiches and I put it in with salad and have turkey with my salad..... Bringing some left overs for dad. What will you be doing with yours?

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