I think you'll find that the breast of any bird always ends up a little dry, especially when it has been cooked for a long time. I can't think of anything that would moisten up the leftovers except gravy or maybe a well flavoured stock.
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Keeping with making at least one new recipe a week - usually weekend I tried the Pulled Tom on Sunday. Got the turkey breast - but with the bone in - it was cheaper and didn't see without bones. So that took me a while - but no big deal - put the bones in the freezer and will make stock with them some day. Otherwise the recipe was easy to put together. About 7 hours after beginning it I checked it and it was done - so I unplugged the slow cooker, but left it in there while we painted my living room - I figured that would be a quick and easy bite to eat while coats dried. But leaving it sit is I guess why it was rather dry. Any suggestions to moisten the left overs? The BBQ taste was good.
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