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    Quote Originally Posted by ninna View Post
    I was an absolute glutton and it was terrible. lol

    Tonight we had turkey with stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy, and glazed root vegetables followed by apple pie for dessert. I had seconds when I shouldn't have and dessert after that when I definitely shouldn't have. lol. But I figure I earned it-- after all, it took me 3 hours this morning to get all that stuff prepped and ready and another hour and a half of clean up time (deboning the rest of the bird and freezing etc)

    But I've had 3 stupid turkeys in my freezer and they are taking up way too much space so I had to get rid of one. I think I'm cured of my desire to cook another turkey for awhile!!!
    I'm planning on cooking a turkey later this week. We rarely cook a turkey because we are such a small family. We plan on having a few good meals from the bird, then stripping and freezing the rest. I have some ideas for the leftovers already. I also have canned cranberry sauce waiting for it. yum!
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    For tonight's supper I made sweet and sour meatballs (ones that I had previously cooked and frozen) with rice, boiled veggies and a glass of milk. There are leftovers. Early this week I plan on making fried rice with a chicken and veggie stir-fry. LO has gymnastics at 6pm tomorrow. I teach Tuesday afternoon and have a meeting at 7pm that evening.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela273 View Post
    I'm planning on cooking a turkey later this week. We rarely cook a turkey because we are such a small family. We plan on having a few good meals from the bird, then stripping and freezing the rest. I have some ideas for the leftovers already. I also have canned cranberry sauce waiting for it. yum!
    We're a family of three. Best thing I ever got in the turkey department was a fresh one at Costco after a holiday that was $5 off. I got out my big knife and cut him in half up the middle, froze half and cooked the other. It was a perfect size for us!

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    Leftovers tonight. Nobody really felt like eating much yesterday.

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    I must have slept soundly because I woke up very early with boundless energy and now I sure feel like cooking up a few dishes ahead for the week. Shepherds pie seems like a no brainer, might simmer a soup from the turkey carcass and I plan to use up some of those beets too. We'll see how this comes together.




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    Last night was pizza and since we're having another rain warning here I'm thinking some kind of soup. Maybe a coconut curry one sounds tempting.

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    It's an usually warm day here +14, but the wind...wowzers, 75 km/hr, would like to BBQ but out of the questions...so ribs n the oven, honey garlic of course..rice & I have some fresh baby spinach to use up, either on the side or mix it in with the rice..
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    It's very damp and chilly here today, first flurries of the season on and off all day. Leftovers of last night's prime rib is on the menu, which is a perfectly acceptable roast beef although not as wonderfully tender, etc. as I'd hoped. I'm pleased with how well I cooked it, it was nicely pink most of the way through, nothing overdone or horribly raw. I'm a bit hit and miss with cooking a roast beef, often overcook it.
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    Quiche with a spinach salad.

    One of my fave dinners.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zonny View Post
    I'm a bit hit and miss with cooking a roast beef, often overcook it.
    I've been watching so many cooking shows lately, that I had to go out and buy a digital thermometer to make sure it all gets done to the right temp. I've been debating getting a meat one to just stick in a roast while it cooks.
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    ^meat thermometers are a good buy! You won't regret it.

    Tonight we had spicy italian sausage, rice and green beans. DH was whining because he wanted hot turkey sandwiches but the kids aren't a huge fan of turkey so there would have been rioting if we had turkey two nights in a row. I think tomorrow's menu is gonna be the hot turkey sandwiches though.

    It was a 20lb bird but we're only a family of four (lol) so I gave away a few pounds of sliced meat to a friend for sandwiches; I made up 5 turkey dinners from all the leftovers that I've since frozen until I can get them to my dad because he lives alone and would otherwise never cook a big dinner like that with all the trimmings so when I have huge leftovers like that I try to organize that stuff so he doesn't have to cook sometimes. Then I froze one large ziploc bag with slices and there's a second ziploc half full of a mix of meat that should be nice for a turkey soup in a day or two.
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    I made chicken corn soup and lebanese style kebabs
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    Was SO happy to have beef, it's been ages! Barbecued sirloin steak, garlic smashed potatoes, carrots, salad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by padyofurniture View Post
    I've been watching so many cooking shows lately, that I had to go out and buy a digital thermometer to make sure it all gets done to the right temp. I've been debating getting a meat one to just stick in a roast while it cooks.
    I just LOVE my digital thermometers. One of those presents to myself that makes me really appreciate how considerate I am. (...And I am so proud of how humble I am about that too.)
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    Honey garlic chicken wings and rice tonight.

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