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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Obsessed, Nov 27, 2020.
Breakfast cereal with Gravy!
We just finished our tradition of baking white bread the AM after and then sandwiches with other goodies. Our next day twist is home made mayo and pickles, the bread has to be a particular recipe or my wife's not happy.
Oink oink just when I think it’s done they pull me back in !!!
This was a strange Thanksgiving. My wife and I had been flying to California with our son who lives in NYC for years to celebrate Thanksgiving with our other son and the grandkids. This year we had my son out from NYC and celebrated at home. That was strange. My wife made squash soup. Everything else was catered by Grace's Market, a specialty food store on Long Island. The soup is gone. We have exactly one more meal remaining for the three of us. The dogs only get one day of Thanksgiving, but my wife has chicken soup on the stove now so they'll get soup chicken and gizzards over their kibble tonight. Saturday night's dinner will be left over Chinese from Wednesday night.
It's sobering to have food to spare when there are food lines everywhere. We have a lot to be thankful for. Not flying to California surely doesn't mark the end of the world.
I had dessert at lunch!
Pumpkin pie with homemade whipped cream.
(I also had a turkey sandwich with homemade cranberry sauce, dressing and gravy...)
It'll be leftovers here tonight. I'm having some leftover Scotch right now.
Turkey, mayo, lots of fresh ground black pepper. A simple sandwich that I look forward to all year long.
I grilled steaks yesterday, the made steak and eggs for lunch today. Good leftovers!
Big old spiral ham waiting for me!
I love gettin to the end of it and making a mess of spit pea soup with the bone.
I had three Thanksgiving sandwiches last night.
Yup, me too. It is the turkey sandwich that I look forward to.
From my Mom’s cookbook:
In a large greased oven-friendly casserole dish, layer as listed below:
Leftover gravy, filling, mashed potatoes, turkey, and corn, peas, lima beans, etc.
Be generous with the gravy. Cut the turkey into small pieces. Bake at 325 for 1-2 hours or until brown and bubbly.
This is an easy way to use up leftovers, and we always looked forward to it. My Dad nicknamed it “Ship Wreck”.
We had roasted a large turkey (sans thighs/legs) on the week end, and the last of it was eaten on late Tuesday, so we just weren't ready for more of that. So we took off over here to the Memphis area and ate light the last few days. Small portions of mahi, pan sauteed squash and rice - this sort if thing.
Getting all stuffed and feeling ill from too much food - just wasn't in the cards this time. We've got two 13 pound frozen turkeys waiting for us in NC, for which we paid 47 cents a pound. Poor turkey farmers, they completely misjudged this season and the gravity of events around us. How much profit, selling at 47 cents a pound?
Yup, too many people buying small turkeys for the minimal travel Thanksgiving. We took full advantage and got the biggest one to fit our oven and then delivered full Thanksgiving dinners to some of our single friends sheltering in place all alone this season.
Yum, that does sound good and the name of it seems appropriate. I wonder if this is a Navy thing?
Had some wonderful cream of turkey soup today for lunch.
I'm off bread (and cornbread) ever since the docs told me I had to give up gluten.
But I always looked forward to the day-after-Thanksgiving cold turkey sandwich.
Used to make 'em with turkey, cornbread dressing, cranberry sauce and mayo.
Turkey and noodles - with carrots and celery.
Good point, and my Dad did serve in the USN.