sgt1372 wrote: »
Finished roasting and smoking my 2 15# turkeys the other day. Both segmented and seal packed. Froze the roasted one and am eating the smoked one from the frig.
Boiled down the smoked turkey bones w/the roast turkey dripping and made over 8 qts of stock. Used 2 qts 2 make gravy; bottled and friged the rest.
But still not done yet!
Just bought a 25# turkey for just 29¢/# based on a min $25 purchase offer. That bird is defrosting now and will be ready 2 roast in a couple of days.
I live alone and will be eating turkey everyday in a variety of way for awhile.
J72FIT wrote: »
Turkey, ham, stuffing, mashed potatoes, old fashioned's, wine, espresso and pumpkin pie...
missysippy930 wrote: »
I looked at the price of turkey yesterday at the grocery store. $1.59/lb, and Minnesota is the #1 turkey producing state. What’s up with that🤷🏻♀️ Prices are ALWAYS lower this time of the year.
pancakerunner wrote: »
How are you celebrating this year? What are your go-to dishes? What're your favorite sides? What are you drinking? What's for dessert? I wanna hear it!
ReenieHJ wrote: »
Turkey . 29 a pound?? Wow, cheapest I've seen is .69 and that's with a purchase of $50 or more, not that spending $50 in a grocery store is difficult.
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