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That looks good, TW!

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10oz Low sodium canned chicken
Couple ounces short cut thin spaghetti
16 Oz give or take low sodium chicken broth
1 packet herb ox sodium free chicken broth seasoning
Pinch of garlic powder
Pinch of onion powder
Pinch of Italian seasoning
Fresh ground black pepper


Popped it in microwave for 8 mins...

Noodles are tender, and so is the chicken.

Probably the best damn chicken noodle soup I've had in a long time.


Would eat! :thumbsup2:

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Fri Nov 26, 2021 1:30 pm
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We had our version of a traditional Thanksgiving dinner.


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Fri Nov 26, 2021 2:19 pm
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Nice!

That, and spatchcock are some of the best ways to go :thumbsup2:


Did you follow a recipe, or just wing it? :bigsmile:

(Double-groan for MadPick, since I used that on him :wink05: )


I followed a combination of videos. If I could do it again, I would have taken the white meat out about 45 min sooner. I also found that any juices that leaked out would sink to the bottom. So I would monitor that more closely and removed the extra juices so the turkey is just cooking in the duck fat vs leaked juices. A number of recipes call for you to make it a day or two in advance, let the turkey sit in the fat overnight or so, then warm it back up in the fat before putting it in the oven on a rack at 500 for 15 min. It was super tasty, and not dry at all.


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Cool, thanks! :thumbsup2:


Fri Nov 26, 2021 7:08 pm
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I made a bit of turkey:
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Some rolls:
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A little gravy:
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Some other things were made, too - a pea salad, some stuffing, green bean casserole. No photos, since I didn't make them.

My failed dairy-free egg-nog because egg-nog frozen custard:
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... eventually. It took 2 days to freeze and was still soft, because it's 20% ABV.

Wife made a pumpkin pie, with the pumpkins that the kid grew at my in-laws this year:
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Thanksgiving didn't suck :)


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WanderingWalrus wrote:
... eventually. It took 2 days to freeze and was still soft, because it's 20% ABV.


:ROFLMAO:

I like this style of cooking.

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lamb gyro with Tzatziki Sauce and flat bread

first time tzat. suace came out better than I thought. hell guess its just a "burrito". dont understand the half stuffed bread style





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Looks great, Chris. DId you make the lamb meat too? How did you do that?

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lamb gyro with Tzatziki Sauce and flat bread

first time tzat. suace came out better than I thought. hell guess its just a "burrito". dont understand the half stuffed bread style





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Love a good Gyro, those look damn good!

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Lamb shashlik, fried veggies and mashed potatoes with chives and garlic accompanied by the beer.
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Lamb shashlik, fried veggies and mashed potatoes with chives and garlic accompanied by the beer.
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:bow: :bow: :bow:

I plan to make that tomorrow




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Looks great, Chris. DId you make the lamb meat too? How did you do that?


I dont make lamb..... baaah baaah cut steaks thinly and high on the cast iron with olive oil for a min or 2 and flip

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10 days later..... I have FINALLY finished off the smoked turkey in the fridge. It was kinda a bittersweet moment last night when I made the last sammy with swiss and ranch dressing --- glad to finally finish it so I can move on to something else, but also bummed that its gone -- so easy and so tasty.... I still have a breast and the pulled legs in the freezer to console me tho. I have to say, I have forgone full turkeys thinking I could NEVER get thru one myself - this round has proven that I can handle a 12.5#er with ease and that smoking it makes it really easy.

Tonight its finally going to be a nice burger that I've been craving for the last week! My neighbors gave me a Hello Fresh burger meal that they sent them mistakenly :thumbsup2: I'm not quite sure why, but I graciously accepted it :bigsmile: Caramelized onions with yukon potato wedges --- I'll see if its any good.

I figure a few burger meals followed by some pulled pork before I make up a turkey casserole from the legs.....

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I've been on a ramen kick, so I made this, just before Thanksgiving.

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Homemade pai-tan broth, mayu aroma oil, homemade noodles (aided by the kid), and marinated egg, along with corn and the seaweed. I think I posted this already, but I wasn't sure.

Thanksgiving leftovers:
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Waffled stuffing, waffled thanksgiving sausage, a slice of turkey, and some leftover gravy that I melted cheese in to (that was a touch too thick). That's an efficient way of getting calories into you.

What's the thanksgiving sausage? I'm glad you asked. Ground pork from the pig I bought in on, the same herbs that went on to the turkey, and some offcuts of turkey thigh and bacon. Why did I have that? Because I made a terrine...

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Bacon wrapping, sausage stuffing, dried cherries, and a (nearly entire) turkey thigh layer.

I've made some General Tso's chicken...

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Since I found turkeys at 99 cents a pound at Fred Meyer, and 99 cents a pound then sub $10 at Costco in Woodinville, I got a spare turkey and cooked it sous-vide. With one breast and a bunch of veg, I made turkey and dumplings last night.

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Tonight I made ... bibimbap:
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You can see the rice peeking out from under the flank steak, at the bottom, near the egg.

And while that was all being made, I also made a loaf of banana oatmeal bread with brown butter.


So, that's what I've been cooking recently.

Also I've got the neighbours coming over tonight to cure pork belly to make bacon - that's their Christmas present.
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lamb, mash and german cucumber salad




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