Healthy Living for People and Planet Earth
by Will updated 2011/12/04
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She might have been a free range turkey, but she’s not ranging far anymore.
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She has ranged far and wide through the dinner menu. I am having the last of the turkey soup tonight!
We still have leftovers. Sandwiches tomorrow? lol.
Poor turkey. If only it tried to escape when it could.
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What sauce is there with it?
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Looks totally delicious Will. Do you use butter to keep it moist? My very, very first turkey (have cooked 3 now) was basted in butter and it was by far the best. Not a lot but it just kept it moist with the dripping from the turkey, I wish I had kept that recipe now.
A friend of mine made a fabulous stuffing using fresh herbs. She gave out the recipe but there were no measurements and I definitely od’d on the fresh herbs!
There was an article in our paper this week about the large percentage of free range and organic turkeys being offered in our big supermarkets this year which is really great to hear, they were obviously popular last year and have found a wider market.
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Your turkey looks better than mine
Have a great WW!, thanks for stopping by and linking up
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Looks really tasty shot! I feel hunger already!
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Looks delicious Will. We always try to buy organic chicken & definitely only free range eggs.
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