Sunday, November 15, 2015

"I felt like a turkey sandwich"

Yesterday I had a craving for a turkey sandwich. It was a cold blustery day and it's November. I could have gone to a deli and purchased some sliced turkey breast and been done....oh no.

I went to meat department and walked the case until I came to the section where fresh turkeys were featured and purchased a half turkey breast. At home I boned out the breast and set it aside. We always have some form of bread that has seen fresher days so I broke it up, placed it in a bowl, added some cooked onion, celery and seasonings, and added some broth to moisten and into the breast it went. Into a preheated 350 oven and a hour and a half out it came. Put it on a board sliced it and the best turkey sandwich was had.


There are some leftovers and they will go into another type of turkey sandwich. Turkey, stuffing, gravy, placed on hearty white bread, served hot.



20 comments:


  1. Just what I had in mind also!! A fine delectable delight!!

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    1. TROUTI
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      Pete fix yourself one. They do satisfy.

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  2. Alan
    Give me your turkey sandwich over any deli sandwich anytime!! Thanks for sharing

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    1. Bill Trussell
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      Bill you can't beat home cooking.

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  3. I've learned over time, to eat before I visit your blog. If I didn't, I'd be consuming the entire kitchen after.

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    1. Mark Kautz
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      Mark I have put a few sandwiches and other food on the blog. It has a good effect on folks.

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  4. Oh man that looks good!! I'm gonna have to start following Mark's idea...I'm at work today and havn't eaten yet but I'm going to have to shut down my PC and head straight for the break room after seeing your post. Unfortunately I don't have anything resembling that turkey in my lunch for today!!

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    1. HighPlainsFlyFisher
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      Jeff you have posted some wonderful food on your blog over the years.

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    1. Howard Levett
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      Howard mayo is good.

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  6. Once in a while, Alan, I have to have turkey too. We roast several of them throughout the course of the year. That sandwich sure looks tasty. Best Regards, Sam

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    1. Parachute Adams
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      Sam that smell of a turkey roasting on a cool day is heaven.

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    2. For sure. That smell of the roasting turkey is the best. Makes a darned good sandwich to boot..

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    1. TexWisGirl
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      Theresa right to the top.

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  8. My favorite meal! Beautiful pictures and wonderful descriptions. Very glad I heard about your website from watching The Five. :)

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  9. My favorite meal! Beautiful pictures and wonderful descriptions. Very glad I heard about your website from watching The Five. :)

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    1. JPBon.
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      Turkey has that something that makes most people feel satisfied. I thank "The Five" for the feature.

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  10. That looks fantastic! I love meals when they are prepared without shortcuts. So much more satisfying.

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    1. Justin Carfagnini
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      Justin shortcuts are not in this guys style, well maybe sometimes.

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