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Wednesday, January 25, 2006 

Day 3-The Day of the Salad

Turkey Week continues. It's only the 1/2 way point, but I think I may have to have vegetable week next week. It doesn't help that I usually eat leftovers for lunch. Sometimes this means the turkey recipe from the day before, and sometimes it means your basic cold turkey sandwich with lettuce and mayonnaise.

Wednesday Night: Phil's Family Style Turkey Rolls

These rolls are not family style in the sense that you put the bowl in the middle of the table and serve yourself (although you could), but in the much looser sense that means they are the style of Phil's Family. Apostrophes be damned.

Ingredients:

All leftover white meat off the bone (by now the wings should be left. Save those for days 4 and 5). I had about 3-4 cups.

3 sticks of celery

1 onion

1 1/2 - 2 cups turkey stock

mayonnaise

celery salt

French rolls

Directions:

Tear up the turkey well. I used my Thunderstick (I have a weakness for infomericals). Put the turkey in a big bowl. Cut up the celery and onion (I Thundersticked the onion) and add to the turkey. Pour the turkey stock over the mixture until moist. You want the turkey to be wet but not soaked or floating. Add the mayonnaise to your taste. Some people like it, some don't, so decide for yourself. I used about eight tablespoons. Add celery salt to taste. These last two ingredients require a lot of adding and tasting, adding and tasting, until it tastes right to you. With the celery salt, err on the side of caution because it will taste stronger once you refrigerate it.

Put the mix into the fridge and let sit for at least an hour (the longer, the better (but not like four weeks or anything)). Cut the rolls the long way down the top and stuff them. Serve with potato chips and carrot sticks.

goodness gracious, if I ate that much turkey I'd be out cold every afternoon (ya know, that hormone in turkey meat). Very creative though.

ditto to the above comment. i have enough problems staying awake! but...can i come over...convientently at dinner time? lol

thanks for inviting me over for din din....i had fun yesterday doing the "sex in the city" thing at the coffee shop. sooooo chic. tonights my first sewing class (yippy *instert little yelp here*)...so i can't make it...but turkey burritos is such a good idea!

A note to your Turkey Spread recipe, if you are a fan of pickles (which I am) you can use some sweet gerkins as well. Cut them up into little circles and add then with the celery and onion. If you REALLY like pickles (which I do) use 1/2 turkey stock and 1/2 pickle juice when moistening the turkey.

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