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    Southern Living. This is a great after-holiday dish.

    Recipe #30887

    Found this on a Crock pot site I am a member of. Enjoy! On servings you decide!

    Recipe #46403

    144 Reviews |  By Beeks

    I totally hated ground turkey until I tried this recipe. People don't even know ground turkey is in it; until you tell them;so don't.This chili is mild so any one can eat it.

    Recipe #79308

    Recipe #32399

    This was a recipe I was a little nervous trying as I am not a pie maker...What a pleasant surprise- it turned out delicious and was a good stick to your ribs meal on a cool fall day. Update- I tried it this year with the new Pillsbury refrigerated pie crusts, it turned out wonderful, see the photo I took!

    Recipe #45070

    For a JUICIER and TASTIER turkey, brine before cooking! If your turkey or chicken is kosher do not brine since it has already been salted. Brining isn't just for poultry but also lean cuts of meat and even fish and shrimp. But you must adjust time to their size. Example; a whole trout takes only 20 minutes and the same with shrimp, a whole chicken takes about 4 hours, a cut up chicken about 2hrs. May add honey or maple surup, may replace some of the water with something like apple cider or coffee. Let loose your creativity. Yes, you have to plan ahead but for little effort the results are WORTH IT!

    Recipe #101391

    A simple but easy and tasty way to make a boneless turkey breast.

    Recipe #48383

    2 Reviews |  By Mirj

    This can be made with leftover turkey, or with a prepared turkey breast. Very addictive, even if you overdosed on the bird the day before.

    Recipe #14793

    7 Reviews |  By Steve_G

    Cooks in 80-100 minutes with crisp skin, very moist. From Cooks Illustrated.

    Recipe #46239


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