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Wow what a great why to use leftovers. Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful recipe. I had company drop by yesterday just as these were coming out of the oven and everyone really enjoyed them and wanted the recipe. The rosemary was great and I loved the crunch of the almonds. Thanks again

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Laureen in B.C. December 30, 2010

This was just as I imagined it, we were not disappointed! This will now become standard fare for turkey leftovers, and my hubby is even talking about using chicken when we don't have turkey. Easy and sooo tasty.

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mjanasik December 04, 2010

This is one of our favourite recipes! Everybody I have made it for also ends up making it. DELICIOUS!!!

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lil_sweet_simi October 07, 2009

I had high hopes for this recipe, and I was not disappointed! I omitted the celery (didn't have any), subbed pecans for almonds, and used rosemary. DH and I both loved it. It is a really great blend of flavors. I served baked sweet potatoes as the side dish. Looking forward to the leftovers! Thanks a lot for posting this great recipe.

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Deb G December 19, 2007

This was very tasty. Despite using foil, cooking it in our gas oven caused my fiance and I some difficulties. I'm not sure if the almost burning was because of the our oven or because of the gas oven in general. All in all, it is a very yummy recipe - we added extra cranberries because we love them, which adds a nice zing to the overall taste, as does the mustard.

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Amyschnabi November 19, 2004
Turkey and Cranberry Pie