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A nice hot breakfast with not the usual ingredients
Found this online a few years ago(don't remeber where). A great way to do something different with venison.
I modified this from a recipe I heard on Zorba Pasteur's show on NPR. I was afraid it was going to be bland but it turned out to have wonderful flavor.
A great way to use left over turkey. This freezes well for later use, just let it cool some and put in a ziploc freezer bag (without rice).
Probably the best turkey buger I have ever eaten, great flavor in every bit. Served on whitewheat hamburger rolls with lettuce and tomato. Prep time does not include grill warm-up time.
Found this in a newspaper many years ago. The original recipe called for peanut oil but olive is better for you. The prep time includes marinating the fish.
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