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Old 11-19-2007, 10:41 PM   #1
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Dont mean to ask a dumb question, but, its just going to be me this thanksgiving, so I thought I would just buy some fresh turkey breast. When I went to the store, the only ones they had said "turkey breast for london broil"

What the heck does that mean?

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Old 11-19-2007, 11:43 PM   #2
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That's interesting, parker. I've never seen turkey breast listed that way. I've never cooked "just" a breast, but I hope other members will come along and help you.
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parker57 - if you do a search on Google you will find some recipes for the product you found. That's about all the help I can be
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Old 11-20-2007, 12:03 AM   #4
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Dont mean to ask a dumb question, but, its just going to be me this thanksgiving, so I thought I would just buy some fresh turkey breast. When I went to the store, the only ones they had said "turkey breast for london broil"

What the heck does that mean?
London Broil might refer to the method of cooking (or cut?). Here's a sample recipe:

Cooks Recipes | Turkey London Broil With Apricot Brandy Glaze Recipe


You might also try looking for turkey cutlets, but I can't seem to find them around Thanksgiving. Even if I'm alone, the prices of turkey & turkey breast is so reasonable now, you could make some & freeze some for later. (I prettty much only eat the breast/white meat myself.) Happy Thanksgiving. Gobble, Gobble.
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