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Old 10-11-2015, 07:13 AM   #21
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I always make an after-Thanksgiving quiche with turkey, Havarti and roasted red peppers.
And? You can't tell us you used up all the leftover turkey in one quiche! Sandwiches don't count.
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And? You can't tell us you used up all the leftover turkey in one quiche! Sandwiches don't count.
And all the things Aunt Bea mentioned! Plus soup and stock and I freeze some of the meat for later. Sometimes I even let my mom take some of the leftovers
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That sounds great...maybe some asparagus if you can re-mortgage the house or have a kid for sale.
Asparagus dropped from $5.99 a lb. to $ 3.99. In one week. Not sure why. I'm as happy as a little gurrrrrrlll now ! Fiona.

I overdid my excitation on cooking asparagus.
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