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    Turkey Corn Chowder

    Cooked turkey yesterday.

    saved the drippings for broth/ soup starter also had 2 ears of corn extra

    So....... Chop up 2 cups of turkey (i prefer the legs and thighs)

    put in 4 cups of broth, you can substitute or add to it with chicken broth

    add 1 cup rice

    boil 2 eggs peel and chop up. add them.

    cut corn off of the cob

    add 1 clove garlic minced and half an onion also minced

    boil it all together for 10 minutes or so till the rice is soft.

    take 1 tablespoon of flour and mix it in a small bowl of cold broth, then add it to the soup.

    last ingredient, put in 2 tablespoons of sour cream.

    I have a bought spice mix I like called Tony Chachere's Original CREOLE Seasoning, I put in about a teaspoon

    salt to taste

    adjust broth/ flour amounts to get the thickness you prefer.
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    What time is supper?

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      #3
      I'm not going to argue about this.
      I don't know.

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        #4
        Originally posted by Woods Devil View Post
        What time is supper?
        I might put it on the food truck if I can make it more mexican.... maybe add jalepenos....
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          #5
          Originally posted by Mayaca View Post

          I might put it on the food truck if I can make it more mexican.... maybe add jalepenos....
          To mex it up, add cumin, allspice, cilantro on top when served. They would probably use peas rather than corn though.

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            Caldo de Pavo
            Go Space Force!!!

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              #7
              Whoa! Stomach boner!

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                #8
                I actually cooked something last weekend. I made steak soup. I was a little leery about the top round steak. I remember my mother making round steak and beating it with a cleaver forever and a day. Then trying to chew that piece of leather -- ugh!

                But in the crockpot, the top round was SO tender. Better than any high dollar steak I've had
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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Mayaca View Post

                  I might put it on the food truck if I can make it more mexican.... maybe add jalepenos....
                  Sell Mexican Poutine, I believe I have a recipe all done up for you.

                  PS-I eyeball the ingredients, I don't measure when I cook; only when I bake.
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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Night View Post
                    I actually cooked something last weekend. I made steak soup. I was a little leery about the top round steak. I remember my mother making round steak and beating it with a cleaver forever and a day. Then trying to chew that piece of leather -- ugh!

                    But in the crockpot, the top round was SO tender. Better than any high dollar steak I've had
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                      #11
                      Originally posted by gamgee View Post

                      I'm proud of you.
                      Thank you. It was a lot of cutting and chopping
                      Tuesday is soylent green day

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by HeavyHauler View Post

                        Sell Mexican Poutine, I believe I have a recipe all done up for you.

                        PS-I eyeball the ingredients, I don't measure when I cook; only when I bake.
                        We already have it. We call it chili cheese fries.
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