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Thanks Everyone100% Newbie Results and ready for T-Pot Pie!

JeevesJeeves Posts: 461
edited 10:00PM in EggHead Forum
Well, I'm finally back at the processing computer..[p]The results from Thursday night (for a single, newbie, and I mean newbie in that I've never made any of these fixens before!):

Single portion - I didn't need a bag of marshmallows and I only did a little of the rings on the casserole (since I was going to use the remainder for another project).[p]
[p]Sorry - bad presentation (IMO). Just needed time to give thanks, pray, and enjoy the music, food, and wine.
[p]So I separated all the meat.[p]Last night I put some of the remaining stuffing in molds for vacuum sealing.[p]I also did the same with the dark meat can green bean casserole.[p]Suggestion for leftover? My brother said to make one big <uTurkey Pot Pie[/u]!!! All I need to add are some carrots and peas![p]That was just way too much work for a single guy, but the results were great.[p]Special Thanks to Mad Max[p]And much thanks to the forum members for helping me and everyone out...[p]I couldn't have enjoyed the holiday or succeeded without you (and the egg).[p]WHAT A FAMILY![p]-Jeeves


  • RascalRascal Posts: 3,512
    Jeeves, Oh no, not more turkey!! 8 - ) Somehow, each picture conjures up visions of yet another, great cook! And here I sit, trying to do a fish fry after looking at a marathon of prime rib pictures this morning! It's just not fair!~~~~[p]Rascal

  • gdenbygdenby Posts: 5,381
    Jeeves,[p]That's a fine looking turkey. Mine tasted great and fell off the bone, but just didn't brown.[p]It may have been a fair amount of work for you, but the food was good, and the leftovers are likely to be just as nice. No wasting money for mediocre restaurant food, no nasty additives that might be in boxed food. And, frankly, cooking is one of those self-rewarding activities. You get to smell and taste it all, with no commercials![p]gdenby

  • JeevesJeeves Posts: 461
    Rascal,[p]I hear ya - I did mine later than most on the forum (Thursday), so I was watching pics, pics, pics. I didn't see any smoked Hams though![p]I'll be returning some items I didn't use today to the grocery store and I'm going to get some Talapia (or some less healthy catfish)... It's great with some Dizzy Pig Raging River. I addicted to that![p]-Jeeves
  • BajaTomBajaTom Posts: 1,269
    <p />Jeeves,
    Here are a couple of pot pies I did today. I sauted carrots, celery, green peppers and added chopped turkey. I seasoned with poultry seasoning and added mixture to store bought pie crust. I thickened home made turkey broth and poured over the pot pies. Cooked at 425 for about 30 minutes. Good luck, Tom

  • Jeeves,
    looks great jeeves!!! . ..[p]pot pie is easy and great . . . [p]buy a pair of those pre-maid pie crust doughs and a throw-away pie pan .. .[p]put one crust in the pie pan ... [p]in a pan, put in some of you mad max gravy with some half and half or heavy cream for a nice creamy sauce. ...add in cut up turkey, taters, carrots, peas, shrooms, whatever. ...[p]then top with second crust. ..cut some holes in it to let out steam. . .[p]bake in 350 degree egg or oven for about an hour or until its nicely browned on top. ..good stuff. ..

  • JeevesJeeves Posts: 461
    Bajatom,[p]Looks great! I'll note it for when I do mine!
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