Spicy Hummus Turkey Chili

This week I wanted something simple and comforting. I haven't done too many recipes for chili so far, but I found one I had to try. Our lives have been pretty busy lately, but we took some time to visit our families (socially distanced, of course). Make sure when you visit your loved ones, you [...]

Turkey Pho

Now that I have that lovely turkey frame, I needed something fun to do with it. I am surprised I never though of Pho. Pho (that's pronounced like duh, not like go) is a great brothy comforting soup that is spicy and meaty and perfect for a turkey frame. When looking for a recipe to [...]

Firecracker Casserole

Ok.  Now most of you have made this type of recipe.  Ground beef with a couple of cans of condensed soup.  This is very convenient, especially for busy people.  I've made many myself when I was younger.  However, if you are watching your health, it can be a nutritional nightmare.  Condensed soup contains a lot [...]

Split Pea and Broccoli Soup with Turkey

Since I have this lovely turkey frame from my Thanksgiving in July post, I figured I'd better make something from it.  This will be the third meal I get from this turkey.  The breast went to extra protein for Tony.  The dark meat ended up in the Mexican Turkey Stew.  Now the leftover turkey frame [...]

Thanksgiving in July – Slow Cooker Mexican Turkey and Potato Stew

Have you ever heard of the Christmas in July sales?  I haven't seen them as much lately, but I remembering them being more prominent when the Internet wasn't the main way to shop.  I'm making this post about Thanksgiving in July because I have a full turkey in the freezer from last Thanksgiving and Tony [...]

A Not So Vegetarian Greek Lentil Casserole

This recipe for Vegetarian Greek Lentil Casserole from Kayln's Kitchen caught my eye because it had to things: Greek food and lentils.  I love Greek food and as you probably guessed, I love lentils.  This looks to me more like a side dish rather than a main one.  I also decided to add ground turkey [...]