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November 26, 2007



my husband is also in the process of making soup. one of our turkey carcasses was used for the stock, which he made on saturday. i'll have to tell him about your soup in the slow cooker.

i like the fork banner! i am also about to embark on those kind of website changes, and i've got no talent whatsoever with this stuff. i am waiting for inspiration to come to me in my sleep.


At least the crockpot lets you get away with a lot of rest. But you don't sound rested at all! (Don't you still have pie? HEH) I hope you get some well-deserved R&R.


Turkey soup!

My family eats turkey at Christmas, and the funny thing is, we're always more enthusiastic about the post-Christmas turkey soup than the roast turkey itself. I think the problem is that no-one in the family likes white meat very much. It might be time to change to duck.

african vanielje

I love the apples, by the way. Hope you are now suitably post thanksgiving recovered. How did your cakes turn out?


frenchtart, thanks for dropping by! I like the fork, too... but it's enlarged enough to cross the whole screen it gets a little scary!

Manggy, very funny! And I still have pie, too... AND little bundt cakes.

adele, I've considered cooking duck for the holidays, but my family always threatens an uprising. :-)

Inge, thanks! I like the apples too. I'm recovered and on to the next... making "mixed peel" at the moment. The cakes were (are! Still have some left) really good. Yours looked scrumptious!


Really enjoyed this post--- I'll mention it in my Friday morning food blog roundup. Turkey soup is as much a part of Thanksgiving as the turkey itself! Ah, leftovers!


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