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Traegernator 05-01-2014 09:41 AM

Home Alone Turkey Sandwich
 
Yep, I'm home alone. I thought about going out and grabbing a poboy for dinner and a few cold beers but I decided not to. Couldn't decide if I wanted roast beef or shrimp or oyster or even a muffaletta. I thought about tossing a nice steak on the grill, naaahhhh..... I decided to just stay home and have a couple of turkey sandwiches. Nothing fancy, you know me.
So, I waiting for the turkey to warm in the oven and will throw a couple of pistolettes in the oven to warm too. I might go all out and have some chips with that! Mmmm........
Alright so while the turkey is in the oven warming I have the pistolettes ready to toss in the oven for about two or three minutes.
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Sandwich is done!
Got some provolone cheese, turkey, avacado slices, tomato(wimpy but still good), lettuce, Mickle's Ghost Pepper pickles, Scratchmo's mustard, cranberry sauce and mayo.
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All I can tell y'all is THAT was some damn good eats!

Bosko 05-01-2014 11:24 AM

great look sandwich!

hey if your camera has a white balance setting, set it to indoor when takin your pics


then all that yellow will go away and look like this


http://i61.tinypic.com/1zxp1dv.jpg

bigwheel 05-01-2014 03:08 PM

Wow..looks mighty yummy. I knew our perpetual can of cranberry sauce which inhabits the cupboard was supposed to be used for something..and now I know. Hope its still good. Thanks.

bbquzz 05-01-2014 05:16 PM

Kind of like Thanksgiving on a bun, very creative T, my kind of sandwich, use what you got.

dledmo 05-01-2014 09:01 PM

Cranberry sauce for the win! Looks great, a great turkey sandwich is something everyone should love.

boozer 05-01-2014 09:29 PM

Looks great! And also great beer choice. Yuengling is hard to find here.

Traegernator 05-03-2014 09:20 AM

Thanks guys! That was a killer sandwich I really enjoyed.

The next day I made a lil gumbo with leftovers.

If there's one thing I truly love about turkey is the inevtable of leftovers. Even better is when there's a carcass left to make the stock for the gumbo with. This was the carcass left from Tuesday evenings turkey cooked on the Traeger.
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All ingredients in and time to simmer for a while.
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A nice big bowl of delicious gumbo!
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bigwheel 05-03-2014 11:08 AM

Looks mighty yummy. I tried making turkey soup with a leftover smoked carcass one time. It was flat nasty and smelled like an old dead turkey or something. I musta done something wrong. For gumbo stock I love Minor's brand Shrimp base. It can kick up to very high notches. Try that sometime.

Vermin999 05-05-2014 11:57 AM

Very nice!!

Max 05-07-2014 11:07 PM

Damn, now those are some samys.


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