Until that old buzzard’s resigned to his fate.
He’ll have turkey with stuffing and gravy, and pie,
Hot mashed potatoes and turkey piled high!
Yams that were candied with marshmallow goo,
And when that is finished, he’ll have turkey too!
It seems on Thanksgiving that Bobby can’t wait
To get a big piece of that bird on his plate.
But after Thanksgiving with the passing of days,
It seems that our Bobby has changed in his ways.
He’s had turkey daily and now has a hunch
That turkey will show up at school in his lunch.
So, if it is true that we are what we eat,
He’ll soon grow pinfeathers and forked turkey feet.
I know it’s not Helen Steiner Rice, but give me a break, I’ve been sick. Earlier this week as I sat at my computer whining about my runny nose. I spent some time checking the Internet for some solutions to the “What do we do with all of this leftover turkey?” problem. I found that there are thirty-two Internet pages claiming to provide recipes for left0 ver turkey. (Yes, I was exceptionally lifeless this week.) Some sites offered very little, and others left me wondering if I were suffering from the Google Redirect Virus again. The low carb site was a blank, white page. (Eating nothing will keep your carbs low, but it won’t do much about the leftover turkey problem.) Many other sites contained numerous pop-ups that were meant to gobble up one’s attention. I steered away from these. After searching for quite some time, I thought perhaps some of you might profit from my boredom if I listed the most promising recipe sites here.
(I make no guarantees about the content of any of these sites.)
Pinch My Salt – this site has a great looking curried turkey salad recipe!
Lesley’s Recipe Archive