Last night, dinner was simple -- slices of turducken, fried until golden-brown, and served with canned vegetables. Each slice had some bacon, turkey, duck, chicken and dressing.
This morning, I looked at what remained, started some frozen hash browns, and added diced turducken once the potatoes were well underway. A little parsley, black pepper and onion powder pulled it together, for some very fine breakfast hash. Could have scrambled an egg or two in it but decided not to -- there was plenty of food without them.
And that's the last of it. Just under five pounds (pre-cooking) of turducken, three meals, three days.
BUILDING A 1:1 BALUN
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