"Imagine all the people living life in peace. You may say I'm a dreamer, but I'm not the only one.
I hope someday you'll join us, and the world will be as one. "
~John Lennon


Thursday, November 22, 2012

Here, Turkey, Turkey

In my case, I should be calling Here, Chickie, Chickie. I am going to have the cousin to the turkey again this year. Roasting a turkey for one is silly. But a roasted chicken can be many meals for me.

I found some sage dressing that is gluten free.  Fresh green beans cooked with bacon and onions.  A baked sweet potato. Lots of leftovers, and then finally the bones will be in the slow cooker for a couple days to make soup stock.

C'mon, Cuz.

Huge blogland hugs to my dear blogging friends for which I am truly grateful.


15 comments:

Ms. A said...

I much prefer chicken!

Happy Thanksgiving, Cici!

Rock Chef said...

I also prefer chicken - especially if it has been roasted slowly for a long time...

The green beans, bacon and onion sounds great! I might steal that for part of our Christmas line up!

Have a good one!

PS I am also very grateful for my wonderful blog friends!

DJan said...

I actually prefer tofu, but don't tell anyone! Happy Thanksgiving and I'm grateful for you, too, dear CiCi.

Jeanie said...

It sounds like a wonderful meal. Enjoy your Thanksgiving Day.
I love the picture of the clever turkey.

Adam said...

happy turkey day

Stephen Hayes said...

I hope you have a peaceful and joyous Thanksgiving. I bet you make great chicken soup! Take care.

LL Cool Joe said...

Have a wonderful day!

Debby@Just Breathe said...

That is so funny!

We already tossed the bones, never ever use them.

Happy Thanksgiving.....

Hilary said...

I hope you had a great one, dear CiCi.

Jeni said...

Chicken, turkey -all poultry and you're right in that it makes little sense to cook a big ole turkey for one person! Happy Thanksgiving to you too, CiCi, and like you, I am truly grateful for all my many Blogger friends, today and every day! Peace.

dkzody said...

I really prefer turkey, but a whole bird is too much for just the two of us. I have taken to buying turkey breasts at Whole Foods. Works out to be just the right amount for a couple of meals, some sandwiches, and then turkey & rice to finish it off.

Heidrun Khokhar, KleinsteMotte said...

What a great idea and I bet the place smelled yummy.

Brian Miller said...

smiles...i hope you had a great thanksgiving cici....and leftovers are def not bad...smiles.

terri said...

Hugs back to you!

Suldog said...

Gluten-free dressing? Why bother living?

Just kidding. Glad you found something tasty you can enjoy. And right back at you concerning the "truly grateful".