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Re: That bag O’ guts in the turkey... [Re: jackmountain] #16691281 12/05/21
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Liver and hearts go good with turnip greens , Poor folk food , Glad to have it back when I was a kid.

glad to have it back when I was a kid too. Glad that I don't need it anymore now.

I grew up poor , We’d trade a couple live coons for a white Turkey at the trade days in the fall , Daddy had a Oldsmobile station wagon with mud tires on the back , hauled a many of animals in that car .

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Re: That bag O’ guts in the turkey... [Re: slumlord] #16691314 12/05/21
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When I pulled the neck out of the cavity my kids said what's its neck doing up its bum. I said if it's OK for our president it's OK for our turkey. Get the holiday politics started before the birds in the oven.

The neck and giblets go right in the garbage at our house. Depression era people always told me growing up that boiling the neck makes great gravy. I found out that so does all the drippings in the bottom of the roasting bag. Wife prefers the knorr envelope packet gravy. Maybe by the time the dems are done with our economy we'll all be wanting giblets and turkey necks like our grandparents. We've had it too good.

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Re: That bag O’ guts in the turkey... [Re: slumlord] #16691360 12/05/21
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I boil all that stuff to make my gravy....give it a few hours to simmer, then I put the heart, liver, etc through a garlic press and it gives perfect flavor and texture.


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Re: That bag O’ guts in the turkey... [Re: irfubar] #16691361 12/05/21
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Originally Posted by irfubar
Dice up the gizzard and liver, stir them in the gravy and live a little.... the neck goes to the dog... win/win

you seem to have forgotten the heart.

And the neck got picked today and the larger pieces went in the soup pot. The smaller ones to the pile of skin, picked cartilage, and scraps that will get run through the Osterizer and turned into dog biscuits tomorrow.


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Re: That bag O’ guts in the turkey... [Re: slumlord] #16691369 12/05/21
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We boil them, use the broth in the dressing, and cut the guts and neck meat up to add to the dressing.

There are sure a bunch of pussified picky people here who obviously didn't grow up on small farms and some who know what to do with the packet.


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Re: That bag O’ guts in the turkey... [Re: slumlord] #16691371 12/05/21
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Offer them bag of guts to your black neighbors

Re: That bag O’ guts in the turkey... [Re: blanket] #16691379 12/05/21
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Re: That bag O’ guts in the turkey... [Re: stxhunter] #16691431 12/05/21
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Originally Posted by stxhunter
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Who the hell thought we wanted that?

Dude the best gravy.


Exactly. What passes for turkey gravy in a lot of places is oily Elmer's glue.


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Re: That bag O’ guts in the turkey... [Re: slumlord] #16691433 12/05/21
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Yes. Gravy and dressing.


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Re: That bag O’ guts in the turkey... [Re: slumlord] #16691443 12/05/21
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Sell that chit to CiCi’s pizza for pepperoni!


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Re: That bag O’ guts in the turkey... [Re: slumlord] #16691448 12/05/21
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I’ll never forget the look on my kids face when I pulled out the neck, held it up and told my kids the Turkey must have been a boy

Re: That bag O’ guts in the turkey... [Re: slumlord] #16691451 12/05/21
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That stuff was the most popular in my family. The neck was for the oldest, the gizzards were what we fought over.


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Re: That bag O’ guts in the turkey... [Re: slumlord] #16691466 12/05/21
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I would buy turkey necks at the store when they had them and cook them in the slow cooker with a little mushroom soup.

There's quite a bit of meat on the neck.


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Re: That bag O’ guts in the turkey... [Re: windridge] #16691482 12/05/21
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Originally Posted by windridge
We boil them, use the broth in the dressing, and cut the guts and neck meat up to add to the dressing.

There are sure a bunch of pussified picky people here who obviously didn't grow up on small farms and some who know what to do with the packet.


Exactly what we do. Stuffing ain't stuffing without the goodies, and btw, I never let a heart or liver go to waist.


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Re: That bag O’ guts in the turkey... [Re: slumlord] #16691527 12/06/21
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Always used to make gravy.

Re: That bag O’ guts in the turkey... [Re: slumlord] #16691528 12/06/21
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The gizzard man!

If I can score the gizzards and the oysters it a great turkey day.


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Re: That bag O’ guts in the turkey... [Re: slumlord] #16691619 12/06/21
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Boil the neck, heart and liver, shred the meat off the neck with a fork, mince the heart and liver, use the broth, celery and onions, to make stuffing.

Gravy is made with all the drippings in the bottom of the pan, usually about a couple quarts of liquid, includes whatever overstuffed fell in the bottom. Pour through a strainer into a skillet, add flour and water.

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Re: That bag O’ guts in the turkey... [Re: slumlord] #16691666 12/06/21
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Always use the turkey drippings and the giblets, stewed and diced for gravy.

Re: That bag O’ guts in the turkey... [Re: slumlord] #16691682 12/06/21
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Deer heart is the first thing to be eaten here, pan fried or smoked, guess I am full retard. Liver soaked blood out and sliced thin with onions is next.

Love chicken gizzards and livers, smoked livers and mash up with mustard and horseradish is a favorite.

With all the kids around the table at our place, the neck off a chicken did not go to waste, it was mine every time as the girls did not like it, suited me. Wish I could buy chicken hearts by the tub. I buy a couple extra packs of smoked turkey necks from the Kroger to add to the ones in the packet to make the giblet gravy. Waste not, want not.


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Re: That bag O’ guts in the turkey... [Re: slumlord] #16691702 12/06/21
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I eat the heart and gizzard. No one else in family will eat them. I was introduced to them by my grandfather and for as long as I can remember he and I would share them on turkey day. To this day I still eat them, thanks to my Grandfather!

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