I have never been big on soup. I feel like I don’t get full enough when I have it. But this Goose Soup is just the best. I was full and happy after eating it, but didn’t feel like I’d eaten a side of beef. I didn’t need chocolate or dessert (they are NOT the same thing) after either. Goose soup is satisfying and warm. It’s feel good soup that is a great way to make the most of your leftover goose. I mean a goose is expensive, and if you can get a flipping great meal, yay, but two or more? Now that’s value!
With winter supposed to last another six weeks, how do you plan on riding the rest of this cold weather out? Leave a comment below and tell us how you plan to stay warm for these extra six weeks of winter.
This pizza was ridiculously garlicky and delicious. I prefer to have a saucy pizza, others may not. But either way, that hidden spread of roasted garlic with the sweetness of the caramelized onions and mushrooms, the texture of the grilled chicken, the stringy cheese. Oh dear. I want to eat this again... right now. Unfortunately I made two 6-inch pizzas that were gone in one sitting.
Leave a comment below. Tell us what you make on the grill and it disappears in one sitting. What does your family love to eat so much that it disappears in one go?
Just another way to use the pulled pork that you smoked. This recipe is really simple and very tasty. If whoever is eating this doesn’t know that you stuffed the breasts with the pork, it’s quite the surprise. What food have you surprised someone with? How did they react? Leave a comment below and tell us about your surprising food experiences!
You guys have been great at not spilling about the new TravelQ™! I used Larry (my new TravelQ’s name) to make these chicken breasts. I surprised the Baron of Baking by stuffing them with my delicious pulled pork. I used one burner for direct grilling, then moved the breasts over to the other side to finish them off by grill-baking them while he made the salad. Here are some more sneak peaks of the new grill.
Okay this was absolutely delicious. I have an obsession with sourdough bread. Like OB-SEH-SHUN! I actually had to cut the recipe down a little. There were only two of us eating that night, so I sliced the bread and toasted it, then melted the cheese onto it. Followed by the leftover turkey that has been grilled to reheat. The Fire-Roasted Tomato Salsa was gloriously garlic-y. Like it was intense, even after brushing our teeth.
How did you handle your leftovers from Thanksgiving? Leave a comment and let us know what you did with what was left after your big meal. Was it different, like this? Or was it just microwaved with the fixings?
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