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Aldis finally has smoked turkeys. Ham but leaner.
Sorry, I forgot to add that you had to spend at least $25 and the cost of the turkey wasn't included. DH is always scouring the sale papers and stocking up on things we eat or use on a regular basis. They had their storebrand of stuffing on sale for .77 a box and some other things we use so he was able to spend the required $25 and get the turkey for .37 lb. I just went to Wegmans online and found out they also have one brand of turkeys on sale for .37 lb. and you don't have to spend a certain amount to get that price. DH is going by there to get another one to put away in the freezer for later. Lidl and Safeway are both selling their lowest priced turkeys for .98 lb. Prior to the Democrats bringing back inflation, there were always "turkey wars" around our area where the stores would compete to have the lowest price per lb. Unless a Republican majority wins today and win back the WH in 2024, I guess those days will be over.Wow. 37 Cents a pound is unheard of! I just bought 4 turkeys and they were 68 cents a pound at the military base and I thought I got a great deal. I like to make a small turkey every so often because I make pot pies, sandwiches, etc with the left overs.
I like chicken a lot more than turkey, but I love hot turkey sandwiches smothered in gravy. None of my kids nor my wife care for turkey... that's why I usually prepare a prime rib, which they all love.
We hosted a Thanksgiving dinner years ago with several of our active duty friends attending. One of the wives brought a huge,I know you're anticipating fish for Thanksgiving, but this year might be a good opportunity for turkey. You could get a drumstick and half a breast Or a whole breast and slice it up for both dinner and sandwiches later
I normally get a container (box) of Pacific Organic Turkey Broth just in case there aren't enough drippings to make sufficient gravy. If there are, I can use the broth for something else later