The best part of Thanksgiving leftovers — the turkey bones.
Vince took all the meat off the bones and then we had three ziplock bags of bones. No matter what I’m making, I simmer the bones with celery, onion, a bit of salt and pepper and whatever else might get tossed in.
For this batch, we made turkey noodle soup.
Once all the bones, celery and onion were strained out, I added chopped celery, carrots, and leftover turkey. That simmered til the carrots and celery were tender. Then I added noodles, spices and once the noodles were done, thickened it up with a bit of flour and it was good!
Considering how many meals we get out of a turkey, I think we should have turkey more often.