I'm making a white cake that doesn't use yolks so I'll have 16 egg yolks left over.
My question is will they freeze for something down the road, like an ice cream base, a creme englese, bread pudding, hollindaise? I think I'll freeze them in increments of 4.
We're going to friends later for a 5 PM Turkey Day Dinner with all the trimmings. I'm bringing an appetizer and the cranberry sauce. (no not canned!) So I thought I'd make OH and me a 'mini' turkey dinner tomorrow just so we'd have leftovers. I bought an 11 lb turkey and this morning I'm having a cooking jones. I just can't stand not cooking anything today, so I figured I'd cook our turkey and simmer the giblits for gravy for tomorrow. Just maybe have some sandwiches for lunch, mmmm who can resist picking on a freshly baked turkey?
Well, here's where the "I GOT ROBBED" comes in. NO TURKEY NECK was in the bird, just a measly packet of giblits w/heart and liver. WTF? What am i supposed to simmer for the gravy? Bastards!
I managed to wrangle off that 3" portion of the neck remaining on the bird, stole a little skin from the flap that hangs down over the breast/neck opening, cut off the wing tips, grapped that little chunk o fat hanging out around the leg openings and put it all to simmer with a quartered onion skin and all, the tops off a head of celery, a cut up carrot, some sage and parsley from my herb garden, salt and pepper. I guess i'll make the best of a lousy situation.
Should I take my receipt back to the store and say I was robbed? Do you think I'll get a refund? What would you do?
call me a snob, but...
3. Cream of anything soup
5. Cool whip
6. Miracle whip
7. Canned stock
8. Bottled salad dressing
9. Bouillon cubes
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