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I just made a big pot of turkey soup for supper. Now I am going be drooling until supper time.
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I just made a big pot of turkey soup for supper. Now I am going be drooling until supper time.
Turkey soup, mmmm. Definately one of Persi's favorites!
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I love turkey noodle soup *yummy*
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I am a big fan of turkey soup as well, with tons of veggie's, turkey and I generally us star pasta when I make it...

Thanks now that you have me thinking about it I won't be happy again until I make a pot myself...
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I am a big fan of turkey soup as well, with tons of veggie's, turkey and I generally us star pasta when I make it...

Thanks now that you have me thinking about it I won't be happy again until I make a pot myself...
I like to use those broad noodles. Now I'm craving turkey soup and I'm trying to eat vegetarian!
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I love turkey noodle soup *yummy*
I made homemade noodles. I was going to use dried egg noodle. but my son said if I made homemade ones, he'd clean up the kitchen and do the dishes. Who would turn down an offer like that.
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I made homemade noodles. I was going to use dried egg noodle. but my son said if I made homemade ones, he'd clean up the kitchen and do the dishes. Who would turn down an offer like that.
That is an offer to good to refuse!

Do you have a pasta maker? I have an electric one that you just put everything into the mixer part, let it mix and then set it to extrude the noodles, but it sounds like a jumbo jet when in use, so I've only tried it twice. It now sits happily up on top of my cupboards gathering dust! One day I'll pull it down and try again. The noodles were really good the times I did try it.
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Originally Posted by Natalie_ca View Post
That is an offer to good to refuse!

Do you have a pasta maker? I have an electric one that you just put everything into the mixer part, let it mix and then set it to extrude the noodles, but it sounds like a jumbo jet when in use, so I've only tried it twice. It now sits happily up on top of my cupboards gathering dust! One day I'll pull it down and try again. The noodles were really good the times I did try it.
I don't have one. I have been thinking of getting one. I make them and cut them by hand.
post #9 of 9
when I go to visit my parents in october they are waiting to make a turkey until I get there so I can have their awesome turkey soup


Turkey bones boiled,tomato juice,macaroni,turkey,veggie soup,barley
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