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We'll have some sarnies for a couple of days and with our three dogs and five cats it'll all be gone.
 

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Made Turkey curry yesterday and boiled the bones etc for a stock. Got 7 meals last night and another 5 for lunch today.
 

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Ours is all gone now - 3kg Crown fed 6 Christmas Day, 5 yesterday and two of us today plus lots of snacking (sarnies) in-between.
 

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Hmmm... anyone willing to share their left over turkey curry recipe?
Post in the foodie forum under "curry" if it's easier....
 

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Turkey on Christmas day, Turkey and leek pie on Boxing day, turkey with various meats for lunch and just eaten a turkey Chinese curry with my home made Chinese style sauce that you get from the Chinese take away, all gone now.
 

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I always do two max...but as a kid we'd eat til it was gone...we had huge turkeys then...one year it was straight off the farm my uncle worked on and at around 20lb went a long way!
 

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I'd say It's fine cold the next day, and cooked the day after that if not frozen. In the olden days, we would push that out to four days with every single Sunday roast - I would run home from school on a Monday if we had had pork in the Sunday as I knew it would be cold pork and chips (homemade, of course). Bliss!! Not that running home would make tea arrive any earlier - six o clock on the dot!
 

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I always do two max...but as a kid we'd eat til it was gone...we had huge turkeys then...one year it was straight off the farm my uncle worked on and at around 20lb went a long way!
I remember back in the day when mam n dad would arive home with the turkey then go into the kitchen to see if it would fit in the oven, we now just buy one of those things in a foil tray we don't have a dig enough family (or likeing of turkey) to buy a big bird.
 

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I've been eating goose cold cuts the last couple of days and today bought a £52 M&S turkey reduced to £7.70 so roasted that and now will enjoy it over the next couple of days as well :) If I get bored I'll vac pac some and freeze it for sandwiches in the next couple of months. My grandparents used to do turkey curry and I have done a turkey+leek pie before that was good
 
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