Born and bred here in the Capital Region, and happy to still live within five miles of my childhood home in North Greenbush. I am the proud aunt of Gabrielle, Dominique, Robbie, Bridget, Kateri, Victoria, James, Olivia and little JR! I am happiest when I get to spend as much time as possible with them. I am also a certified pet lover, with two cats, Mokie and Minnie and two dogs....Freckles and Leo!!
And here's the newest photo of Leo, at two years old....he's learned to beg for pizza very well!
Spending time with family and friends is number one on my list of favorite leisure activities. I also enjoy movies, reading a good mystery, swimming and playing computer games (I have to stay on top of the games, so I can play with the kids). I love vacationing on Cape Cod, or heading out to sea on one of our Cruises to the Caribbean. Want to know more....feel free to ask! Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or join our facebook conversations at facebook.com/oldies98.3
Nicol Lally of NewsCenter at 10 on Fox 23 spoke to me this morning about her piece how we may be bringing viruses and bacteria into our homes even though we think we're doing the right thing by helping the environment. Find out more tonight on Newscenter at 10 on Fox 23 tonight. (5-20) Listen to our conversation here:
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I know everybody has different ideas as to what to do with turkey leftovers, but I have a couple of recipes that I use every year that I always like to pass along. They may not be the healthiest recipes in the world but they're pretty tasty, and I don't think they're too bad at all.
First up, Turkey Fingers: Break up some of the leftover turkey into pieces, I prefer white meat, but dark meat is fine too. Take the pieces and then bread them using a couple of eggs, salt, pepper and a little garlic powder, then throw them into the bread crumbs (you can use regular or panko, whichever you prefer), and then fry them up for a few minutes. They come out crispy and yummy and you can dip them in gravy or any dipping sauce for that matter. The kids will love them and trust me, you will too.
Second thing I do...Turkey Tacos. This is really simple. Just take some of the leftover turkey meat, chop it up and throw it into the frying pan with some taco seasoning and about 2/3 cup of water. You can buy the seasoning for less than a buck at the grocery store. Mix it all together for about five minutes and you'll be good to go. Just buy some taco shells, soft or hard, whichever you prefer and top with whatever you like...cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, etc. It's another good meal!
Hope the recipes have been helpful. If you have any questions, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org I've been using both of these recipes for years...hope you like them!