The ziplock bag of turkey scraps is almost empty, just enough leftovers for one hefty turkey sandwich. I have a secret weapon that, to my palate, makes an exceptional turkey sandwich.
The particular arsenal I prefer using is Honeycup Mustard, the “uniquely sharp” Canadian condiment. I’ve tried many honey mustards on leftover roast turkey sandwiches — my favorite remains the original Honeycup.
That’s not to say other honey mustards out there aren’t delicious with their own particular usages. Mucky Duck, for instance, makes a wonderful honey mustard. I prefer that honey mustard brand when the food requires a dipping mustard: pretzel sticks and eggrolls come to mind.
UPDATE: CONGRATS, TERRI! Your name was PICKED–The CD and dish towels are on their way!!! Thanksgiving yum is on the horizon. In the right hand column →→→you’ll see a Holiday Cookbook link next to a Gold Ball under “Find Your Favorite Recipe“. Here, I’ve put together dozens of recipes that might suit your table. Also included is a super-simple segment and … Full recipe post »
Long before Steve Brill made hunting for wild foods a thing, since the dawn of our species we’ve been foraging our lands for edibles to survive. (In the eighties, Brill–aka, Wildman– began organizing foraging expeditions in Manhattan. Once he was slapped with a summons for making a meal from Central Park weeds. Minutes after his arraignment, … Full recipe post »
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