Longleaf Stories

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Take one turkey breast carcass (that’s a crass word, but it is what it is), add water, a chopped onion, sliced celery, sliced carrots, a little leftover dry white wine if you have it, a smidgeon of kosher salt and some freshly ground pepper and simmer for an hour or so. Then skim out all the solid ingredients and any fat from the top. Chop some fresh onion, celery, carrot, parsley and garlic. Add it to the broth. Pick out any nice bits of turkey and add to the pot. I added some Kasmati rice, but noodles would be good, too. More ground pepper, sage, thyme, wine and extra chicken broth, if needed. Simmer for a half hour or so. It’s really good.


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