My old soup!

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2013/02/27 17:57:32 (permalink)

My old soup!

I've been making this soup for years and it seldom gets eaten by guests 'cause it don't last very long.
The other night some friends came by with some delicious home-made clam chowder and I happened to have a pot of my turkey neck and gizzard soup to share also. A first for the company who enjoyed it very much.
I just cover about 4 large turkey necks and a pack of gizzards with water, add salt, pepper, garlic, marjoram, savory, and bring to a boil. Cook for a couple of hours then add cut up carrots, celery, onion, a bunch of greens like mustard greens, kale, etc. and some barley or pasta and cook for another hour or so until the meat separates easily from the neckbones. Might even add a pigs foot or two but that's another story and soup!!
post edited by Trask - 2013/03/02 12:30:19
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    pnwchef
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    Re:My old soup! 2013/02/28 09:00:43 (permalink)
    Trask, the soup sounds good, I bet on a chilly day on the coast it hits the spot. Chefbuba, a member on this site, has a food trailer over there, it's over the bridge in SeaView, it may be a nice lunch drive someday for ya. He has great food and is a great guy.............take care................Bill...P.S. we us to sell deep fried chicken gizzards, some loved them others turned up their noses.
    post edited by pnwchef - 2013/02/28 12:44:06
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    ann peeples
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    Re:My old soup! 2013/02/28 09:23:28 (permalink)
    Sounds excellent......I always take my turkey carcass and make soup-i add exactly what you guys do, plus add all the turkey , gravy,etc.......
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    Re:My old soup! 2013/02/28 10:46:44 (permalink)
    pnwchef

    Trask, the soup sounds good, I bet on a chilly day on the coast it hits the spot. Chefbuba, a member on this site, has a food trailer over there, it's over the bridge in Seaview, it may be a nice lunch drive someday for ya. He has great food and is a great guy.............take care................Bill...P.S. we us to sell deep fried chicken gizzards, some loved them others turned up their noses.


    post edited by chefbuba - 2013/02/28 10:47:54
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    pnwchef
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    Re:My old soup! 2013/02/28 12:45:28 (permalink)
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    pnwchef

    Trask, the soup sounds good, I bet on a chilly day on the coast it hits the spot. Chefbuba, a member on this site, has a food trailer over there, it's over the bridge in Seaview, it may be a nice lunch drive someday for ya. He has great food and is a great guy.............take care................Bill...P.S. we us to sell deep fried chicken gizzards, some loved them others turned up their noses.


    I didn't see any view, I was to busy eating your food......I did see a Brook..............
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    Trask
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    Re:My old soup! 2013/03/01 20:06:57 (permalink)
    pnwchef,
    We go through Seaview often on our way to razor clam digging. Will have to stop by and try Chefbuba's out!!  Thanks for the tip.
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