The scent of fried lumpia filled my kitchen. We hosted our first Thanksgiving meal in Daly City.
Our buddy Scott smoked a turkey for us.
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I suspect many people in my family are still working on all those turkey leftovers. Yum! My parent’s kitchen in Covina smelled amazing. The air was heavy with the aroma of fresh rosemary. I imagined the turkey skin turning crispy inside the oven.
I also made fresh lumpia for my family. I made traditional rolls with ground beef. I also fried up a batch with ground turkey, mushrooms and water chestnuts. Some liked those better than the traditional beef lumpia. Neat.
The next morning, I added a fried egg to the turkey leftovers.
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I had to work on Thanksgiving. I knew I had no energy or patience to cook after producing a 3-hour show. So, we decided to save our Thanksgiving cooking/feast for Saturday.
On our menu: Rosemary Sausage and Chicken. I found the recipe in our Cuisinart Slow Cooker Recipe book. (The book came with the Slow Cooker). The veggies, sausage, chicken, chicken stock and wine simmered inside the Slow Cooker for 8 hours.
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