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Old 06-18-2002
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Big Ol'''' Chunck O'''' meat

This is actually a hybrid post. But it was something I wanted to posted anyway, so I''ll put it in under it''s own heading.

Two of my favorite provisions are one of those little ''half'' hams and Butterball''s frozen turkey breasts. Both can be frozen and then tossed into the bottom of the fridge (if you have a real-sized freezer, ignore this) for use later in a week-long cruise.

I normally cook both on my magma grill (the ham with a honey/mustard glaze) and enjoy, but this week I brought out my BBQ sauce (last bottle) and poured it over the turkey and cooked it for 2 hours in the oven and IT WAS GREAT.

Usually the following meals after cooking either of these two involve ham or turkey leftovers - omlets for breakfast- sandwiches for lunch and warm-ups for dinner.

I was in Savannah GA earlier a couple weeks back and had a great deli sandwich... turkey, swiss and pesto. We keep basil growing on board, so I made up a sandwich with my BBQ turkey...and it was OUT OF THIS WORLD.

Two great meals. One bird. Still have leftovers.
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Big Ol'''' Chunck O'''' meat

"Two great meals. One bird."

That''s pretty much my feeling about seagulls that land on my boat.

Actually I have eaten a Norwegian dish which was basically stewed Atlantic Gull. Not bad, sort of like mutton bird.

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