2003 T-18 "Turkey Slices in Gravy"

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2003 T-18 "Turkey Slices in Gravy"

Post by housil » Sun Oct 25, 2015 5:00 pm

As we had no idea what to cook today and we had kids and grand kids over for dinner, I gave a 2003 T-18 a try:
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Turkey Slices in Gravy
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from 2003
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after opening, no suspicious smell nor taste despite the tray had some little bends and corrosion on it.
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Cooking some sides and extra sauce, heating the turkey slice in the gravy
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My plate with turkey slice and noodles.
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The turkey was very tender and I liked the "thin" slices, the gravy had a nice, salty taste. I really like that dish and would have it again. After a little cooling down, you noticed a slightly metallic taste, but we kept eating it.
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Getting the grand daughter used to eat rations :mrgreen:

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Re: 2003 T-18 "Turkey Slices in Gravy"

Post by cavguy » Mon Oct 26, 2015 9:36 am

Great pics! I remember this meal too, it tasted ok but the texture of the turkey was more like "chopped and formed" type meats - also it was very stringy thin meat.

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Re: 2003 T-18 "Turkey Slices in Gravy"

Post by housil » Mon Oct 26, 2015 10:19 am

cavguy wrote: but the texture of the turkey was more like "chopped and formed" type meats - also it was very stringy thin meat.
Exactly like that! :mrgreen:

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