Seahawks and Turkey Soup

On Saturday we decided to pick up sandwiches from Smarty Pants and then watch the Seahawks game at my Dad’s house.  I really wanted to try their Italian Beef  Sandwich as it is eclaimed to be the best outside of Chicago. I had listened to a  zoom the history of the dish and was anxious to try it.

Ryeleigh really loved sniffing around Dad’s place.

I made Seahawks cocktails which I made when we won the Super Bowl.

Let’s just say that it didn’t work as well this time.

Today I bottled wine finally.  I have been so busy lately it had been put on hold, but now it is done.  I bottled 58 bottles of pear, Asian pear, blackberry and grape wines.

Ryeleigh hung by the wood stove while I bottled.

For dinner I made turkey carcass soup from the turkey dinner I made in November.  The carcass didn’t quite fit in the pan.

But the soup was amazing, highly recommended.

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5 Responses to Seahawks and Turkey Soup

  1. Jeanne says:

    Yum! Your soup looks delicious!! I have always enjoyed making soup, from the turkey carcass. My dear friend, who died years ago, always called bone soup! Thanks for sharing.

  2. The soup looks tasty Donna, and congratulations on getting that wine bottled! What a treasury!

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