For breakfast, we put the cranberry sauce in our oatmeal for a delicious and healthy change to our normal oatmeal.
Atticus makes it "snow" on the oatmeal...powdered sugar
I boiled the turkey carcass in water to make the stock and get all the meat off the bones. Especially when we buy a free-range turkey or chicken, I feel the need to use everything we can. In this case, a delicious bone broth was made. After I boiled the bones for about 12 hours, I drained the broth and added the meat and veggies. Some bones were soft enough for the dog, and he was so happy! He also got a lot of skin and a few scraps of meat. In the end, we had very little waste from the turkey dinner.
We added a dollop of sour cream to our soup and had some home-made sour-dough bread to dip in the broth.
Can I just say what a compliment it is when I see someone drinking the very last drop of the soup this way? All the bowls were empty. This is a most satisfying and healthy soup. If you don't make bone broth, I suggest you start. I also use the broth for cooking our rice, which adds so much goodness to the rice. I love having a jar of homemade broth in my fridge. It makes me feel like I am taking good care of my family. Warm fuzzies...