Easy, Yummy Recipes Using Cooked Turkey

Written by Sherri Allen

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Bake inrepparttar oven for 1 hour, until crust is golden and filling is bubbly.

Turkey Hoagies

Whether you call them hoagies, subs or grinders, these hot sandwiches are just right for a quick meal when you want something warm and yummy without a lot of work.

* 1 Tbsp olive oil * 1 large onion, sliced * 1 large green pepper, sliced * 1 cup chopped cooked turkey * 1/8 cup Italian salad dressing * 4 hoagie rolls, split * 1 cup mozzarella cheese

Saute onions and green pepper in pan with olive oil until they begin to soften. Add turkey and Italian salad dressing torepparttar 113208 onion and pepper mixture and heat through. Divide onion, pepper and turkey mixture betweenrepparttar 113209 hoagie rolls and top each withrepparttar 113210 mozzarella cheese.

This year, give your family an extra reason to be thankful by cooking something new with your Thanksgiving turkey leftovers.

Sherri Allen is the editor of an award-winning website devoted to topics such as family, food, garden, house & home and money. For free articles, information, tips, recipes, reviews and coloring pages, visit http://www.SherriAllen.com/

Arts in Pu-erh making

Written by Tea Hub

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A Pu-erh Bing Cha’s compressing technique is shown in its shape and tea leave presentations onrepparttar surface ofrepparttar 113204 cake. A good compressing technique does not only affectrepparttar 113205 appearance of a Pu-erh Bing Cha, but also affect a Pu-erh’s quality. Comparing to machine compressed Pu-erh Bing Cha, traditional hand compressed Pu-erh Bing Cha is less flat and will age faster. Historically, Jing Chang Hao was famous for their superior compressing techniques and beautiful appearance.

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