The Black Friday Sandwich

Let the stacking begin.

Bacon strips, and smoked turkey.
Bacon strips, and smoked turkey. | Source
Rolled up to fry.
Rolled up to fry. | Source
Smelling good and looking good.
Smelling good and looking good. | Source
Got that bun ready, cream cheese and cranberry sauce on one side and dressing and gravy on the other.
Got that bun ready, cream cheese and cranberry sauce on one side and dressing and gravy on the other. | Source
Stack on the turkey.
Stack on the turkey. | Source
Stack it all up and grab it with two hands.
Stack it all up and grab it with two hands. | Source

Use the stuff you made yesterday.

I woke up this morning hungry again. Today is what the corporate goons call Black Friday to make us think saving $12 for camping out in front of their store for three days is a good thing for us to do. I think you a fool to do such things when you could be making one of these.

The first thing you need is some left overs and a skillet.

Take some of your smoked turkey that you laboriously cooked on Thanksgiving and wrap it in bacon. Put this in the skillet and fry on both sides. i put a cover on the skillet to help cook the bacon that does not have direct contact.

While the bacon is cooking, toast a buttery bun. When the buttery toast is done, cut a slice of cranberry sauce and some cream cheese put that on one bun.

Put some dressing and gravy on the other side of the bun.

By the time you get the bun prepped the bacon should be done and ready to put on the sandwich.

Stack it all up, grab it with two hands and gobble it up.


You will need:

Smoked Turkey

Bacon

Cranberry Sauce

Cream Cheese

Dressing

Gravy

One Bun Toasted and Buttery

Hot Skillet

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novascotiamiss 5 years ago from Nova Scotia, Canada

Warning: If you carry on eating breakfasts like this the chances are that you will have more than only a black Friday. You might end up with a black life, fighting obesity, heart disease, high blood pressure, Type 2 diabetes


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Ole Number One 5 years ago from Louisiana Author

Warning: It's worth every crumb!


Arlene V. Poma 5 years ago

Ah, live a little when you have turkey leftovers. I just watched a chef on TV prepare a turkey Monte Cristo. If I weren't so lazy to fix the egg to dip the sandwich in, I would have given his recipe a try. It's not that you're gonna eat this for the rest of your life.


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jfay2011 5 years ago

oh, that sounds wicked delicious. That's my Maine words talking.


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Ole Number One 5 years ago from Louisiana Author

You'll be on it like a duck on a June bug. That's Alabama words.

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