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Kirkland Fully Cooked Turkey Breast, Highly Recommended

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Costco/Kirkland has fully cooked turkey breast that just needs to be heated to 160* and served. We had another one tonight, maybe our 20th over time. Never a miss and a family favorite.

 

Couldn't be simpler: Cut the bag, place on backing pan, add an inch of water, tent with foil and bake at 400* for about 30-45 minutes (depending of from fridge or room temp). Slice and serve. Moist and flavorful, without adding anything to it. 

 

Last Christmas we served beef filet and one of these turkey breats for the non-beef eaters. At the end of the meal one guest asked where the turkey carcass was and could not believe there wasn’t one. 

 

Highly recommended for that minimal meal. Heck, grab the pre-made masked potatoes and veggies from Costco and you have a no-fuss dinner. Even you Neanderthals who believe that fried Taylor Ham is a delicacy can master this one. 

 

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ETA: Yes, it is gluten free. And No, it does not taste like sweat. 

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1, only a homo would heat up an already cooked breast

 

2, non beaf eaters are not allowed in my house

 

3, "allready made" mashed taters :dismay: at least get the "steam and mash", chopped up taters in a bag, you poke a hole in it, nuke and mash. Actually pretty good, 

 

4, I add extra gluten and msg to all my food, like a man!

 

5, Smoke it or fry it or feed it to the dog

 

6, your gayer than fishingbear!

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17 mins ago, redfishkiller said:

1, only a homo would heat up an already cooked breast

Coming from someone who thinks vienna sausages or ChefBoyrDee out of a can is fine dining, that makes total sense.

17 mins ago, redfishkiller said:

2, non beaf eaters are not allowed in my house

Not shocked, very caveman like of you. 

 

17 mins ago, redfishkiller said:

 

3, "allready made" mashed taters :dismay: at least get the "steam and mash", chopped up taters in a bag, you poke a hole in it, nuke and mash. Actually pretty good, 

Your electric grid can support two bare bulbs and a microwave? High faloutin' 

 

17 mins ago, redfishkiller said:

 

4, I add extra gluten and msg to all my food, like a man!

Explains your general state of health, and you need to a new toilet and plumbing.

17 mins ago, redfishkiller said:

 

5, Smoke it or fry it or feed it to the dog

Dog probably eats better than you if he gets what you won’t eat.

17 mins ago, redfishkiller said:

 

6, your gayer than fishingbear!

Yup, food talk is gay talk.

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On 5/14/2018 at 6:26 AM, redfishkiller said:

1, only a homo would heat up an already cooked breast

If I had a dollar for every time someone reported this post I could buy a boat :laugh: It’s gotta be the most reported post in history :dismay: 

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On 5/14/2018 at 5:26 AM, redfishkiller said:

1, only a homo would heat up an already cooked breast

 

2, non beaf eaters are not allowed in my house

 

3, "allready made" mashed taters :dismay: at least get the "steam and mash", chopped up taters in a bag, you poke a hole in it, nuke and mash. Actually pretty good, 

 

4, I add extra gluten and msg to all my food, like a man!

 

5, Smoke it or fry it or feed it to the dog

 

6, your gayer than fishingbear!

:kiss:

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1 hour ago, TimS said:

If I had a dollar for every time someone reported this post I could buy a boat :laugh: It’s gotta be the most reported post in history :dismay: 

you reprimanded me twice and the last two days...coincidentally, two days ago jim returns :squid:

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