Welp, COVID-19 cases are on the rise again and people are headed back into quarantine. Happy Holidays everyone! So, you're probably going to have a smaller crowd for Thanksgiving this year than expected. Where does that leave your Thanksgiving meal planning? Are you stuck trying to figure out how you can make an entire turkey make sense for two people? You could cook that 20lb turkey and eat it for lunch until March, or you could portion it out, freeze it and hope it doesn’t shrivel into a turkey raisin inside your freezer before you feel like having turkey again. However, here’s a better idea: donate that turkey to a family who can eat it, or throw it in the freezer until you can gather a large enough crowd to eat. Then drive to the store and buy yourself a bone-in turkey breast or two, throw them in your Stargazer cast iron skillet and you’ll have Thanksgiving dinner in just over an hour (not to mention you won’t have to pick all the meat off of the turkey bones). This is a cheaper, faster and easier way to feed your smaller crowd for Thanksgiving this year. Enjoy your holidays everyone!
Prep Time: 10 min
Cook Time: 1 hr 10 min
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