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6 thick slices of French or Italian bread, crust trimmed away 2 cups milk 2 pounds cooked turkey, run through a meat grinder or food processor 2 eggs 2 stalks celery, minced 1 cup Parmesan cheese 2 garlic cloves, minced 1/2 large onion, minced 2 teaspoons oregano 2 teaspoons tarragon 1 teaspoon sage Salt and pepper Butter for greasing your baking dish

Trim the crust off the bread slices and soak the bread in the 2 cups of milk. If the bread is very dry you may need to add some more milk. Place the cooked ground turkey into a large mixing bowl. Gently squeeze most of the milk out of the bread and put the damp bread in with the turkey. Add the rest of the ingredients, through the salt and pepper, to the bowl and mix it all together with your hands. If you’re going for the meatballs, roll them into about 1-inch balls. If you plan to make the turkey loaf, grease your baking dish with butter, then place the ingredients into the dish and form a loaf. Bake at 350 degrees four about 75-90 minutes. Serve with some good gravy on the side. You’ll enjoy this way of using your leftover turkey. You can even form it into croquettes and drizzle gravy or cheese sauce over them for an extra-special presentation.