Thursday, November 11, 2010

A Cute Turkey Sandwich for Thanksgiving

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Gobble gobble.....
Canadian Thanksgiving was on October, so it has already passed. However,since most of my readers are from the States, I decided to make a turkey sandwich for them!
Does it look so much like the apple turkeys  I made two weeks ago?




This turkey is made with 2 slices of bread, 2 slices of bologna, lettuce, bread crust, candy eyes, cheese and red pepper. I think it looks cute even without the bologna sticks out! Also, if you don't have the candy eyes, you can use peas, nori, olive or fruit leather for the eyes.
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15 comments:

  1. So adorable! Almost like the apple turkey...both are so pretty! :)
    Oh, giveaway??? Looking forward for this...hehehe.
    Happy Thanksgiving to you and family (belated). ;)

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  2. Thank you Emily! Don't forget to come back for the give away, and happy holiday :D

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  3. I love this its so cute as is the rest of your blog!!

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  4. Hi Alex, thank you for the comment and for droping by my blog. Hopefully I will see you here again!

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  5. Well, I was chosen to bring 15 Turkey Sandwiches to my son's Kindergarten class this coming Friday, November 19th. I was searching the web for a specific way to make an ordinary sandwich with just turkey meat for the kiddos. After searching recipes and came across endless websites of boring sandwiches, I decided to search for sandwiches for kids....aaahhhhh!!! At last the "Turkey Sandwich"....tada!!!! Thank you so much for the wonderful idea. The teacher will have no idea that is creation will be in her classroom this week and I can't wait to see the kids faces as they open their very own individual turkey sandwich baggie!!!!!

    Monica...a.k.a (Big Mark's mom)

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  6. Nice to know you here, Tiffany. You have lovely bento and great ideas. Do you mind if I add your blog into my blogroll?

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  7. Hi Vanessa, of course I won't mind. Thank you so much!

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  8. To Monica, I'm so glad you found the idea is useful! Hopefully those kindergartener will enjoy this turkey sandwich as my son did :D
    Bty, I saw the comment you left on the other post. umm.....you sure had a nice dinner last night!
    Thank you for droping by the blog ^^

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  9. When my husband was a bachelor, he learned how to cook "gourmet" style. He said if he was going to have to cook, then he is going to make it good food. When I met him, I only cooked easy food (microwaveable food, easy to bake foods, and mac & cheese). Over the years of our marriage I have been trying to perfect my cooking. Sometime I get the meal with the response of good reviews from him and other times he tells me that I tried to hard to recreate the masterpiece. I love to bake, but I don't know how to cook what foods with other foods in order to bring out the different flavors. I am trying!

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  10. when I had not worked I spend my time in create similar crafts with ny children, I am a creative woman and I used some recycled materials

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  11. hahah really cool, i guess i would practice to make stuff like this for my children, i never try so i'm gonna make for me first, thanks for the cool idea.

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  12. Thank you everyone for the comments. Have fun playing with your food :D

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  13. Oh god! that sandwich looks so cute! how can you eat it ?

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  14. I love your blog. You are very creative. I can't wait to make this for my son when he goes to kindergarten.

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