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Wow - the Big Guy really knows how to combine fabulous flavors! (He has been paying attention to the Fabulous Lady!) Now - I would eat that turkey for sure - I know it wasn't bland in the least! AND mashed taters!!! A perfect meal!

Lea - that's hilarious. I said to Big Guy as we were dining fine that I bet you'd like this one. Definitely not bland or dry or flavorless and his mashed potatoes were sublime! I'm not sure who's learning more from who around here. LOL

Half a can of chipotle...wow, I would have been scared, but it sounds like it mellowed out in the end product. I have started seeing turkey thighs around here which is something new so I know where to turn to for inspiration.

Lorraine - I was a might trepidatious to be honest but it really did mellow out. Not saying the leftovers aren't going to be hotter that a pistol...but last night it was lovely. We've done a few other turkey thigh dishes here - I'll add 'em to the index PDQ.

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