I have a love hate relationship with Aldi. I love love love their prices, and I hate that I can't pass up some of the deals!
As a result, I currently have 20 lbs of potatoes that I paid $3 for. 2 full celery bunches for 58c. 12 lbs of onions for $2. 8lbs of carrots for $2. And there's still a solid 8 lbs of sweet potatoes lurking after the sale I hit last week...
And, I just made my turkey yesterday, so I've got a day of cooking, assembling, and freezing tomorrow (turkey legs are already frozen, then I'm doing a batch of turkey soup (freezing without noodles to avoid soggilicious noodles!) and some straight up turkey in broth for future creativity (and to use up some of the 2 gallons of stock I've produced).
So, any ideas? I know I'll make a double batch of onion soup, since I've got so many onions it seems necessary!
Potatoes? can I freeze a batch of twice baked or will they come out yucky? I know these will keep in a cool, dark area well, but I'd still love some ideas.
The celery- I have no idea. it was a bogo deal, and I didn't realize DH had already bought a bunch. Worst case scenario I can thrown them on the dehydrator.