With this slow braising method, tender turkey legs are a meal unto themselves, perfect for dark-meat lovers. The recipe comes from chef Bill Taibe, owner of LeFarm.Also try: Sweet Sausage, Sage, and Hazelnut-Stuffed Turkey Breast
You can make this turkey stock a day or two (or even several weeks) before Thanksgiving. That way, you can prepare your gravy a day early and have stock on hand for other dishes. It's a good idea to
preorder turkey parts from your butcher, but you can also use wings and drumsticks from the grocery store.
Serve up this lower-calorie version of turkey chili in baked corn tortilla cups for a fun presentation. Top with a dollop of low-fat Greek yogurt instead of sour cream. It's a game day dish that will score points with your friends and family.