A quick and easy lunch for two. You can throw this together in 10 minutes if you step lively--plenty of time to get back to the game for the second half kick- or tip-off. (See our "How to roll up a wrap" article.)
Go beyond the B.L.T. with this great lunch idea. Turkey, mustard and apricot jam pull the traditional B.L.T. to a whole new level of awesomeness.
An easy lunch for two, these turkey sandwiches will fill you up and take just minutes to put together.
A classic dish dating to the 17th Century, when an English merchant discovered this traditional Sicilian wine. Provides sweet but complex flavor spooned over turkey breast.
Tender bites of turkey with the crunch you love, thanks to a cheese/bread crumb crust.
A simple and quick way to prepare turkey cutlets, terrific in summer when sweet onions are in season. (You can use yellow onions too, but it's not quite the same.)
Well, of course wine and bacon go together! What doesn't go with bacon? (Or wine, for that matter.) Here, the dynamic duo pair up to flavor turkey breast.
I just created this one because my boyfriend was taking a vacation at his dad's. It takes him 5-6 hrs to drive there, we had to use the stuff he still had at home and had to make something he could eat in the car while having a stop at the freeway.
Need lunch now? Whether you're hungry now or just need to whip something up for later, these simple wraps take just minutes to finish. Bring the ingredients to work and make this easy wrap there--you don't need a stove or a microwave. (Although if you do heat up the turkey a bit, it sure won't hurt.)