As you all know, the wife and I are constantly growing, canning or killing something to eat. The last several years we hit Wal Mart the day after Christmas, as they usually have fresh turkey breast for .40-.50 cents a pound, which comes to $2 a breast. We got several this year, and boned off the breast, half will fill a quart jar, add water and a teaspoon full of salt, and pressure can at #11, for 90 minutes. I then took a huge stock pot and put the bones with some meat left on them into it with several quarts of water, and boiled for an hour, then let cool, filled quart freezer bags full of broth, for future use and froze. The resulting bird tastes like the finest chicken you have ever ate, the wife opened a can, cut the meat into small chunks, emptied the broth and a bag of broth out of the freezer into pot, dumped the chicken back in, and made drop dumplings for the best chicken/err, turkey and dumplings I have ever ate, and took about 20 minutes from start to finish. Figuring the half turkey breast at $1, some flour for the dumpling's, we had two meals for the two of us, for about .30 cents per person. Dirt cheap and great eats, in case some of you all wanted to try this. Also makes great fajitas, chicken soup, BBQ sandwiches and so on.