Soup pot. Just boil them until the meat fall off then pull the bones and tendons out. The same with the wings and back or what ever else you have after you breast them out. Throw in some diced carrots, celery, onions, and what ever else you like in a good soup. Then a few minutes before you are ready to serve it throw in some noodles. Then serve it once the noodles are cookedWhat do you guys do with the legs? I have never really found an appetizing way to cook the legs.
I do, however, smoke my turkey breasts and they have turned out amazing.
That sounds like a great ideaI de-bone the entire bird, every scrap of meat, and grind it with bacon. I usually do 90% turkey to 10% bacon mix. Wal-Mart sells packages of "bacon ends and pieces" that works great. I am convinced there isn't a better way to cook wild turkey. We use it for breakfast sausage, burgers, sliders, wraps, etc... whatever it's just dang good. Since I started doing this I have gotten a lot more encouragement from my wife to go turkey hunting. She is even getting in the game now. We can't get enough of it.