We've been eating a lot of turkey lately. I've made quite a few turkey burgers and haven't quite mastered it yet. They always turn out on the dry side without a lot of flavor. These turned out pretty yummy because of the pesto I added to the meat before cooking and the feta, spinach, tomato and onions added afterward. They aren't the greasy burgers that we love to eat (and suffer from later), but I guess if we are going to choose to eat healthy, then these will have to do.
The fries are made from butternut squash. I parboiled them first for about 3 minutes. Then I took them out and dried them off with some paper towels and then tossed them with some olive oil and a spicy herb mixture. Next, I spread them out in a single layer on a baking sheet and cooked them at 450 degrees until they got a little charred and crispy.
My son saw me as I was cutting up the squash and I told him what I was doing. This was his quote: "I have never been so unexcited to have french fries!" He ended up loving them and swore they were sweet potato fries. VICTORY!