It's the beginning of October and I have a lot of chicken stock that needs to be made into soup. Mother nature is not cooperating. We flicked on the air conditioner and made soup anyway. I was trying to clean out the fridge of many things. As the soup base, I threw in the rest of our Chicken A La King for creaminess. I figured that it doesn't really go bad since it's mostly just cream of chicken soup. That was my hope anyway. I'm alive to write this post so it wasn't toxic. I also added the left over chicken from our Chicken Rice and also plain white rice from Chicken Katsu night. As the fresh element, I made turkey meatballs using ground turkey and turkey sausage. The turkey sausage didn't smell like much so I added pepper, garlic and onion powder, ground cumin, dried marjoram, and a dash of cayenne pepper. The meatballs turned out really well. I was able to make 56 meatballs out of the two pound mixture. I just use a cookie scoop to get the uniform size. Because I make my meatballs small, I don't add breadcrumbs or egg to bind them. If I was going to make larger ones, I would so that they hold together. These are so tiny that the seem to hold together on their own. I used about 30 of these for our soup and reserved the rest for later on in the week.