Wild turkey legs are composed of drumsticks and thighs. I’d recommend saving the juicy thighs to use as a main course in a fancy meal for two. You’ll end up with a decent amount of meat from the drummies, but you’ll get the best bang for your bird if you use that tasty flesh to complement a larger dish such as flatbread. You can’t go wrong with flatbread as a dinner entree served with sides, or as a finger-food party appetizer. It reheats nicely to make your buddies jealous at lunch, too.