Thanksgiving Leftovers in One Perfect Dish
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This is a rerun from last year. And, it’s not because I’m lazy. I went into the kitchen this morning and prepared two Thanksgiving leftover dishes that I think are divine and creative.
But, not as cute as this and not as easy as this, although Mr. Spinach Tiger probably wishes I would have done something differently this morning because I wouldn’t let him eat anything until I was satisfied with the pictures. He is eating with gusto, as I type, proof of the goodness of leftover cleverness. He is so patient because he helped me prop and shoot today, and I wouldn’t let him take one bite. He promptly cooperated because he knows the hand that feeds him and we opened wine for lunch. I know what I need to do when I need to do it.
But, those posts are for tomorrow. I pulled this from the archives with a different picture because it’s my all time favorite leftovers Thanksgiving dish. It gives the cook a break, and it captures all the flavors of yesterday with a whimsical twist.
Mix your stuffing, turkey, (can get rid of dark meat here), mashed potatoes, shredded brussels sprouts, corn and if possible, some freshly sauteed celery and onion. There is a recipe here, but you can create your own.
Have a great day with family and cash registers. I hope you get all the bargains you are looking for. Come back tomorrow and see what other kinds of leftovers you can do. Hint: get yourself some fresh brussels sprouts and save some mashed potatoes.
Tell me, do you go for the mad Black Friday rush or do you stay home avoiding the crowds?
LOVE the turkeys 😀
I love that topping with cute turkeys!
So prettily decorated! A great and savory way of using leftovers.
I have never seen a crust so cute. We don’t have Black Fridays in Canada.