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RoseRed135

What do you do w/ your Thanksgiving leftovers?

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Most people I know have some leftovers after T'giving. SnIL makes so much food, he usually has plenty to give us all to take home, and this year was no exception. Years ago, my MIL would make hot turkey sandwiches for lunch on the Saturday or Sunday following TG and serve some of the leftover sides, as well.

What do you and yours do w/ TG leftovers (or those from Christmas dinner or any other large holiday meal)? Perhaps you even have some special recipes you make w/ them?

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Hot Brown was always a favorite in my house. My kids loved it. I always made the traditional one from the Brown Hotel.

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Turkey Hash Patties

Saute small dice -  carrot, celery, onion (I also use red pepper) in frying pan; After sauted, in mixing bowl, add 3 cups (12 oz) of cooked turkey, 2 cups of mashed potatoes, 1 large egg, lightly beaten, 1/4 all purpose flour, salt, pepper, parsley, etc.  Form into six patties (2/3 cp. each) and place in frying pan with remaining oil, 8 minutes each side.

Great way to use up the turkey and mashed.  I really enjoy these.

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Pie for Friday morning breakfast! Since I had dinner at DS yesterday I opted to not bring leftovers home....however, since I made lemon tarts for the dinner (huge hit, BTW) I have leftover crust ready to roll out. I may make small pies today just to have...they freeze well....two bite goodies.

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Snack on turkey and left overs all day Friday. Pie for breakfast with left over corn muffins and cranberry bread. 
Left overs after Friday go into a soup or stew.

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