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Photo taken from a Family Circle magazine circa 1959. I hope you have a picture perfect Thanksgiving, although I don’t know who would serve a half of a roasted onion to their guests!
I’m always looking for new ways to use up the leftover turkey from our holiday meal. I’ve made crepes, tetrazzini, and large vats of soup – but a pot pie felt like the ticket since I had an excess of … Continue reading
The turkey is brining, one pie down, The Boy’s corn custard casserole is in the oven. Now for the second pie and to make the dressing, it’s been a busy day in our house – I love Thanksgiving!
Turkey Stroganoff is a meal you can make in less than 30 minutes, using up leftover turkey from your holiday dinner. After all the time spent in the kitchen over the holidays, it’s nice to have an option you can … Continue reading
Not my finest culinary photo, but a delicious dinner you can throw together on the fly using leftover chicken or turkey. Unlike most tamale pies, the cornbread is on the bottom and topped with chicken and cheddar cheese. Serve with … Continue reading
The great thing about roasting a turkey are the leftovers. In our house, after the open face sandwiches, crêpes, and a pan of tetrazzini, there’s soup! Nothing’s better on a chilly Sunday afternoon than the smell of a simmering pot of … Continue reading
Faced with a lot of leftover turkey from Christmas dinner – I decided to forgo making crêpes and turn my attention to the one dish beauty of a casserole. Turkey tetrazzini is simple to make, and it calls for ingredients that you pretty … Continue reading