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Old 11-27-2015, 07:54 PM   #11
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Ha! Leftover Thanksgiving goodies, of course. Even though we didn't cook this year, Glenn's oldest daughter hosted the feast/fest, so we were still loaded up with tons of yummy leftover treats. It was all sooooo good and tasted just as good today as it did yesterday.

Best of all, there could still be two more days of delicious food. I might not have to cook until Monday. Wow!! By then I'm pretty sure we'll be ready for beast. Usually are after a marathon of turkey, etc.
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Old 11-27-2015, 08:35 PM   #12
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We're eating leftovers today. And then tomorrow we'll be eating leftover leftovers. By Sunday I had better come up with something non-leftover-y that will use up the last of the leftover-leftover turkey.

No complaints, mind you. Just very thankful that we HAVE so much food that it can serve us...perhaps in perpetuity.
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Old 11-27-2015, 09:21 PM   #13
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Thanksgiving leftovers! I love 😍 Thanksgiving leftovers! ☺

Tomorrow I will repurpose them.
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Old 11-27-2015, 09:45 PM   #14
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Once again, Serious Eats has a great idea. They list 20 different recipes to use up the last of your T-Day leftovers. I'm eyeing a couple of them now for use tomorrow. Maybe I'll waffle up the last of the stuffing and use that as the base for a Kentucky Hot Brown? Who knows!

Leftovers Are the Best Part: 20 Recipes for the Day After Thanksgiving
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Old 11-27-2015, 09:56 PM   #15
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The SousChef found a marked down flank steak at the market today and he actually got the butcher to run it once through the tenderizer. I was impressed that the butcher actually went out of his way to do that for him. In my experience, service in super meatmarkets is rare these days.

Anyway it's been years since I laid my hands on a wonderful flank steak. I've yet to decide how to cook it. Open for suggestions....
I ended up broiling the flank steak to med. rare, rested and sliced thin and spread the top with a compound butter of blue cheese and finely minced shallots.
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Well the Chimichanga didn't work out. I needed a thicker filling.
So we had filling and flour tortillas. The tortillas were homemade.
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