Mmmmmmm, Turkey Dijon Tenders, a new Candied Yams recipe (you’ll have to wait for that one until next year), Roasted Asparagus, Cauliflower & Celeriac Puree, and Corn.  Best still, all make-ahead recipes with the Personal Chef Approachâ„¢, so no fuss and no mess for me today. I have to say, I enjoyed my turkey dinner so much this year that I may just heat to eat what is left tomorrow exactly as is….

The world tour of leftover turkey ideas

… but here is a re-run of a post I did last year that might give your some inspiration for recycling your leftover turkey (click on photo or link above). Meanwhile, I’m toying around with some ideas for a new cookie recipe, and trying to stick to my own advice about indulgence. Enjoy the rest of your holiday weekend!

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  • November 25, 2011
    7:32 pm

    Hope your holiday was a super one! I agree, there is a lot to be done with the leftovers and a repeat of the original meal is critical. You can just have the turkey with one or two of the sides instead of a taste of all of them. But the best part is when the dishes are done, the family is sitting all together and talking about previous holidays. Those are the precious days to remember. Hugs to you!

  • November 25, 2011
    8:14 pm

    Thank you Ruthee – did you cook or did someone cook for you?

  • November 26, 2011
    2:17 pm

    No turkey on my end, some soup, toast, tea. Don’t celebrate Thanksgiving, and try to avoid the build up to other holidays. Too much emotion surrounding holidays for me. Already feeling blue, this happens every year at this time. Not to worry, by mid February, I should be back to feeling like myself.