Tag Archives: Thanksgiving leftovers

Thanksgiving Roundup

Over the years of this blog’s existence, we’ve put out plenty of recipes for Thanksgiving leftovers, but not too many for Thanksgiving dinner itself.  The rationale for this was simple:  most of you really don’t want to mess with Thanksgiving … Continue reading

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How identical are individual bottles of the same wine?

You may have guessed by now that I love reading cookbooks and watching cooking shows.  Learning from others’ experiences is always a treat for me.  But the one thing I have to say that’s missing from nearly all of them … Continue reading

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In Season/On Special: Leftover Stuffing

Everyone has a zillion ideas about what to do with the leftover turkey – but what about the stuffing?  Chances are there is a container or two hanging out in your freezer still.  But beyond using it on sandwiches or … Continue reading

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A French-American Thanksgiving Leftover Mash-up

Ah, the detritus of Thanksgiving – the carcasses, the mess, the clash of traditions – and that’s just the guest dynamics!  Then there are the food leftovers. To some, the leftovers look just as good as the meal.  I’m not one … Continue reading

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