Monday, November 26, 2012

Thanksgiving Leftovers Day 3: Eat it, freeze it, or toss it.

Saturday I made turkey chili--which was mostly devoured. The turkey carcass is already frozen for  soup at some point in the future when turkey sounds like something fresh and fabulous. The stuffing didn't make it past day two.

Last night I made shepherd's pie which consumed the leftover stir-fried vegetables, gravy, and most of the mashed potatoes. I added apple sausage. It was delicious. And some of the birthday dessert cranberries were turned into cranberry sauce. Also delicious. 

The leftover sweet potatoes were transformed into a sweet potato coconut tart with an almond crust.

Crazy, crazy good.

I hope to return to my vegetarian and fresh juice ways in a day or two.


Ms. Moon said...

I'm drinking a smoothie as we speak. I'm wishing I was eating some eggs and bacon.
The madness must stop.

Elizabeth said...

I'm overwhelmingly impressed. And salivating --

Milky Tea said...

I JUST had breakfast of Malay nasi lemak (rice cooked in coconut milk, with boiled eggs, and anchovies and nuts cooked in sweet chilli paste) and THEN i also had a Chinese chakoy (an oily but lovely chinese pastry). But now I am hungry again after reading your posting. oh dear...