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    Karen Bergreen

    I love shredded food. I usually put a few chopped shallots in a pan with some olive oil. Then I shred the turkey and brown it –i add whatever vegetables I prepared–shredded of course. If the kids aren’t eating it, I top with crushed red pepper.


    Karen, never knew you were such an inventive cook!


    We cut everything into smaller pieces and as a family made a nice large casserole. 🙂

    Lori C

    I like to keep it simple. Turkey sandwiches with mayo and warm pumpkin pie with whipped topping.


    Turkey sandwiches and with the leftover roast and vegetables my wife made stew


    Chicken salad. We always have left overs. I use the leftover celery, cranberries and chicken and make a wonderful chicken salad. We have a large family so we usually have chicken, turkey and ham (not everyone likes turkey)


    This year I bought some cranberries and made fresh juice with them, then with the juiced cranberries I made cranberry relish and with the left overs I made potpourri.


    since it has also gotten a little colder here over the weekend. I am going to make chili with my left over pinto beans

    Melissa Lawrence

    How did the chili turn out?


    too spicy for me this time, but my husband loved it! My son and husband love spicy foods (we go through a bottle of tabisco sauce a week) I am going to freeze the left over chilli and serve it again


    One of my favorites is buttery Grands biscuits – put them in large muffin cups and cover with chunks of turkey, cranberry sauce, gravy, whatever you like. Then bake and enjoy a Thanksgiving Biscuit!

    Melissa Lawrence

    Meg, where do you get those biscuits? That sounds really yummy!


    My family and I are vegitarian; however we still celebrate and look forward to thanksgiving left overs! We love to make left over sandwiches for lunch the next day with brea, a little mayo, some tofurky, cranberry sauce, and a scoop of stuffing yum. We also make, tofurky noodle soup! I love thanksgiving and trying new recipes! Love box sounds great, hope to try it soon:-)

    Melissa Lawrence

    that sandwich sounds really good!


    I love making a turkey salad the day after thanksgiving…..lettuce, cucumber, tomatoes, peppers all diced up…..add some cut up pieces of turkey, a little mayo, salt and pepper and you have a great salad. Add any other fresh veggies you might like as well.