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The best thing about Thanksgiving is the leftovers!  After spending hours of preparation on the perfect holiday meal to share with family and friends I get to reheat a second full T-day meal without the work – and it tastes delicious!    Three days later, I’ve had approximately three full Thanksgiving dinners, and a number of artfully crafted sandwiches and I’m turkey’d out.   Being the frugal person I am I can’t just throw out all the leftovers because I’m temporarily bored with the flavors and need to make space in the fridge.    But right about now I don’t want to eat turkey until next Thanksgiving!  Okay, I know that’s an exaggeration but my taste buds crave to be tempted.   A great way to shake up those leftovers is to add spices.  Some of my favorites are turkey chili, pita pizzas and turkey & veggie fajitas.   What’s your favorite recipe to spice up the holiday leftovers?
The best thing about Thanksgiving is the leftovers!  After spending hours of preparation on the perfect holiday meal to share with family and friends I get to reheat a second full T-day meal without the work – and it tastes delicious! 
 
Three days later, I’ve had approximately three full Thanksgiving dinners, and a number of artfully crafted sandwiches and I’m turkey’d out.
 
The best thing about Thanksgiving is the leftovers!  After spending hours of preparation on the perfect holiday meal to share with family and friends I get to reheat a second full T-day meal without the work – and it tastes delicious!    Three days later, I’ve had approximately three full Thanksgiving dinners, and a number of artfully crafted sandwiches and I’m turkey’d out.   Being the frugal person I am I can’t just throw out all the leftovers because I’m temporarily bored with the flavors and need to make space in the fridge.    But right about now I don’t want to eat turkey until next Thanksgiving!  Okay, I know that’s an exaggeration but my taste buds crave to be tempted.   A great way to shake up those leftovers is to add spices.  Some of my favorites are turkey chili, pita pizzas and turkey & veggie fajitas.   What’s your favorite recipe to spice up the holiday leftovers?
Being the frugal and creative person I am I can’t just throw out all the leftovers because I’m temporarily bored with the flavors and need to make space in the fridge. But right about now I don’t want to eat turkey until next Thanksgiving!  Okay, I know that’s an exaggeration but my taste buds crave to be tempted.
 
The best thing about Thanksgiving is the leftovers!  After spending hours of preparation on the perfect holiday meal to share with family and friends I get to reheat a second full T-day meal without the work – and it tastes delicious!    Three days later, I’ve had approximately three full Thanksgiving dinners, and a number of artfully crafted sandwiches and I’m turkey’d out.   Being the frugal person I am I can’t just throw out all the leftovers because I’m temporarily bored with the flavors and need to make space in the fridge.    But right about now I don’t want to eat turkey until next Thanksgiving!  Okay, I know that’s an exaggeration but my taste buds crave to be tempted.   A great way to shake up those leftovers is to add spices.  Some of my favorites are turkey chili, pita pizzas and turkey & veggie fajitas.   What’s your favorite recipe to spice up the holiday leftovers?
 
A great way to shake up those leftovers is to add spices.  Some of my favorites are turkey chili, pita pizzas and turkey & veggie fajitas.
 
  The best thing about Thanksgiving is the leftovers!  After spending hours of preparation on the perfect holiday meal to share with family and friends I get to reheat a second full T-day meal without the work – and it tastes delicious!    Three days later, I’ve had approximately three full Thanksgiving dinners, and a number of artfully crafted sandwiches and I’m turkey’d out.   Being the frugal person I am I can’t just throw out all the leftovers because I’m temporarily bored with the flavors and need to make space in the fridge.    But right about now I don’t want to eat turkey until next Thanksgiving!  Okay, I know that’s an exaggeration but my taste buds crave to be tempted.   A great way to shake up those leftovers is to add spices.  Some of my favorites are turkey chili, pita pizzas and turkey & veggie fajitas.   What’s your favorite recipe to spice up the holiday leftovers?
What’s your favorite recipe to spice up the holiday leftovers?
 
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Liz

Excellent ideas for holiday leftovers...we generally eat turkey till there's only a wee bit left, then I whip up turkey tetrazzini :)

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