I don’t know about you, but for me there is no such thing as too much Thanksgiving dinner deliciousness. The turkey, the cranberry sauce, the mashed potatoes, the stuffing…happy sigh. And for a while, you can make those delicious leftovers last with things like Thanksgiving casserole and the classic Thanksgiving leftovers sandwich, and one of my new faves, Thanksgiving fried rice. But sooner or later the actual leftover turkey is going to run out (sob!), which is when I break out this recipe for turkey cheeseburgers with cranberry sauce. Because Thanksgiving isn’t over until I say it’s over! So there! Let’s make it!
It’s not even Thanksgiving and I am already dreaming sweet dreams of the potential leftovers. And while I am always up for a perfect Thanksgiving leftovers sandwich, once I get that out of my system this is my next favorite way to use up any remaining turkey, veggies and gravy, along with some freshly cooked rice. Say hello to Thanksgiving fried rice, which just might be your new favorite leftovers recipe. Make sure you get your fair share of those leftovers and let’s make it!
This easy recipe for pasta with mozzarella and turkey meatballs is a fun spin on the classic spaghetti with meatballs, and has the extra added advantage of coming together in about 20 minutes for those busy weekday nights when you know you should make dinner, but you don’t want to, but you should. If you can hang in there for those twenty minutes, you will be rewarded with a nice warm bowl of pasta with cute little meatballs, sweet cherry tomatoes and melty mozzarella, and if that isn’t incentive for spending those twenty minutes in the kitchen I don’t know what is. Let’s make it!
I know, I know, it’s not even The Day and I’m already dreaming about the leftovers. And by leftovers, I mean this perfect, perfect Thanksgiving sandwich…thick slices of leftover turkey nestled between generous spoonfuls of stuffing and cranberry sauce, with a nice puddle of gravy. All served up on a soft roll, and now you are dreaming about leftovers too, right? And while it might not seem like a recipe is needed for a turkey sandwich, in my experience it’s all about how you put it together.
So, once the turkey is carved and the mashed potatoes are eaten and the pumpkin pie is sliced and you are once again hungry even though you swore you would never be hungry again, come on back to Framed Cooks and let’s make it!
This recipe for Monte Cristo salad is one of the ways I ease myself from the lazy hazy days of summer into the shorter crisper days of fall. It’s got all the scrumptious comfort food elements of my favorite grilled cheese sandwich…the ham and turkey, the Swiss cheese, the sweet taste of French toast…but inRead More & Get the Recipe
Tis the season when yes, even I venture into the deep waters of Putting My Bathing Suit On. Which pretty much means I put it on and head for the deep water where I am visible from the neck up, and the rest of me is a vague watery blur…or so I hope, anyway! And one of the things that keeps me bathing suit pretty-much-ready is the fact that every few summer burgers or so, I trade in my usual beloved cheeseburger for this slim and trim turkey lettuce burger. I’m talking ground turkey spiced up with sea salt and fresh ground pepper and a little cumin, grilled until it has a nice char on it, anointed with all the fixings and served not on a bun but between two pieces of crunchy lettuce. Let’s make it!