Sunday Suppers: Leftover Magic Part #1

This week and next week’s Sunday Suppers will feature ways to use up Thanksgiving leftovers. Let’s get started with the turkey and ham.

Turkey Pasta with Artichokes and Marinated Tomatoes

As close as we get to premade food

As close as we get to premade food

Phyllo Pot Pies

That one wasn't supposed to look like a burrito

That one wasn’t supposed to look like a burrito

Turkey “Shepherd’s” Pie

I'm getting the oddest sense of potato deja vu

I’m getting the oddest sense of potato deja vu

Ham bone Soup

Beans are the magical fruit

Beans are the magical fruit

Stuffed Mushrooms with Ham and Cheddar

Just pop them in your mouth

Just pop them in your mouth

And our absolute all-time favorite:

Turkey Tetrazzini

Leftover turkey is so great until the second week

Leftover turkey is so great until the second week

Still itching for more ideas? Take a look at last year’s roundup.

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This blog attempts to collect some of the things I try to create with food and booze. Sometimes I succeed and sometimes I fail. My hope is to entertain and maybe help people think a little harder about what they decide to eat and drink.
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6 Responses to Sunday Suppers: Leftover Magic Part #1

  1. A_Boleyn says:

    Everything looks great especially the stuffed mushrooms which I’ve never made so I’m particularly interested in giving them a try and the turkey tetrazzini cause I really like toasted bread crumbs. :)

  2. egg me on says:

    Seriously, this year I’m finally going to make turkey tetrazzini. It looks so good. They all so good, actually.

  3. As always, you have wonderful ideas… Love those mushrooms especially!

  4. Cecile says:

    I never get sick of turkey or chicken tetrazzini or turkey sandwiches – maybe because I never have tons of leftover turkey…. Great ideas – already pinned them & I know my friends will appreciate this post !

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