We know you’ve got Thanksgiving dinner down pat, but what about the morning after? Turn T-Day leftovers into a delicious brunch, pleasing lingering house guests and extending the fruits of your labor. While others are freezing in line for a half priced toaster, you’ll be tucking into a holiday-worthy feast. Boom.
Turkey replaces corned beef in this healthy twist on a delish hash, perfect for large or small groups (and for large or small hangovers.)
From Sara Moulton of FoodNetwork.com
Just when you thought a good thing couldn’t get any better, someone goes and fries it. Be still my beating heart.
From Taste of Home
I first these muffins in July, just cause they sounded so delicious. And they were. Being mid-summer, I popped open a can of cranberry sauce and added that instead of the real stuff, but no one complained. Their mouths were too full. The moistness of these is unrivalled, and like most baked goods, they freeze beautifully.
From Food and Style
Ok, so you might not have leftover pears and pear juice… But it’s worth stocking up pre-Thanksgiving so you can pretend you’re just cleaning out the fridge. Really we should all start every day with one of these, but since we’re responsible, mature citizens, we’ll limit ourselves to special occasions.