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Mine is definitely turkey sandwiches look forward to the leftovers as much as the dinner itself
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Mine is definitely turkey sandwiches look forward to the leftovers as much as the dinner itself
With stuffing, fried turnips/mashed potatoes cranberry sauce and mayo WHEW
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Corn pudding and sweet potato pie yum.
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I finished off the stuffing last night.
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Originally Posted by Eastport205 View Post
With stuffing, fried turnips/mashed potatoes cranberry sauce and mayo WHEW
Whole cranberries I hope
Old 11-26-2016, 08:16 AM
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Originally Posted by Mine Now View Post
Mine is definitely turkey sandwiches look forward to the leftovers as much as the dinner itself
Same here, chopped turkey with lots of mayo, chopped celery lots of salt and pepper. Matter of fact I am going to fix one right now.
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Whole cranberries I hope
Is there another?
Old 11-26-2016, 08:40 AM
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A cornbread dressing and cranberry sauce sandwich.
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Just vacuum packed 3 meals for two people. turkey and dressing. still have enough for dinner tonight.
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Shoot. Now I'm hungry again . Time for another sandwich Some good football today.
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Is there another?
Absolutely...crandbury sauce in the can....All Day, every day! That real crandbury garbage tastes horrible!!!
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turkey sandwich using kings hawain rolls.
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I have never ever, ever, ever been disappointed with the left overs of
























































a fine bottle of Brandy, Scotch, Tequila, Rum, Sherry, Rye, Vodka, etc. Nope, never been disappointed, not once.
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Originally Posted by spraynet 1 View Post
Absolutely...crandbury sauce in the can....All Day, every day! That real crandbury garbage tastes horrible!!!
We call that canberry sauce.
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I usually look forward to the turkey sandwiches, but my sister bought this 25 lb organic fed turkey - to say it was tough and tasteless would be an understatement.
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Originally Posted by Garett View Post
I have never ever, ever, ever been disappointed with the left overs of
























































a fine bottle of Brandy, Scotch, Tequila, Rum, Sherry, Rye, Vodka, etc. Nope, never been disappointed, not once.

That explains a few things




























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all of them.

all of the leftovers.
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One idea we like with leftovers:

Buy the 2 pack frozen pie shells. While everything is still out and after dinner, fill up the pie shell with turkey and all the fixings, add gravy take other pie shell and use as lid. Wrap in aluminum foil and place in freezer.

After a month or whenever, reheat in oven! You now have another serving of that delicious Thanksgiving dinner you enjoyed so much.

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