Roll 'Bama Roll
I really enjoyed Ben’s weekly forays into tailgating and Alabama Football. Thanks, Ben, for all the time you put into it and the knowledge you shared. Talking food and football are probably my two favorite things, and I’ll miss your insights into both. With a little encouragement from my wife, I’m going to give this now-empty space a whirl.
The Thanksgiving dishes have been washed and put away, and the refrigerator is stuffed with mountains of leftover turkey, just waiting to be turned into sandwiches. For many people, Thanksgiving leftovers are as highly anticipated as the big holiday meal itself. After all, making sandwiches with leftover turkey and dollops of cranberry sauce is practically a Black Friday ritual. But once you’ve done that, you need creative ways for using up the leftover mashed potatoes, stuffing and more.
Instructions: In a soup pot or Dutch oven, heat butter over medium-high heat. Add carrots, celery and onion and cook, stirring, until tender, about 5 to 7 minutes. Add flour and stir until fully mixed; cook off flour, about 1 minute. Add broth and bring to a boil, stirring constantly. Cook 2 minutes longer as the mixture begins to thicken. Add remaining ingredients, reduce heat, and gently simmer, uncovered, about 20 minutes, stirring occasionally.
No matter how careful you are with regards to your Thanksgiving food shopping, you're bound to have at least some leftovers at the end of the night. And even if you don't plan on preparing a holiday meal yourself, there's a good chance your host will send you home with a doggy bag packed with turkey, stuffing, roast potatoes, and more.
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We’ve all learned more than we bargained for about how to celebrate the holidays during uncertain times. Last year, many of us cooked smaller Thanksgiving feasts and celebrated by Zoom. This year, with the proper precautions, we might see more real-life gatherings, and plates full of most — if not all — of the trimmings.
WGN Entertainment Reporter Dean Richards joined the folks at the Butterball Turkey Talk Line Wednesday for tips and recipes ahead of Thanksgiving. For more info, go to: www.butterball.com. For turkey questions, call 1-800-BUTTERBALL. Recipe: Stuffing Waffle Sandwich. Ingredients:. 1 package (16 ounces) turkey-flavored instant stuffing mix. 1 egg. 2 large...
Are you wondering what to do with your leftover Thanksgiving turkey? Yes, I know it’s as much of a tradition to make turkey soup or turkey sandwiches with your leftovers as it is to eat turkey on Thanksgiving. But why not try something new and make delicious Honey Lime Turkey Enchiladas?
1 leftover turkey carcass (from a 14-pound turkey) In a stockpot, place turkey carcass, water and broth. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat; cover and simmer 4-5 hours. Remove carcass from stock. Remove any meat; dice. Return to stock along with rice, onion, celery, carrots, bay leaf and poultry seasoning. Add remaining seasonings to taste. Cover, simmer over medium-low heat until rice is cooked. Discard bay leaf. Makes 12 servings (12 quarts).
This article is part of "Thanksgiving Your Way." From traditional to not at all, 2021 is an opportunity for carving out new traditions and resurrecting old ones. Though I lived most of my life in the Midwest, I didn't grow up on casseroles. However, my Illinois-born husband did. His childhood punctuated with quick ham bakes, easy cheesy pies, chicken rice supremes and taco casseroles more than made up for mine.
The best foods are healthy and comforting, and nothing fits that description better than a cozy bowl of soup. But while soup is a staple in many households, especially during the colder months, it isn't always very filling. (There's a reason soup is so often a starter!) That's why we've compiled this list of high-protein recipes. There's something here for everyone, whether you're vegan, keto, or have no limitations at all, or you prefer to make dinner in your Instant Pot, slow cooker, or over the stove. Meal prep a large batch to freeze and eat over weeks or months, or enjoy these recipes one satisfying bowl at a time. No matter how you slice it, it's going to be a warm and cozy winter.
If you’re feeling a little under the weather, bloated and sleepy today, you’re not alone. The toll a Thanksgiving meal takes on your body is real. After all, according to the Calorie Control Council, a typical Thanksgiving meal will cost you 3,000 calories. Add in another estimated 1,500 calories from snacking throughout the day, and you’re likely to walk away from Thanksgiving Day digesting about 4,500 calories.
Potpie just might be the quintessential cold-weather comfort food — and perhaps the all-time best use of leftover turkey. These all-in-one delights not only cover the need for a rich, creamy texture, but also satisfy with a buttery, flaky, carb-y finish. While the classic filling is a savory chicken mixture, potpies can be made with anything from veggies to meat, from seafood to even fruit. The toppings are also interchangeable and can be created from crispy potatoes, pie dough, puff pastry or biscuits. It's a perfect palette for customizing and any combination is sure to be delicious. These potpies — and potpie-inspired — recipes are a warming treat for any a chilly day or frosty night.
To make it feel like the holidays, all you need is a full dinner table. But after Thanksgiving dinner is over, we’re left scraping up the scraps, and stuffing the fridge to bursting. With these easy recipes, however, it’s easy to turn Thanksgiving leftovers into a full series of turkey-themed meals.
Pom Moongauklang is the owner of one of the city’s most frequented and beloved sandwich shops, keeper of what Real Radio 104.1′s Jim Colbert recently called “the O.G. Thanksgiving sandwich,” the Mama Ling Ling. It’s a handheld that is exactly what it promises to be, a Thanksgiving plate — turkey, stuffing, cranberry, more — pressed into a sandwich you can hold in your hand and served with a ...
Every year as the weather turns colder, I like to try a new soup recipe. This year I wanted something with the taste of mushrooms in a creamy sauce. I was looking for something that tasted great and had a warm and comfortable feel. What I found was Creamy Wild...