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We'll spare you the advice on what to cook for Thanksgiving. Every book, TV show, and magazine in America is telling you how to make the BEST TURKEY EVER. Fine. Besides, by now you've no doubt shopped for Thanksgiving and know exactly what you'll be cooking (or having cooked for you) on Thursday but have you given any thought to what you'll be eating on Friday? Call us crazy, but we've never been big fans of the leftover sandwich. It just seems so ... pedestrian. That's why we asked our favorite chefs around the country what they'll be doing with their leftovers. And they came through for us! Things like cranberry sangria, super-simple turkey-and-biscuit cobbler, Japanese mashed-potato soup, duck-fat turkey hash: We fully plan on stealing all of these ideas and wholeheartedly encourage you to do the same. Read on for all of the recs!
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I think the stuffing benedict sounds the best.
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I guess I must be "pedestrian"- I love turkey sandwiches.
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I guess I must be "pedestrian"- I love turkey sandwiches.
You'll never be a foodie with that attitude!!
I like them too, I like to make turkey salad, then eat it on toast with cranberry sauce and yams on top of it. It's a mush sandwich!
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You'll never be a foodie with that attitude!!
I like them too, I like to make turkey salad, then eat it on toast with cranberry sauce and yams on top of it. It's a mush sandwich!
That sounds good!

To be honest with you, turkey is one of those things that I only eat during the holiday season as a rule. I much prefer his brother, the chicken.
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Default Re: Thanksgiving Leftovers: What Would Chefs Do?

GLOP.

Take a casserole dish and spray it with non-stick os some form of stuff to keep things from sticking.
Put the potatoes in the bottom.
Put the green bean casserole on top of the potatoes along with any other veggies.
Put the turkey on top of the veggies, again, along with any other meat.
Pour the gravy over the top of every thing.
Stick it in the oven until heated through.
Serve on papaer plates with plastic sppons and glasses and tell your family that if they dirty so much as one dish, you'll gut them and roast them for tomorrow's dinner.
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I love a good turkey sandwich. Two slices of white bread, sliced turkey, dark meat preferred layered with stuffing and potatoes, cover with hot turkey gravy. Cranberries on the side with a nice cold glass of Coke. Now that's living!
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My turkey sandwich.
Sourdough bread, turkey, brie, cranberry sauce, lettuce.
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