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    Default Re: What do you do with Thanksgiving leftovers?

    well, we didn't have all that much leftover!! we had a bit of white meat, lots of dark, some cranberries...

    yesterday i made some awesome turkey vegetable soup with dumplings. i boiled the water, chicken bullion, celrey and carrots, then added turkey and peeled white potatoes, sliced. simmered it at a low boil for an hour, then made dumplings which cooked in there for another 20 mins. the flour from the dumplings and the potatoes made a nice creamy soup base, as opposed to a broth. added some salt and pepper, and ta daa! meals for another 2-3 days.
    All this can be yours for only $19.95!

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    Default Re: What do you do with Thanksgiving leftovers?

    ^^Britlitgal that sounds ssoooo good right now. We are overcast, somewhat chilly and raining off and on. Im actually cooking my turkey now. I went over to my sister's and didnt have to cook a thing. YEAH !!!
    I was told about this excellent sandwich to make with leftovers
    Take some dressing form it into a patty and place on a skillet and also place some turkey in the same skillet to heat up, so basically you are cooking the "stuffing patty" like a hamburger you want to some what crispy on the outsides. So on a hoagie roll or really soft bread place the "patty", turkey and some cranberry sauce on the bread/roll and go to town. They called it a Thanksgiving sandwich.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moomies View Post
    Cilantro is most often used in salsa and other Mexican dishes. But I think it actually originated in China (also used in Chinese cuisine). It's a herb, kinda looks like parsely but lighter green and a little more leafy.

    It tastes like soap to me. Sorry

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    My husband feels the same way. I love it, tho.

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