So it’s Monday, and you STILL have turkey leftovers (even after making the awesome Reuben posted below!!). Well, I have a delicious solution: turkey pot pie. I personally enjoy this meal more than actual Thanksgiving. Follow the easy (seriously, very easy – if I can make it, anyone can!) recipe listed here, and get ready to love your leftovers. When I don’t have any turkey just lying around, I go to the deli and ask for 1/2 pound hunk of turkey. It also works really nicely in this recipe. 1 med. onion 1/3 c. butter/margarine 1/2 c. flour 1 t…. Read More →
I believe Mom got this recipe from an episode of WQED Cooks. However this time, I used left over turkey in replace of corned beef. Great alternative to a hot turkey sandwich or any other leftover dish that resembles Thanksgiving. What I used:-Left over turkey, sliced-1 can sauerkraut-1 cup Thousand Island Dressing (or more if you like)-Swiss cheese slices-Pumpernickel bread, buttered on both sides and cubed In a casserole dish, layer sauerkraut, turkey, Thousand Island Dressing, Swiss cheese and cubed Pumpernickel bread. Bake at 350 degrees for about 30 minutes, until bread is toasty and you hear the casserole bubbling…. Read More →
Nothing says Thanksgiving like pumpkin pies!! I made two pies using the classic Libby’s recipe and I added a little something extra to one of them, a pecan crumble topping, which I placed on the pie half way through baking. Left, Libby’s Famous Pumpkin Pie recipeRight, Libby’s Famous Pumpkin Pie recipe with Pecan Crumble Topping from here
My friend Emily makes this dip for every holiday, party and/or friend get-together, usually by request of all of us hungry friends. It’s so good. The recipe is simple and can be found on the Knorr’s website here or on the back of the Knorr Vegetable recipe mix package. In my variation above, I did not include the water chestnuts or green onion. My dipping recommendations: Veggies, such as carrots, celery, green peppers. Baguette cut into small rounds Pumpernickel bagel cup up or bagel chips Pretzel crisps or regular pretzels Anything you hungry heart desires.
Yes. Almost. I’ve been on the hunt for dairy-free chocolate chips for some time now. Just when I thought I grabbed the right bag, I was mistaken. I purchased organic chocolate chips instead of dairy-free ones. Whoops. Next time I make this recipe, I will use carob chips instead. This recipe is from Taste of Home Healthy Cooking Magazine, Oct/Nov Issue. I was super excited I found this recipe because several times during the year, I have to eat non-dairy/meat. I know what you are thinking. Quote from My Big Fat Greek Wedding- What you mean he eat no meat?!… Read More →