Favorite Thanksgiving Leftovers Recipes!

The dinner is over, the family is chatting, and now it is time to handle the clean-up and leftovers.  Be sure to save those turkey bones and make turkey broth for soup the next day or freeze the bones to make broth at a later date.  I always do this!

Please be safe and follow a few guidelines to keep your family safe when handling leftovers.  Remember – leftover foods are cooked foods that you or your family do not eat within 2 hours after they are cooked.  Please be safe and reduce the threat of food poisoning by following these guidelines for storing, reheating, and disposing of leftover foods.

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Turkey stock

Homemade Turkey Stock Recipe

Stove Top and Slow Cooker Method Do not throw out those leftover turkey bones – make Homemade Turkey Stock! My favorite thing to do the morning after Thanksgiving is to … Continued

Smoked Turkey Soup

Smoked Turkey Bean Soup with Kale Recipe

  Smoked Turkey Bean soup with Kale is a great use for leftover smoked turkey form Thanksgiving.  It has a rich and flavorful smell and taste.  Smoked Turkey Bean soup … Continued

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