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The Cookstr Weekly: Leftovers Galore

November 28, 2011

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This newsletter is filled with a variety of editorial features and links to Cookstr’s expert recipes by chefs and cookbook authors. You can access an archive of Cookstr newsletters here, and check out more featured recipes on our homepage.

As always, Cookstr recipes are tested, trusted, and handpicked by Cookstr’s editors from published cookbooks to help you on your culinary journey. To get you started, here are a selection of recipes on Cookstr by the chefs and cookbooks authors that made them famous.

Cook in good company.

 Turkey a la King by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner

Hardly before the last bite of pie is gobbled and the third helping of stuffing digested, eyes turn to the vast array of leftover turkey, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce and veggies awaiting their turn to be divvied up in doggie bags for guests, parceled into Tupperwares or ziplocked away in the freezer. While a classic turkey sandwich slathered with cold dressing, cranberry relish and mayonnaise can certainly hit the spot, the recipes below provide a wide range of ideas inventive enough to become the basis of a menu all their own. In the headnotes to this Turkey a la King recipe, the authors write that “this dish is a time-honored way of using turkey leftovers after a holiday meal. Good with steamed rice, mashed potatoes, or egg noodles.”

More Thanksgiving Leftover Recipes from Cookstr 

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Impress everyone at dinner with your adept knife skills after receiving the primer from Zwilling J.A. Henckels Complete Book of Knife Skills by Jeffrey Eliot and James P. DeWan, in a step-by-step slideshow on Cookstr.com

You’ll end up with a deftly disassembled turkey, 
ready to be plated for fans of light and dark meat alike. And, just as important for fans of the turkey soup that come later on, the remaining turkey will be in perfect shape to be used for the recipes listed above.

What Are You Thankful For?
 
“I’m thankful for a warm home and three meals a day.” – Sarah R.
  
“I am grateful for the abundance of all that flows through my life.” – Meredith L.
 
“I’m thankful for supportive family and friends to share the holiday with.” – Maria R.
 
“I’m grateful for Rick Rodgers’ Southern Corn Bread… I’ve already made four loaves this holiday!” – Bob G.
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