This was the dramatic centerpiece dish served for Christmas Potluck. I based this fairly closely off of an ATK recipe. So good! Lots of steps, though.
Monthly Archives: December 2009
This works as a hearty meatless meal with a homey taste to it.
I’m back hardcore on WW (one-year anniversaries will do that to you) and this is a new snack I’m really loving right now.
Another David Chang leftover turkey creation. It is tasty but in my opinion a bit too salty.
A David Chang recipe from Food & Wine. For those who lament how rubbery leftover skin gets. Not for the health conscious.
The picture here doesn’t really do it justice, but I really was happy with the flavor and colorful nature of this turkey soup recipe (particularly given the fact that next-day turkey soups can be bland and uninteresting, both in taste and appearance). The secrets – Asian flavors and rainbow chard.
Mom made this refreshing salad for our Thanksgiving dinner.
I’ve combined Applejack with cider before, but this Cooking Light take on the combo was also reminiscent of hot buttered rum.
Man were these good. My mom bought truffle butter at the store and I decided to make it a last minute addition to our mashed potatoes. Originally I was going to use it in brussels sprouts but I think I made the right call.