Monthly Archives: December 2009

Mushroom Stuffed Beef Tenderloin

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.

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Portabello Stroganoff

This works as a hearty meatless meal with a homey taste to it.

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Ham Asparagus Snack

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.

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Soy Braised Turkey w/ Turkey Rice

Another David Chang leftover turkey creation. It is tasty but in my opinion a bit too salty.

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Turkey Cracklings

A David Chang recipe from Food & Wine. For those who lament how rubbery leftover skin gets. Not for the health conscious.

 

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Rainbow leftover turkey soup

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.

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Mom’s Grapefruit and Fennel Salad

Mom made this refreshing salad for our Thanksgiving dinner.

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