Sunday, November 1, 2009

November Pantry Party--Thanksgiving Leftovers

A couple of weeks ago I participated in a "pantry party" hosted by The Thrifty Countrywoman, of recipes made with ingredients we commonly have on hand in our pantry.

This month's theme is using up our Thanksgiving leftovers.

As I did on my breakfast post, I'm recycling a couple of older posts that fit the theme.

First up is "The Best Thing to Do With Leftover Turkey"...

...and next is not exactly for leftovers, but it's a Cranberry Relish that's so good, and so good for you, that you'll want to just eat up the leftovers yourself.

My apologies for the lack of "new and different" posts lately; I finally got some new batteries for my camera so I should be back on track with something new and yummy later this week.

Until then, good cooking, and good eating!


  1. That was some good ideas -I try my best this time to remember to make the stock.

  2. Charlene

    That is a very interesting cranberry relish recipe. I never would have thought to add the cayenne pepper! I always make stock from the turkey carcass too. We add a capful of vinegar to the water. It leaches the calcium out of the bones.


  3. That's a good idea about the adding the vinegar--I thought I had read about doing that, but wasn't sure, but I read of it again this week, and your comment is the clincher-I'll definitely add a spash of vinegar next time I do this, whether with turkey or chicken.