Assuming the only bad dressing at this year's Turkey Day dinner will be your family's sweaters, three acclaimed ATL chefs've put together easy recipes so you can turn next-day plates of turkey and other goodness into upgraded edibles so legit, MC Hammer simply will not be able to quit, although he doesn’t have a job so it’s unclear what exactly that means.
Morning-After Hash From Ron Eyester, Rosebud/The Family Dog Using ingredients like pulled bird and slices of roasted (not mashed) sweet potatoes, plus two apples and hard apple cider, "The Angry Chef" has given you an "extremely versatile" next-day meal you can cook on your stove top, then run over to your buddy's mom's house to get actual Stove Top, because that stuff is irresistible and hey, you've got a schedule to keep.
The only people who hate hash are DEA agents, so print this thing out and have a dope Black Friday breakfast
Thanksgiving Flatbread From Evan Cordes, H. Harper Station Put a pizza-y spin on your pilgrim-meal remains by using surplus cran sauce in the place of the tomato kind, mashed potatoes and stuffing to create a crust, and for toppings, bite-sized pieces of the bird, whose own Thanksgiving was spent battling Michael Jordan for a cheeseburger in a H.O.R.S.E. contest.
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Turkey & Dumplings From Robert Gerstenecker, Park 75 In case you’re having a second party the next day, don’t mind eating the same thing for a week, or are Val Kilmer and pretty full, whip up an eight-serving batch of these small turkey-breaded baked balls complete with gravy.
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