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  • 01
    Ensure that people at your Turkey Day table next year won't be able to boringly list "health" as what they're thankful for by continuously serving them these crazy leftover concoctions, dreamt up by some rad Minneapolitan chefs.

    Matty O'Reilly's Turkey Tacos Owner, Aster Cafe The dude behind the Aster suggests a build-your-own turkey taco bar with fixins like squash, corn, yams, and/or whatever else you've got 'illin, plus a salsa spiked with beans and cranberries that "came to him in a dream" -- if you get nervous when making it, just pretend you can see everyone else's taco.

    See how O'Reilly would align his ultimate taco bar, here

    Alex Chase's Stuffing Fried Rice Executive Chef, Masu Sushi and Robata Chase would have you stir-fry day-old rice with stuffing, diced ham, scrambled eggs, and soy & fish sauces, assuming that after your big Thanksgiving meal, you even feel up to woking. Don't be intimidated by the fish sauce, dude, the actual recipe's not that complex

    Mike DeCamp's Turkey & Mixed Nut Salad w/ Cranberry Vinaigrette Chef de Cuisine, La Belle Vie This salad's got it all, fatness included: shredded turkey, simple croutons made from stuffing, and dressing from canned cranberries. Finally learn how to make salad dressing using surprisingly few ingredients

    Destiny Buron's I Miss Cheese Thanksgiving Leftover Pie Owner, Home Street Home Truck Buron's delightfully easy post-Turkey Day killer essentially mixes two cans of cream of celery soup with everything else you've got left over and a cup & a half of cheddar, producing the cheesiest thing your table's seen since...last night, when every single person around it said they were thankful for health.

    Follow her steps to make the heavy cream-based soup component, or use some canned ish if you're lazy
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      Ensure that people at your Turkey Day table next year won't be able to boringly list "health" as what they're thankful for by continuously serving them these crazy leftover concoctions, dreamt up by some rad Minneapolitan chefs.

      Matty O'Reilly's Turkey Tacos Owner, Aster Cafe The dude behind the Aster suggests a build-your-own turkey taco bar with fixins like squash, corn, yams, and/or whatever else you've got 'illin, plus a salsa spiked with beans and cranberries that "came to him in a dream" -- if you get nervous when making it, just pretend you can see everyone else's taco.

      See how O'Reilly would align his ultimate taco bar, here

      Alex Chase's Stuffing Fried Rice Executive Chef, Masu Sushi and Robata Chase would have you stir-fry day-old rice with stuffing, diced ham, scrambled eggs, and soy & fish sauces, assuming that after your big Thanksgiving meal, you even feel up to woking. Don't be intimidated by the fish sauce, dude, the actual recipe's not that complex

      Mike DeCamp's Turkey & Mixed Nut Salad w/ Cranberry Vinaigrette Chef de Cuisine, La Belle Vie This salad's got it all, fatness included: shredded turkey, simple croutons made from stuffing, and dressing from canned cranberries. Finally learn how to make salad dressing using surprisingly few ingredients

      Destiny Buron's I Miss Cheese Thanksgiving Leftover Pie Owner, Home Street Home Truck Buron's delightfully easy post-Turkey Day killer essentially mixes two cans of cream of celery soup with everything else you've got left over and a cup & a half of cheddar, producing the cheesiest thing your table's seen since...last night, when every single person around it said they were thankful for health.

      Follow her steps to make the heavy cream-based soup component, or use some canned ish if you're lazy
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  • 02
    You can only make so many turkey sandos before polishing off the remains of your feast becomes as tedious as watching your Mom making it, so next-level your next-day grub by printing these amazing recipes from top-notch local chefs.

    Potato Gatto Cathy Whims, Nostrana While the thing the Italians are most thankful for now is that they aren't Greeks, you can be thankful the Beard-nominated chef behind SE Portland's go-to Boot-food joint has leveraged her Italian knowledge to bring you this easy, cheesy, meaty, masher-based savory "cake".

    Hit the recipe and believe that potatoes could ride Vespas

    Leftover Turkey Buffins Alex Neely, Cooking For A**holes Blog Taking some time off from teaching cooking skills to a popular way to trap donkeys, Neely hooked up these ridiculously simple, whacked-out T-Day biscuits/ muffins, which’re as awesome as you'd expect from the most hilariously abrasive dude in culinary education (suck it, Ramsay).

    You'll have a "buffin" top after clicking the link and making these

    Fried Thanksgiving Dinner Gregory Gourdet, Departure While PDX's only rooftop bar is known for Asian cuisine, downtown hotties, and an interior by the dude who did Optimus Prime's summer home, the kitchen is helmed by a guy whose love of marathoning is only matched by his love of frying stuff; in this case, your leftovers.

    Make these fried leftover patties and add them to the sandwich of your dreams

    Red Eye Cocktail Ryan Bleibtrey, The Original The cats from Downtown's Dinerant combined everyone’s favorite part of Thanksgiving not called “when aunt Julie has too much port and starts talking about how she had sex on the couches we’re sitting on” (gravy) with booze and bacon to make the best morning-after cure ever.

    Make it right now, decide for yourself if you tell your friends it has gravy in it
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      You can only make so many turkey sandos before polishing off the remains of your feast becomes as tedious as watching your Mom making it, so next-level your next-day grub by printing these amazing recipes from top-notch local chefs.

      Potato Gatto Cathy Whims, Nostrana While the thing the Italians are most thankful for now is that they aren't Greeks, you can be thankful the Beard-nominated chef behind SE Portland's go-to Boot-food joint has leveraged her Italian knowledge to bring you this easy, cheesy, meaty, masher-based savory "cake".

      Hit the recipe and believe that potatoes could ride Vespas

      Leftover Turkey Buffins Alex Neely, Cooking For A**holes Blog Taking some time off from teaching cooking skills to a popular way to trap donkeys, Neely hooked up these ridiculously simple, whacked-out T-Day biscuits/ muffins, which’re as awesome as you'd expect from the most hilariously abrasive dude in culinary education (suck it, Ramsay).

      You'll have a "buffin" top after clicking the link and making these

      Fried Thanksgiving Dinner Gregory Gourdet, Departure While PDX's only rooftop bar is known for Asian cuisine, downtown hotties, and an interior by the dude who did Optimus Prime's summer home, the kitchen is helmed by a guy whose love of marathoning is only matched by his love of frying stuff; in this case, your leftovers.

      Make these fried leftover patties and add them to the sandwich of your dreams

      Red Eye Cocktail Ryan Bleibtrey, The Original The cats from Downtown's Dinerant combined everyone’s favorite part of Thanksgiving not called “when aunt Julie has too much port and starts talking about how she had sex on the couches we’re sitting on” (gravy) with booze and bacon to make the best morning-after cure ever.

      Make it right now, decide for yourself if you tell your friends it has gravy in it
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  • 03
    Because hearing about what other people are thankful for isn't the only way that Thanksgiving can get boring, we asked some of Denver's best to give us recipes for spicing up this year's leftovers.

    PTFSD (Post-Traumatic Family Stress Disorder) Thanksgiving Breakfast From Justin Cucci & Daniel Asher, Linger & Root Down Fittingly, the chefs behind the Highland hotspot in a former mortuary have provided the perfect way to reawaken your spirit after having it crushed by your disapproving family, shaping leftover stuffing, fried egg, jalapeno, and pine nuts into a delicious patty. Symptoms of PTFSD disappear after eating this, so check the recipe

    Curried Turkey Salad From Paul Reilly, Encore on Colfax Despite other countries' reluctance to adopt our awesome holiday (oh really New Zealand? You don't also enjoy maize?), the Colfax pros want you to give your turkey leftovers a distinct international flava with madras curry powder, scallions, and toasted almonds, then throw it between some bread or mix it into a salad. Curry up favor with your stomach by making this bad boy

    The Gobbler From Jeff Russell, District Meats The chef at LoDo's brand-new Charlie Palmer outpost District Meats (quick, someone call CBS and pitch a cop drama starring a DC detective named Jerry Meats!) would quite like you to create a new-school turkey sammie loaded with melty Camembert, stuffing, and cranberry relish.

    This'll get gobbled up in a second

    Indian Summer From Dave Mills, Mauka Tiki This mixture of Ron Matusalem Clasico Rum, cloves, and maple syrup was whipped up by a mixologist at the soon-to-open tropical drink paradise, and it can be served either hot or cold as an homage to CO's crazy temperature swings this year, which prove that the weather, unlike your family going around the table, can at least keep things interesting.

    Hot or cold, this'll be delicious
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      Because hearing about what other people are thankful for isn't the only way that Thanksgiving can get boring, we asked some of Denver's best to give us recipes for spicing up this year's leftovers.

      PTFSD (Post-Traumatic Family Stress Disorder) Thanksgiving Breakfast From Justin Cucci & Daniel Asher, Linger & Root Down Fittingly, the chefs behind the Highland hotspot in a former mortuary have provided the perfect way to reawaken your spirit after having it crushed by your disapproving family, shaping leftover stuffing, fried egg, jalapeno, and pine nuts into a delicious patty. Symptoms of PTFSD disappear after eating this, so check the recipe

      Curried Turkey Salad From Paul Reilly, Encore on Colfax Despite other countries' reluctance to adopt our awesome holiday (oh really New Zealand? You don't also enjoy maize?), the Colfax pros want you to give your turkey leftovers a distinct international flava with madras curry powder, scallions, and toasted almonds, then throw it between some bread or mix it into a salad. Curry up favor with your stomach by making this bad boy

      The Gobbler From Jeff Russell, District Meats The chef at LoDo's brand-new Charlie Palmer outpost District Meats (quick, someone call CBS and pitch a cop drama starring a DC detective named Jerry Meats!) would quite like you to create a new-school turkey sammie loaded with melty Camembert, stuffing, and cranberry relish.

      This'll get gobbled up in a second

      Indian Summer From Dave Mills, Mauka Tiki This mixture of Ron Matusalem Clasico Rum, cloves, and maple syrup was whipped up by a mixologist at the soon-to-open tropical drink paradise, and it can be served either hot or cold as an homage to CO's crazy temperature swings this year, which prove that the weather, unlike your family going around the table, can at least keep things interesting.

      Hot or cold, this'll be delicious
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  • 04
    Because the stuffing doesn't end on Thanksgiving, we asked some of DC's best chefs to tell us what to do with the leftovers.

    Grandma’s Carcass Soup Jeff Tunks, District Commons With a slightly misleading title, the man in charge of the Commons is passing down an actually not cannibalistic family recipe for a super simple soup using any turkey meat you've still got kicking around.

    Get the blessedly short step by step on how to make this right here

    Turkey Rillettes Spread Kyle Bailey, Birch & Barley For your fancy black tie leftovers party, Bailey suggests shredding some dark meat in a blender, mixing in warm pan juice/ roasted vegetables, and refrigerating overnight for a pate so delicious, you can serve it without anything else and still have guests exclaiming "look at that spread!".

    Christen your kitchen with this upscale creation

    Turkey Shepherd’s Pie John Critchley, Urbana Put KFC's Famous Bowls to shame with this Dupont chef's recipe, which would have you top cubed turkey with a gravy ragu and leftover whipped potatoes that're "baked until brown", but only because their girlfriend demanded they stay in the tanning bed until she was satisfied.

    Herd your guests towards deliciousness with this puppy

    Leftover Turkey Hash Brant Tesky, Acadiana Tesky reinvigorates T-day's "tasty morsels" by hitting ground turkey & diced veggies with runny poached eggs and a little gravy on top, which he asserts will bring back the turkey's "glamour", Turkey Glamour being a magazine with articles like "six things to cluck in bed that will make him gobble gobble!".

    This one's a keeper -- peep it here
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      Because the stuffing doesn't end on Thanksgiving, we asked some of DC's best chefs to tell us what to do with the leftovers.

      Grandma’s Carcass Soup Jeff Tunks, District Commons With a slightly misleading title, the man in charge of the Commons is passing down an actually not cannibalistic family recipe for a super simple soup using any turkey meat you've still got kicking around.

      Get the blessedly short step by step on how to make this right here

      Turkey Rillettes Spread Kyle Bailey, Birch & Barley For your fancy black tie leftovers party, Bailey suggests shredding some dark meat in a blender, mixing in warm pan juice/ roasted vegetables, and refrigerating overnight for a pate so delicious, you can serve it without anything else and still have guests exclaiming "look at that spread!".

      Christen your kitchen with this upscale creation

      Turkey Shepherd’s Pie John Critchley, Urbana Put KFC's Famous Bowls to shame with this Dupont chef's recipe, which would have you top cubed turkey with a gravy ragu and leftover whipped potatoes that're "baked until brown", but only because their girlfriend demanded they stay in the tanning bed until she was satisfied.

      Herd your guests towards deliciousness with this puppy

      Leftover Turkey Hash Brant Tesky, Acadiana Tesky reinvigorates T-day's "tasty morsels" by hitting ground turkey & diced veggies with runny poached eggs and a little gravy on top, which he asserts will bring back the turkey's "glamour", Turkey Glamour being a magazine with articles like "six things to cluck in bed that will make him gobble gobble!".

      This one's a keeper -- peep it here
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  • 05
    Mona from Who's the Boss should've taught you that old things can still be exciting. Oh, so exciting. Here, some of Dallas's top food & drink mavens give you ridiculously easy ways to turn boring old leftovers into something you'd totally do in the kitchen. Click the links for full recipes.

    Smoked Turkey Korean Salad From Joung Mo Koo, [rohst] Ease your rate of expansion by tossing together a leftover turkey salad spiced with a Korean mustard dressing made by mixing Dijon with honey, mayo, and lemon, though if Liz isn't wearing those Brooklyn Without Limits jeans you can get the requisite "pow" from chili powder. Korean mustard: there's surprisingly little to it, as you'll learn right here

    Thanksgiving Panini From Salvatore Gisellu, Urban Crust Turkey sandwiches are so pauvre (pov?). Instead scarf down a stuffing/gravy/craisin-jalapeno relish panini that doesn't require a panini press to make (an oven and a pan, and you're ready to get as round as...the pan). Don't be a peenini. Make this sandwich!

    Leftover Turkey Soup From Brian Luscher, The Grape Ham and turkey get hot and wet with butternut squash, corn, shiitakes, and wild rice. No, seriously, Condoleezza got down at Stanford.

    Probably she did, but who didn't? It was Stanford! Get down on this recipe here.

    Turkey Hash in Puff Pastry From Chef DAT, The Underground Chef This family recipe's actually a little challenging, but the need for extra ingredients and a bit more prep's mitigated by Chef DAT actually including "drink two glasses of bourbon" in the instructions -- providing 80-proof to everyone that you really do know how to cook.

    It's still really not that difficult. Hit DAT recipe like the aspiring amateur you are.

    Black Friday Margarita From Jason Kosmas, Marquee Grill & Bar If you still need more booze, try this tequila creation, Turkey Day'd up with cranberry sauce (not the jelly), then balanced out with honey syrup, lime juice, and OJ, a reminder to be thankful you're not in jail, or worse, playing for the Bills.

    It's so easy a Charles Mann could do it, and he played for the Redskins. Click here for the recipe.
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      Mona from Who's the Boss should've taught you that old things can still be exciting. Oh, so exciting. Here, some of Dallas's top food & drink mavens give you ridiculously easy ways to turn boring old leftovers into something you'd totally do in the kitchen. Click the links for full recipes.

      Smoked Turkey Korean Salad From Joung Mo Koo, [rohst] Ease your rate of expansion by tossing together a leftover turkey salad spiced with a Korean mustard dressing made by mixing Dijon with honey, mayo, and lemon, though if Liz isn't wearing those Brooklyn Without Limits jeans you can get the requisite "pow" from chili powder. Korean mustard: there's surprisingly little to it, as you'll learn right here

      Thanksgiving Panini From Salvatore Gisellu, Urban Crust Turkey sandwiches are so pauvre (pov?). Instead scarf down a stuffing/gravy/craisin-jalapeno relish panini that doesn't require a panini press to make (an oven and a pan, and you're ready to get as round as...the pan). Don't be a peenini. Make this sandwich!

      Leftover Turkey Soup From Brian Luscher, The Grape Ham and turkey get hot and wet with butternut squash, corn, shiitakes, and wild rice. No, seriously, Condoleezza got down at Stanford.

      Probably she did, but who didn't? It was Stanford! Get down on this recipe here.

      Turkey Hash in Puff Pastry From Chef DAT, The Underground Chef This family recipe's actually a little challenging, but the need for extra ingredients and a bit more prep's mitigated by Chef DAT actually including "drink two glasses of bourbon" in the instructions -- providing 80-proof to everyone that you really do know how to cook.

      It's still really not that difficult. Hit DAT recipe like the aspiring amateur you are.

      Black Friday Margarita From Jason Kosmas, Marquee Grill & Bar If you still need more booze, try this tequila creation, Turkey Day'd up with cranberry sauce (not the jelly), then balanced out with honey syrup, lime juice, and OJ, a reminder to be thankful you're not in jail, or worse, playing for the Bills.

      It's so easy a Charles Mann could do it, and he played for the Redskins. Click here for the recipe.
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  • 06
    Because leftovers are the only thing more prevalent on Thanksgiving than passed-out uncles taking up all the quality futon space, here's a list of recipes from McCrossen's Townsend Wentz (food) and Firecreek's Andy Herbert (drink) that'll take those Tupperware'd goodies to the extreme. Remember to click for full recipes.

    Next-Day Eggs Benedict Fill up the following morning by creating some stuffing patties and covering them with thin-sliced bird, gravy, hollandaise, and poached eggs, or just ones you didn’t violate international conservation and wildlife management laws to procure.

    You could be making breakfast now, so grab the full recipe

    Turkey Shepherd's Pie Because Alan Shepard's Pie is just an old lemon meringue that's fiercely protected by the ex-astronaut, go with this one instead, which mixes bird, veggies, and gravy underneath a layer of crispy-tipped mashed potatoes.

    Who doesn't love pie? Who doesn't love pie recipes?!

    Cranberry Panna Cotta You've just gotta bring cream, sugar, and cranberry sauce to a low simmer before adding gelatin to create an Italian-esque Jell-O, which in Italian translates to Jell-O-O.

    Well, you've clicked all the others; might as well get this recipe, too

    The Harvest To stay properly fueled for these cooking adventures, this cocktail takes your leftover pumpkin pie and boozes it up with two different rums before topping things with ginger ale, or what Conan refers to as "my beer, dammit".

    You're not Johnny Depp, the rum isn't gone. Make a couple!
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      Because leftovers are the only thing more prevalent on Thanksgiving than passed-out uncles taking up all the quality futon space, here's a list of recipes from McCrossen's Townsend Wentz (food) and Firecreek's Andy Herbert (drink) that'll take those Tupperware'd goodies to the extreme. Remember to click for full recipes.

      Next-Day Eggs Benedict Fill up the following morning by creating some stuffing patties and covering them with thin-sliced bird, gravy, hollandaise, and poached eggs, or just ones you didn’t violate international conservation and wildlife management laws to procure.

      You could be making breakfast now, so grab the full recipe

      Turkey Shepherd's Pie Because Alan Shepard's Pie is just an old lemon meringue that's fiercely protected by the ex-astronaut, go with this one instead, which mixes bird, veggies, and gravy underneath a layer of crispy-tipped mashed potatoes.

      Who doesn't love pie? Who doesn't love pie recipes?!

      Cranberry Panna Cotta You've just gotta bring cream, sugar, and cranberry sauce to a low simmer before adding gelatin to create an Italian-esque Jell-O, which in Italian translates to Jell-O-O.

      Well, you've clicked all the others; might as well get this recipe, too

      The Harvest To stay properly fueled for these cooking adventures, this cocktail takes your leftover pumpkin pie and boozes it up with two different rums before topping things with ginger ale, or what Conan refers to as "my beer, dammit".

      You're not Johnny Depp, the rum isn't gone. Make a couple!
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  • 07
    Since you'll spend most of actual Thanksgiving pretending you don't hear when your grandparents litter their anecdotes with hopelessly outdated ethnic terms, make it up to those you've silently offended the next day with these ethnically diverse, offensively good recipes:

    Turkey Nam Tok From Kris Yenbamroong, Night & Market The upscale Thai street-food guy totally Asians-up your all-American feast via fish sauce, lime, and red chile flakes, as apparently red T-Boz and red Left Eye were pretty diligent about washing with Selsun Blue.

    Freshen your bird up with the recipe right here

    Thanksgiving "Bubble & Squeak" Patties From Ashley James, The Four Seasons Beverly Hills These moist (ha!) patties use just about everything you watched other people prepare while you lazed around watching Jahvid Best feverishly pedal a bike on the sidelines, with the everything-but-the-kitchen-sink list of mashed-together ingredients including turkey meat, mashed potatoes, yams, and Brussels sprouts, unless your family doesn't make Brussels sprouts on T-day, in which case, damn your family is awesome.

    The squeaky patties get the 'taters, right here

    Turkey Day Leftover Tostada From Jason Neroni, Osteria la Buca The chef from the recently renovated Italian standby does T-day via Mexico, with the secret ingredient being a baked egg with a running yolk, though the only real hurdle you'll face in finishing it is still having an appetite after Grandpa Presley calls your mom's Irish relatives "bog-trotters", again.

    Find out how to get baked right here
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      Since you'll spend most of actual Thanksgiving pretending you don't hear when your grandparents litter their anecdotes with hopelessly outdated ethnic terms, make it up to those you've silently offended the next day with these ethnically diverse, offensively good recipes:

      Turkey Nam Tok From Kris Yenbamroong, Night & Market The upscale Thai street-food guy totally Asians-up your all-American feast via fish sauce, lime, and red chile flakes, as apparently red T-Boz and red Left Eye were pretty diligent about washing with Selsun Blue.

      Freshen your bird up with the recipe right here

      Thanksgiving "Bubble & Squeak" Patties From Ashley James, The Four Seasons Beverly Hills These moist (ha!) patties use just about everything you watched other people prepare while you lazed around watching Jahvid Best feverishly pedal a bike on the sidelines, with the everything-but-the-kitchen-sink list of mashed-together ingredients including turkey meat, mashed potatoes, yams, and Brussels sprouts, unless your family doesn't make Brussels sprouts on T-day, in which case, damn your family is awesome.

      The squeaky patties get the 'taters, right here

      Turkey Day Leftover Tostada From Jason Neroni, Osteria la Buca The chef from the recently renovated Italian standby does T-day via Mexico, with the secret ingredient being a baked egg with a running yolk, though the only real hurdle you'll face in finishing it is still having an appetite after Grandpa Presley calls your mom's Irish relatives "bog-trotters", again.

      Find out how to get baked right here
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  • 08
    Because acting like a jive turkey this close to Thanksgiving ain't cool, ditch the heat-and-eat routine and instead use your leftovers to make one of these super-simple-yet-mad-delicious recipes from some seriously notable chefs.

    Pilgrim Pot Pie Chef Jason Hicks, Jones Wood Foundry Like a pousse-café of leftovers, this recipe layers almost every dish that graced your table atop one another in a crock pot and caps it all off with puff pastry, which is NOT another term for a hash brownie, though that would bring new meaning to the term "crock pot". And, you know, be all awesome.

    Rock out with your crock out by by following these simple steps

    Pumpkin Pie Cocktail Chef Paul Kelly, Henry's Farm to Table at Buttermilk Falls Inn + Spa This blenderized concoction of Baileys, rum, half & half, and pie is a great way to give your mastication muscles a break, and can be fancied up by making a pousse-café! You know what a pousse-café is, don't you? rimming it with graham cracker crust.

    Drinkable, boozy pie can be yours thanks to this recipe

    Turkey & Stuffing Grilled Cheese Chef Ryan Skeen, Pera Known across the land for epic sandwich slinging, Skeen ups the between-bread ante by adding avocado, red onion & stuffing, and slathering mayo on the outside of the sandwich instead of butter before throwing it in a pan, though "if you're a stoner slob, you can always use the old iron-on-the-counter trick", as nothing screams "stoner slob" like owning an iron! Make your leftover feasting cheesier than your Uncle's holiday sweaters by obeying these directions
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      Because acting like a jive turkey this close to Thanksgiving ain't cool, ditch the heat-and-eat routine and instead use your leftovers to make one of these super-simple-yet-mad-delicious recipes from some seriously notable chefs.

      Pilgrim Pot Pie Chef Jason Hicks, Jones Wood Foundry Like a pousse-café of leftovers, this recipe layers almost every dish that graced your table atop one another in a crock pot and caps it all off with puff pastry, which is NOT another term for a hash brownie, though that would bring new meaning to the term "crock pot". And, you know, be all awesome.

      Rock out with your crock out by by following these simple steps

      Pumpkin Pie Cocktail Chef Paul Kelly, Henry's Farm to Table at Buttermilk Falls Inn + Spa This blenderized concoction of Baileys, rum, half & half, and pie is a great way to give your mastication muscles a break, and can be fancied up by making a pousse-café! You know what a pousse-café is, don't you? rimming it with graham cracker crust.

      Drinkable, boozy pie can be yours thanks to this recipe

      Turkey & Stuffing Grilled Cheese Chef Ryan Skeen, Pera Known across the land for epic sandwich slinging, Skeen ups the between-bread ante by adding avocado, red onion & stuffing, and slathering mayo on the outside of the sandwich instead of butter before throwing it in a pan, though "if you're a stoner slob, you can always use the old iron-on-the-counter trick", as nothing screams "stoner slob" like owning an iron! Make your leftover feasting cheesier than your Uncle's holiday sweaters by obeying these directions
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  • 09
    Things to be thankful for this year: family, friends, Justin Bieber’s tour de force Christmas album Under the Mistletoe, and these printable chef-driven recipes for how to awesome-up your leftovers:

    Sweet Potato Gnocchi From Horacio Rivadero, The Dining Room Sex up your sweet-spuds by slathering them in a mushroom and lemon sage sauce after packing ‘em with bread crumbs and nutmeg, although it’s unclear why the embarrassment of putting a soccer ball right between their legs is really necessary.

    When are sweet potatoes ever not awesome? Oh that's right, never. Learn how to make this dish right here.

    Turkey Croquettes From Thomas Connell, Fontainebleau Miami Beach's Vida Restaurant Because turkey croquet is highly illegal except for in remote regions of Papua New Guinea, put a fitting Cuban spin on your leftover bird with these croquettes: just roll it up into little cylinders with gravy, Swiss, and onions, then fry them to get things all nice and crunchy.

    Um, it's basically fried turkey you can actually make yourself -- what are you waiting for, print this recipe and get on this

    Thanksgiving Bisque From Geoffrey Zakarian, Tudor House The frequent Chopped judge has you liquefying your meal by blending dark meat, stuffing, gravy, mascarpone, and sweet potatoes into a puree that's so smooth, there's a good chance it'll be confused for a young Billy Dee Williams.

    It’s about time you sipped your turkey, so find out how to do so through here

    Vice’s Sauced Cranberry Cocktail From Stephen McGuire, Vice Lounge Put the sauce in your cranberry by muddling all the leftover goodness with cinnamon schnapps, chartreuse, rye whiskey, and molasses, and if you can't make this, you're slow as that.

    Don’t worry, you can still drink Zima, too, so peep the full recipe here
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  • 10
    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.

    Show true pie-ty and use the recipe card after this link to make it happen

    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.

    Click here because you love dumplings

    Photo by Garnish Photography, courtesy of Green Olive Media
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      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.

      Show true pie-ty and use the recipe card after this link to make it happen

      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.

      Click here because you love dumplings

      Photo by Garnish Photography, courtesy of Green Olive Media
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    Make up for the fact you spend every Thanksgiving turducking your family to watch football by turning what's left of their big meal into some sweet dishes, created by even sweeter Seattle chefs.

    Fried Thanksgiving Cakes w/ Cranberry Sage Mayo From Jason Wilson, Crush The 2010 James Beard award winner has turned out a recipe that calls for combining spare turkey, and other delectable T-day extras, with an egg and breadcrumbs, and then forming them into little fry-able cakes, which Marie Antoinette would implore you let everyone eat, if you hadn't just burned that pompous Austrian chick's castle down.

    This dude was on Martha Stewart, so you know this recipe will be criminally good

    Turkey Noodle Casserole From Maria Hines, Tilth and the Golden Beetle Another James Beard winner's turned the thing most likely to be left alone on the 24th, vegetables, into something awesome by casseroling 'em with turkey, gravy, and exactly one not-leftover ingredient; pasta, as long as that's not too big a penne in the ass.

    Ms. Stewart would kill to know what makes this thing so good. Hint: it's the gravy.

    Sweet Potato Gnocchi From Seis Kamimura, Munchbar This recipe boasts step-by-step instructions for turning your uneaten sweet potatoes, and just four other super-simple ingredients, into fresh pasta dough, and also works as a recipe for happiness if you ignore everything but the part where it says "do not overwork".

    Martha probably wouldn't eat this dough -- she'll need it for bail -- but you def should
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      Make up for the fact you spend every Thanksgiving turducking your family to watch football by turning what's left of their big meal into some sweet dishes, created by even sweeter Seattle chefs.

      Fried Thanksgiving Cakes w/ Cranberry Sage Mayo From Jason Wilson, Crush The 2010 James Beard award winner has turned out a recipe that calls for combining spare turkey, and other delectable T-day extras, with an egg and breadcrumbs, and then forming them into little fry-able cakes, which Marie Antoinette would implore you let everyone eat, if you hadn't just burned that pompous Austrian chick's castle down.

      This dude was on Martha Stewart, so you know this recipe will be criminally good

      Turkey Noodle Casserole From Maria Hines, Tilth and the Golden Beetle Another James Beard winner's turned the thing most likely to be left alone on the 24th, vegetables, into something awesome by casseroling 'em with turkey, gravy, and exactly one not-leftover ingredient; pasta, as long as that's not too big a penne in the ass.

      Ms. Stewart would kill to know what makes this thing so good. Hint: it's the gravy.

      Sweet Potato Gnocchi From Seis Kamimura, Munchbar This recipe boasts step-by-step instructions for turning your uneaten sweet potatoes, and just four other super-simple ingredients, into fresh pasta dough, and also works as a recipe for happiness if you ignore everything but the part where it says "do not overwork".

      Martha probably wouldn't eat this dough -- she'll need it for bail -- but you def should
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  • 12
    Like the hot B-movie actresses you fantasized about as a kid, Thanksgiving leftovers can get surprisingly old -- so we tapped some of Austin's culinary kings to perform a little kitchen plastic surgery and come up with easy-to-make post-Turkey Day dishes you'll actually be thankful for. Click the links for full recipes.

    The Dirty Bird From Roll On Sushi Burnet Rd's new rice-rollers encourage you to stuff your mashers, green beans, and turkey in a soy wrapper and drizzle with gravy and warm cranberry sauce, with bonus points for tempura frying -- though if you own a deep fryer, that's all the bonus you need out of life.

    Former Falcons running back Jamal "Dirty Bird" Anderson was not injured in the making of this recipe

    Roasted Turkey Pot Pie From The Roaring Fork The Fork suggests stuffing a Pepperidge Farm puff pastry with holiday fowl and an assortment of veggies, then baking it until it just wants to sit on the couch and watch SVU...man, the way they're focusing on lower-ranking cops now is like latter-day Miami Vice! golden brown.

    Don Johnson has personally endorsed the idea of you making this dish

    Italian Potato Dumplings with Turkey and Broccoli Pesto From Chef Gabriel Pellegrini at Sagra It's not how you say potato, it's what you do with it, in this case combining it with eggs and flour to create gnocchi dough. If you're the sort of overachiever who used to do things like ask your teacher questions in class and after class and Jesus kid I'm a football coach I barely understand this chemistry crap myself, the chef has also included a simple recipe for broccoli pesto.

    Even a football coach/chemistry teacher could make these dumplings

    Yamshake From Beef Eigler at Handshakes The movers/shakers parked behind Cheer Up Charlies have contributed a super-easy dessert that involves nothing more than throwing yams, marshmallows, ice cream, and milk in a blender, creating a shake that will surely be better than yours, even if it fails to bring all the boys to the yard. Damn right.

    Get all you need to wake-and-shake right here
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      Like the hot B-movie actresses you fantasized about as a kid, Thanksgiving leftovers can get surprisingly old -- so we tapped some of Austin's culinary kings to perform a little kitchen plastic surgery and come up with easy-to-make post-Turkey Day dishes you'll actually be thankful for. Click the links for full recipes.

      The Dirty Bird From Roll On Sushi Burnet Rd's new rice-rollers encourage you to stuff your mashers, green beans, and turkey in a soy wrapper and drizzle with gravy and warm cranberry sauce, with bonus points for tempura frying -- though if you own a deep fryer, that's all the bonus you need out of life.

      Former Falcons running back Jamal "Dirty Bird" Anderson was not injured in the making of this recipe

      Roasted Turkey Pot Pie From The Roaring Fork The Fork suggests stuffing a Pepperidge Farm puff pastry with holiday fowl and an assortment of veggies, then baking it until it just wants to sit on the couch and watch SVU...man, the way they're focusing on lower-ranking cops now is like latter-day Miami Vice! golden brown.

      Don Johnson has personally endorsed the idea of you making this dish

      Italian Potato Dumplings with Turkey and Broccoli Pesto From Chef Gabriel Pellegrini at Sagra It's not how you say potato, it's what you do with it, in this case combining it with eggs and flour to create gnocchi dough. If you're the sort of overachiever who used to do things like ask your teacher questions in class and after class and Jesus kid I'm a football coach I barely understand this chemistry crap myself, the chef has also included a simple recipe for broccoli pesto.

      Even a football coach/chemistry teacher could make these dumplings

      Yamshake From Beef Eigler at Handshakes The movers/shakers parked behind Cheer Up Charlies have contributed a super-easy dessert that involves nothing more than throwing yams, marshmallows, ice cream, and milk in a blender, creating a shake that will surely be better than yours, even if it fails to bring all the boys to the yard. Damn right.

      Get all you need to wake-and-shake right here
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    Anybody can just make a sandwich with their leftover turkey, but that's some Istanbulsh*t. Instead, amp up your extra eats with these simple, chef-supplied recipes.

    Turkey Stuffing Frittata Jimmy Bannos Jr., The Purple Pig The breakfast staple gets a carb-tastic infusion from leftover stuffing. Bannos is fond of the one his mother makes using the gizzard, but expecting you to have that on hand would be vent-ridiculus.

    Prepare to stuff yourself

    Day-After Turkey Turnovers Aksel Theilkuhl, BLT American Brasserie The soon-to-open resto's newly appointed chef de cuisine offers up these hand-held stuffed puff pastries that are perfect for dipping in spare gravy or cranberry sauce, of which you'll want more, impossible to ignore, impossible to ignore.

    Turn your attention to the recipe

    Chimichurri Turkey Soup Chico Vilchez, Nacional 27 Serve yourself a steaming bowl of leftover bird & veggies by combining it with chicken stock and the famous green sauce from Argentina, which can get quite Messi, but won't disappear in your Cup.

    Soup for you!

    Turkey Salad Brian Jupiter, Frontier The whole-beast-slinging chef enhances spare gobbler with goodies like apple and candied walnuts, and if you need an extra kick, Frontier sells whole smoked turkeys, leaving your attempt feeling burned yet again.

    Make this turkey or you'll be a turkey
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      Anybody can just make a sandwich with their leftover turkey, but that's some Istanbulsh*t. Instead, amp up your extra eats with these simple, chef-supplied recipes.

      Turkey Stuffing Frittata Jimmy Bannos Jr., The Purple Pig The breakfast staple gets a carb-tastic infusion from leftover stuffing. Bannos is fond of the one his mother makes using the gizzard, but expecting you to have that on hand would be vent-ridiculus.

      Prepare to stuff yourself

      Day-After Turkey Turnovers Aksel Theilkuhl, BLT American Brasserie The soon-to-open resto's newly appointed chef de cuisine offers up these hand-held stuffed puff pastries that are perfect for dipping in spare gravy or cranberry sauce, of which you'll want more, impossible to ignore, impossible to ignore.

      Turn your attention to the recipe

      Chimichurri Turkey Soup Chico Vilchez, Nacional 27 Serve yourself a steaming bowl of leftover bird & veggies by combining it with chicken stock and the famous green sauce from Argentina, which can get quite Messi, but won't disappear in your Cup.

      Soup for you!

      Turkey Salad Brian Jupiter, Frontier The whole-beast-slinging chef enhances spare gobbler with goodies like apple and candied walnuts, and if you need an extra kick, Frontier sells whole smoked turkeys, leaving your attempt feeling burned yet again.

      Make this turkey or you'll be a turkey
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  • 14
    Since most of your actual Turkey Day is spent watching NFL teams defend their turf while you defend your life choices, scope some deliciously easy recipes you can whip up in peace and quiet using glorious, non-judgmental leftovers.

    Turkey Shepherd's Pie From Marc Murphy, Ditch Plains An autumnal take on one of the comfort-iest of foods, this sloppy combination of turkey, gravy, and stuffing gets topped with a requisite mound of cheesy mashed potatoes, though in fairness to Dee Dee Sharp, The Watusi doesn't exactly exude class either.

    Shepherd some people over and show them your skills by following these directions

    Bourbon Pecan Pumpkin Pie Milkshake From Elizabeth Karmel, Hill Country Chicken Even if your mom can't imagine that her pie didn't get totally eaten, this boozy gut-buster combines leftover pumpkin and pecan slices with ice cream and bourbon, so you can cure your own shakes by drinking one.

    Eat and drink at the same time thanks to this recipe

    Turkey Alambre Tacos From Julian Medina, Yerba Buena Set off some fireworks for your taste buds by heading South of the border on I-95, buying fireworks, and literally setting them off in your mouth with this simple-yet-spicy recipe, which wraps up leftover turkey, bacon, jalapeno, and fixin's in warm flour tortillas.

    Wrap up the holiday with these instructions
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      Since most of your actual Turkey Day is spent watching NFL teams defend their turf while you defend your life choices, scope some deliciously easy recipes you can whip up in peace and quiet using glorious, non-judgmental leftovers.

      Turkey Shepherd's Pie From Marc Murphy, Ditch Plains An autumnal take on one of the comfort-iest of foods, this sloppy combination of turkey, gravy, and stuffing gets topped with a requisite mound of cheesy mashed potatoes, though in fairness to Dee Dee Sharp, The Watusi doesn't exactly exude class either.

      Shepherd some people over and show them your skills by following these directions

      Bourbon Pecan Pumpkin Pie Milkshake From Elizabeth Karmel, Hill Country Chicken Even if your mom can't imagine that her pie didn't get totally eaten, this boozy gut-buster combines leftover pumpkin and pecan slices with ice cream and bourbon, so you can cure your own shakes by drinking one.

      Eat and drink at the same time thanks to this recipe

      Turkey Alambre Tacos From Julian Medina, Yerba Buena Set off some fireworks for your taste buds by heading South of the border on I-95, buying fireworks, and literally setting them off in your mouth with this simple-yet-spicy recipe, which wraps up leftover turkey, bacon, jalapeno, and fixin's in warm flour tortillas.

      Wrap up the holiday with these instructions
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  • 15
    Because you're already going to feel bad enough about yourself after spending the entire day before re-explaining to your mom why that cute girl with the great job you were dating just isn't and will never be Chrissy Russo, okay, at least feel good about your leftover food game by snagging one of these super-simple boozy recipes from SD-native chef Rob Conaway of the modestly titled AGreatChef.com.

    Wild Turkey & Cranberry Cobbler Because a real man's favorite turkey is really just bourbon, this festive mashup uses a veritable cornucopia of Thanksgiving mainstays (and bourbon!) to make a crowd-pleasing cobbler that's shockingly devoid of peaches (but also has bourbon!).

    You'll never guess what the secret ingredient is in this glorious recipe. Fine, it's bourbon.

    Sweet Potato Pie Cocktail While perfect for steeling oneself for Grandma's disapproving gaze because you didn't go to astronaut-doctor school, this rum driven cocktail's also a great way to put that almost-demolished pile of marshmallow-covered tubers to good use while benevolently ensuring they aren't the only thing getting mashed.

    Turn your sweet potatoes into sweet-ass potatoes, right here

    Cochon Ménage à Trois Cocktail So dirty its name actually means...something in French, this gravy-loaded martini-of-sorts gets straight-up Mexified with a bloody-esque michelada mix & deep-fried pig skins, and is the exact type of drink in which to drown your sorrow for never oinking Lady Russo when you saw her that one time at En Fuego.

    Get in on the scandalous action right here
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      Because you're already going to feel bad enough about yourself after spending the entire day before re-explaining to your mom why that cute girl with the great job you were dating just isn't and will never be Chrissy Russo, okay, at least feel good about your leftover food game by snagging one of these super-simple boozy recipes from SD-native chef Rob Conaway of the modestly titled AGreatChef.com.

      Wild Turkey & Cranberry Cobbler Because a real man's favorite turkey is really just bourbon, this festive mashup uses a veritable cornucopia of Thanksgiving mainstays (and bourbon!) to make a crowd-pleasing cobbler that's shockingly devoid of peaches (but also has bourbon!).

      You'll never guess what the secret ingredient is in this glorious recipe. Fine, it's bourbon.

      Sweet Potato Pie Cocktail While perfect for steeling oneself for Grandma's disapproving gaze because you didn't go to astronaut-doctor school, this rum driven cocktail's also a great way to put that almost-demolished pile of marshmallow-covered tubers to good use while benevolently ensuring they aren't the only thing getting mashed.

      Turn your sweet potatoes into sweet-ass potatoes, right here

      Cochon Ménage à Trois Cocktail So dirty its name actually means...something in French, this gravy-loaded martini-of-sorts gets straight-up Mexified with a bloody-esque michelada mix & deep-fried pig skins, and is the exact type of drink in which to drown your sorrow for never oinking Lady Russo when you saw her that one time at En Fuego.

      Get in on the scandalous action right here
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    Since they think you're a freeloader anyway, you might as well live up to the name and swipe all your family's Turkey Day leftovers to use in these sweet recipes, provided by some of SF's best chefs and mixologists.

    Deep-Fried Mashed Potato Balls with Bacon Bourbon Shooters From Naomi Beck, Straw As you'll no doubt make a non-famine Ireland's worth of potatoes Nov 24th, follow this recipe to ball 'em, fry 'em, and wash 'em down with an easy-to-make "bacon bourbon shooter", also a Wahlberg thriller you'd actually consider going to see.

    This recipe requires three cups of bourbon and a pound of bacon. Discuss.

    Turkey Leftover Cocktail From Kevin Diedrich, Jasper's Corner Tap & Kitchen Shake off that tryptophan daze with one you're more accustomed to via this crazy-simple liquid-blanket-inducer featuring sweet potato mash and allspice dram, and topped with melted marshmallows and cinnamon.

    Click to learn how to make potato-y liquid courage

    Turkey Tostadas From Scott Youkilis, Hog 'n Rocks / Maverick Giving your Turkey Day a sexy Latin twist (just like that time Aunt Margaret brought her well-oiled pool boy Carlos), this recipe takes everything from stuffing to pumpkin pie and combines it into an insanely delicious looking Latin treat...whoa, Margie, hands off!!

    Hello, tostada shells made of stuffing

    Wait, There's Pie From Jon Gasparini, Rye / 15 Romolo / Rosewood Can't stop thinking about Aunt Margaret asking Carlos to fish the gunk out of her clogged filter? Of course you can't, at least until you make this shooter, which mixes the mind-numbing properties of tequila with the mind-numbing awesomeness of pumpkin pie.

    Try to resist the impossible-to-stop-making-ness of this recipe. Can't do it, right?
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      Since they think you're a freeloader anyway, you might as well live up to the name and swipe all your family's Turkey Day leftovers to use in these sweet recipes, provided by some of SF's best chefs and mixologists.

      Deep-Fried Mashed Potato Balls with Bacon Bourbon Shooters From Naomi Beck, Straw As you'll no doubt make a non-famine Ireland's worth of potatoes Nov 24th, follow this recipe to ball 'em, fry 'em, and wash 'em down with an easy-to-make "bacon bourbon shooter", also a Wahlberg thriller you'd actually consider going to see.

      This recipe requires three cups of bourbon and a pound of bacon. Discuss.

      Turkey Leftover Cocktail From Kevin Diedrich, Jasper's Corner Tap & Kitchen Shake off that tryptophan daze with one you're more accustomed to via this crazy-simple liquid-blanket-inducer featuring sweet potato mash and allspice dram, and topped with melted marshmallows and cinnamon.

      Click to learn how to make potato-y liquid courage

      Turkey Tostadas From Scott Youkilis, Hog 'n Rocks / Maverick Giving your Turkey Day a sexy Latin twist (just like that time Aunt Margaret brought her well-oiled pool boy Carlos), this recipe takes everything from stuffing to pumpkin pie and combines it into an insanely delicious looking Latin treat...whoa, Margie, hands off!!

      Hello, tostada shells made of stuffing

      Wait, There's Pie From Jon Gasparini, Rye / 15 Romolo / Rosewood Can't stop thinking about Aunt Margaret asking Carlos to fish the gunk out of her clogged filter? Of course you can't, at least until you make this shooter, which mixes the mind-numbing properties of tequila with the mind-numbing awesomeness of pumpkin pie.

      Try to resist the impossible-to-stop-making-ness of this recipe. Can't do it, right?
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  1. Don't let your T-day leftovers grow spores
  2. Gobble up everything left in your fridge
  3. Make your full fridge count
  4. Pimp your remnants
  5. Make whatever your family didn't finish more exciting than your family
  6. Easy ways to be even more thankful for leftovers
  7. Stuffing your face with stuff like stuffing
  8. Repurpose your remnants with gusto
  9. Forget the sandwich this year
  10. Reincarnate your holiday meal
  11. Gobble up all that leftover stuff(ing)
  12. The feast must carry on!
  13. Next-level dishes for the day after
  14. A bounty of day-after options
  15. Stop sadly eating Honey Bunches of Oats
  16. Turn your leftovers into best-overs