So, did y’all survive the official start of Season’s Eatings? I mean, Thanksgiving?
I’m happy to report that I’ve survived another year. Now, onto leftovers… It was a 20-pounder bird for only 5 humans and 1 canine this year at Casa Angie. While it was nice that everyone can fit into our dining room, unlike some other years when we were spilling all over different rooms, fewer people also means more leftovers. Quite substantial amount, actually.
What to do?! I’m pretty sure y’all have plenty of ideas. Let’s hear them, please. I need them!
First, something to consider from last week’s fiesta:
“Mollie is a pro at entertaining. She always brings different kinds of food, but it’s the chocolate that I’ll enjoy first. Life is too short – eat dessert first! Mollie’s Chocolate Glazed Tart got my craving started that I almost licked my screen. It looks perfect, from the crust to the pretty whipped-cream topping!” — Jhuls
“This Stunning Chocolate Tart is just perfect for your holiday table. I simply can’t stop thinking about it!” — Jenny
“Very seasonal blondies using ingredients such as candy cane kisses and white chocolate mint M&M’s. Occasionally peppermint can be overpowering and this combination seems just right in this recipe. Leslie has shared a colorful addition for your holiday cookie table.” — Judi
“Bowls of all kinds are very popular right now and I’m just starting to get interested – bought my first cookbook just on “bowls.” Linda has included lots of delicious and healthy ingredients such as quinoa, sweet potato, corn, black beans, spinach, some walnuts and feta cheese. She says to use the dressing of your choice but has used a poppy-seed dressing and a chipotle-lime dressing when she made this bowl.” — Judi
“I love that the crust has basil in it – it must be so tasty! I love sweet tarts, but it is nice to try something savory, too, and Vanitha’s tart is a good recipe to start with.” — Jhuls
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