Thanksgiving is just days away and now we are focusing on the fantastic "side dishes" that make or break our Thanksgiving feast. We "talked turkey" but now we are talking stuffing, mashed potatoes, corn, string bean casserole, sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce and more.
I love the creativity of some of my friends. A married couple I know just hosted a "Leftover Party," encouraging guests to bring whatever was leftover from Christmas weekend. Have you ever celebrated Festivus or attended a Leftover Party? Any other suggestions on ways to make holiday gatherings more fun/creative/interesting?
Here we are, the Monday after Thanksgiving and the kitchen at work smells like Thanksgiving dinner all over again, with everyone heating up their leftovers. What are your favorite ways to stretch out the holiday food that you've still got?
It's the day after Thanksgiving. Some of us are shopping like mad people, some of us are still sitting on the couch in a food induced haze, and some of us are throwing together our favorite leftover recipes.
Ah, the day after Halloween - the day that prices sharply drop on candy corn, "fun size" chocolate bars, and skeleton decorations, and also the day that offices fill with all of the leftover candy.