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Posts tagged as leftovers

Chickpea Flour Frittata

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Jun 4, 2013 at 2:05pm

You’ve worked late, or have been chauffeuring kids all evening, or were out late with friends. You walk in the door exhausted and starving, craving something more substantial than a bowl of cereal. This hot, fast, pleasantly filling frittata is what to make, especially if you can scrounge a few vegetables from the cooler, whether…

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Turkey a la King

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Dec 7, 2011 at 10:40am

Um, I’m a bit late putting this up, I’m very sorry. This dish is of course is perfect for leftover Thanksgiving turkey…perhaps you froze some? Then you’re in luck! A creamy, delicious topping for rice, or filling for a luscious pot pie. Perhaps you’re roasting a turkey for Christmas? I’m trying… Recipe for Turkey a…

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Cranberry Sauce Sour Cream Muffins

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Nov 29, 2011 at 2:56pm

As I mentioned below, I had the pleasure of chatting all things leftovers on Saturday morning, on the Fresh & Local radio show, with host Susan Berkson and Mike Madison of local hip hop group Unknown Prophets. While Mike is a musician by trade, he is also a fantastic cook. His passion for teaching children…

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Thanksgiving 2011

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Nov 28, 2011 at 12:36pm

Thanksgiving kicked off when my dad pulled up to the house last Tuesday afternoon, fresh from a quail hunt in Tennessee. My stepmom Susanna flew in a few hours later from Sheridan, Wyoming, their now home. My house and kitchen were immediately improved. Dad sharpened my knives and starting halving and marinating quail in buttermilk…

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Sunny Sunday

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Mar 15, 2009 at 7:45am

Sunday morning, a cup of hot coffee, a sunny forecast for plus 50 degrees, a few leftovers to mess around with – life is good. I can’t wait to scoot out the door for a long afternoon’s walk.  Granted, there is still plenty of snow stubbornly sticking around.  But not enough for complete ground coverage,…

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