Is your fridge currently full of multiple tubberware containers of varying sizes and shapes? Are they full of everything from turkey to that weird green bean salad your aunt always insists on making? Do you have no idea what to do with all of those buttery dishes? Basically, mix 'em all up and throw 'em on various carbs. Here are some suggestions for how to eat your thanksgiving leftovers.
When has mashed potatos made anything worse? NEVER, that's when! God is dead and chaos reigns, so why not put some mashed potatoes on a pizza crust? Here's a recipe, but honestly just throw whatever you want on a pizza and call it a day.
A classic post-Thanksgiving treat, all you need is some gravy, turkey, cranberry sauce, stuffing, and some bread and you're good to go. Then, get out that panini maker you use once a year and SIZZZLLLLEEEEE! Here's a recipe if you really can't figure it out on your own.
This adorably and nonsensically named British tradition deserves to make it across the pond and into your American belly. Basically, take all your leftovers, dump them in a pan, and add a whole bunch of eggs, then bake. Recipe here.
Is it breakfast? Is it savory? Is it sweet? It doesn't matter! You're still drunk on your uncle's homemade wine! Recipe here.
I don't know why you would put this much effort into preparing your leftovers, but if you're that kind of person this seems like a nice enough way to make stuffing somehow worse for you. Recipe here.