the benefit of having thanksgiving at your house.

Sunday, November 27, 2011


leftovers.

unfortunately, they're just about gone as we've been eating thanksgiving since thursday.
it's been good.

how was yours?

(and i didn't kill anyone with an undercooked turkey.  in fact, it came out perfectly.  bam!)

27 comments:

  1. This is such a cute post and oh so true! I just enjoyed some leftovers to day and it was delish!

    Liesl :)

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  2. so cute! you are SO right... love the leftovers!

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  3. The leftovers are ALMOST as good as the original meal... almost.

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  4. Yu-um! Good job on the bird too, I chickened out and did it the easy way with a turkey breast roast in the crock pot.

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  5. Oh yum! I remember one year we did not have leftovers. SO SAD!
    ps... I like your tupperware.

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  6. Yummm. The Leaning Tower of Leftovers.

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  7. true story. leftovers are the BEST. especially when dinners like that for thanksgiving take so much time and make such a big mess. We just finished out leftovers too! They were goood!

    -Bailey
    http://lostandfound-bailee.blogspot.com

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  8. Amazing! It all looks very good!! I'm glad your turkey turned out and you had (I'm assuming) a great day.

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  9. leftovers have never looked so good.

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  10. i. LOVE. leftovers. possibly even more than their original versions.

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  11. Thanksgiving in a bowl... All stirred up... My favorite after-holiday treat... Aaaaand heading to the fridge now...

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  12. Looks absolutely delicious! Thanksgiving leftovers are the best :)

    xoxo
    Jenna

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  13. love this! Who woulda thought that stacking leftovers in tupperware would make such a neat picture :) Glad ya didn't kill anyone - that's always good.

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  14. haha. i think our stack was almost this tall. our thanksgiving was a success too. and with a brand new range to boot. who knew there were so many bells and whistles on a convection oven!!

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  15. Well, we left the leftovers at Butch and Barbara's and just kept going back for subsequent meals. No cleanup! No overcrowded fridge!

    Winning!

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  16. Congrats on the turkey girl. I knew you could do it!!

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  17. I agree....I think that leftovers are one of the best parts of Thanksgiving.

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  18. yum! i didn't host thanksgiving, but i still made a big turkey meal the day before so we would have leftovers :)

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  19. Thanksgiving leftovers are the best kind of leftovers everrrr!

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  20. I so need to start hosting Thanksgiving dinner at my house. Mmmmm...leftovers.

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  21. turkey sandwiches with cranberry? gimme gimme!
    i've been eatin' them daily.

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  22. My favorite part of having Thanksgiving at my house...I can just relax and not worry about having to drive home!

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  23. I cooked my first turkey last year and was so nervous! Glad yours turned out well! Also, that is an impressive stack (literally!) of left overs you have there!

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  24. I see this as a downfall! HA! We hosted Thanksgiving & had a RIDICULOUS amount of leftovers because my peeps completely ignore what I ask them to bring & they bring twice as much! We had a great Thanksgiving though!

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  25. don't mind me -- just commenting on ancient posts in the middle of the night like a not creep.

    I'm in my first trimester and my husband is an ob resident at work and bc Im crazy I cant sleep and now you are making me NEED thanksgiving leftovers -- at 4 in the morning -- in June.

    thanksalot.

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