/ by: RoseHoffaQuilts

Dealing With Leftovers

First let me say Thank You to everyone for the birthday wishes and nice comments about Butterfly.  I haven’t gotten through all my emails yet, but you will all be getting one back from me.  I had a really nice birthday.  Beautiful books for my collection as someone went a teeny bit crazy on my Amazon list.  A great dinner and then finished up another project while hanging out and watching two movies.

So what do you do what turkey day left overs?  For us it’s all about the pot pie.  Really not as much left overs as I thought.  We had a 14-pound bird for two.  Yes, seems like a lot, but after the big day and one meal of leftovers – not so much.  It amounted to 9 cups of turkey.  So this is the recipe I use – it took me about 1.5 hours from start to finish to get the filling put up for what looks to be 5 pies.

This is the filling.turkey pot pie filling 11-25-2007 7-51-13 PM

This is the first pie.turkey pot pie 11-25-2007 7-50-48 PM

This is 4 more filling that went to my freezer.future turkey pot pies 11-25-2007 8-44-37 PM

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  • That looks delicious. Jason made turkey soup last night following my own off-the-cuff recipe and it turned out quite nicely. The light tent hasn’t been put back up yet so no pictures of that.

  • COMMENTS (2)

    1. Rissa 27 November - 2007

      OHHHHh….yuuuummmmmyy….that DOES look delicious. I wish I had some right now!

    2. Julie 26 November - 2007

      That looks delicious. Jason made turkey soup last night following my own off-the-cuff recipe and it turned out quite nicely. The light tent hasn’t been put back up yet so no pictures of that.