Unexpectedly Intriguing!
November 25, 2005

By now, like most Americans, you're looking at your refrigerator full of Thanksgiving leftovers, and thinking to yourself: "If all I did was eat yesterday, how come I have so darned many leftovers, and what am I going to do with them?" Political Calculations(TM) can't help you with the first part of the question, but the second question provides today's lesson in home economics, where we seek to extend your personal budget by extracting the full value of what you spent on procuring and producing your Thanksgiving dinner.

The answer is actually provided Alton Brown of Food Network's Good Eats fame, who offered many suggestions in his show titled "The Remains of the Bird" in which he explored the possible solutions to this post-holiday problem (the episode originally aired in 2004.) The following recipes from the episode provide a taste of what to do with all those leftovers:

Sadly, Food Network won't be airing this episode today, so this is the best we have to offer....

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