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Thanks Again
By Barbara Card Atkinson
Intro | Turkey Hash | Sweet Potato Cakes | Turkey Enchiladas | Thai Style

Nothing’s better than Thanksgiving. Being fed by others is a primal pleasure, but after the feast, you’re still left with the beast. Turkeys come in all sizes, but under 8 lbs, they’re mostly structure and hold little good eats, so the cook has to go big and then keep urging you to have another serving. That’s why it’s essential to have a few turkey makeovers under your straining belt to help you devour the turkey tower.

Make leftovers the best part of Thanksgiving. Wow the family with these upscale feast-recycling recipes made of ingredients still left on the counter from yesterday’s banquet. Or try these when just a bit of the bird is all you want for your own T Day celebration.

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