To me, pork chops definitely fall into the comfort food category. Growing up my grandmother pan-fried them and served them next to a generous serving of her creamy mashed potatoes. Leftovers were rare back then, but nowadays I love a quick & easy remake of last night’s dinner for tonight’s. This citrusy stir-fry fits the bill perfectly!
The New York Times has a feature on what to do with Thanksgiving leftovers. Somewhat interesting, fun ideas with dry turkey tortillas, a turkey lentil soup and such, but I think Goodtaste.tv has the ultimate way to get the very best out of your Thanksgiving leftovers!
Are you stuck with a ton of leftover candy from a night of trick or treating that’s just sitting on the kitchen counter? Before you toss it out or seal it away into a freezer bag on a pantry shelf, give that candy a second life as a round two comeback dessert!
Butterball has some great ideas on making your turkey look as good as it tastes. Afterall, presentation is everything right! Turkey Garnishes Try using fresh sage leaves and curly parsley around a turkey stuffed with dressing if sage is in your dressing. You can also add some colorful vegetables and fruits to the platter like […]