Hey, Jet fans! Once again, victory is ours! Sunday's game against the Texans was very exciting from kickoff to the final game-winning touchdown. I just love being right there on the sideline mixed in with all the action. And in only a few days, I get to be right there again with the rest of the Flight Crew Cheerleaders!
Thanksgiving dinner will have to go on hold for me this year. I did, however, already pass a list to my mom for what leftovers I really want her to bring home! My aunt always cooks up a feast that could literally feed hundreds of people, resulting in a ton of leftovers. A few years ago, she introduced us to a new idea to make use of all the food ...
Leftover Thanksgiving Dinner Pies!
Frozen pie crusts
Step 1: Enjoy a delicious dinner.
Step 2: Take the pie crusts out of the freezer.
Step 3: Take a survey of all the food that is left scattered all over the dining table.
Step 4: Begin building your delicious dinner pie by layering your favorite foods. Turkey works well for a base and mashed potatoes are perfect for the top. Use a cranberry for the "cherry on top"!
Step 5:Cover your pie with aluminum foil, label each pie with a sharpie and immediately put it in the refrigerator.
Step 6:That weekend, reheat the pie in your oven at 350 degrees for 45 minutes and enjoy your Thanksgiving dinner part II.
I hope everyone has a happy and healthy Thanksgiving!