November 26, 2011 by staff
“We usually have a big crowd, but now they’re all scattered and the grandkids are scattered,” said Catherine Muller who usually cooks a turkey that’s at least 18 pounds. “The two of us just stayed home and had chicken. And that night, had chicken and rice soup.”
The chicken was new for Catherine and her husband but giving leftovers new life wasn’t.
Muller says with turkey, they’d have, “maybe a sandwich each. That was about it. We didn’t do anything fancy with the leftovers because we’d already had a fancy dinner.”
Soups and sandwiches are, no doubt, the most popular things to make on Black Friday with leftover turkey.
“We serve hundreds of pounds of turkey over Thanksgiving. Still, over the weekend, we’ll have people coming in and ordering turkey,” said Sonny Veal, General Manager of Lizards Thicket on Forest Drive. “We love to serve our turkey traditionally, just like you do at home. We have green beans, yams, mashed potatoes and gravy, just like home.”
No matter how you fix leftovers this weekend, the cooks we talked to say it doesn’t take much to make them taste good.
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