3 ways to spice up Thanksgiving turkey leftovers

27 Nov 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

17 (Easy!) Ways to Rework Thanksgiving Leftovers.

Thanksgiving is a time for family, friends and feasting, but we all know that no matter how good your dinner is, there are only so many leftovers that you can really stomach!Now that your traditional Thanksgiving feast is over, it’s time to figure out what exactly to do with all those leftovers sitting ominously in the fridge.

Sessions West Coast Deli Culinary Director Max Schlutz, whose sandwiches earned “Sandwich of the Year” status last month from the Orange County Register, has a few great ideas to transform your Thanksgiving leftovers into gourmet sandwiches that are anything but boring! But don’t think that you’re doomed to eat endless iterations of turkey and gravy sandwiches and cold cranberry sauce (unless, of course, that’s your jam, in which case, bon appetite!). Hormone free fried turkey, cranberry coulis or gastrique, sage cream cheese, horseradish slaw – kettle chips/mashed potato served on a freshly baked french roll. We’ve rounded up some innovative ways to remix your leftovers, taking inspiration from the countless cultures and culinary influences that have come to America in the years since the Pilgrims first sat down to that first delicious spread.

As a neighborhood-casual concept designed to serve its immediate community, Sessions embraces the area’s surf culture as it presents a menu of gourmet, culinary-focused sandwiches in a relaxed environment. The term “West Coast Deli” perfectly describes the marriage of a high-quality deli menu with a chill vibe that appeals to area locals and tourists, alike. All sandwiches are made to order with fresh, locally grown produce; humanely and naturally raised meats; and locally baked bread delivered daily from local artisan, OC Baking Company.

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