Re: Voice crying and leftovers...

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Posted by Christina on November 25, 2000 at 18:54:37:

In Reply to: Re: Voice crying in the wilderness... posted by Diana S. on November 25, 2000 at 17:18:27:

: : You're all probably trying to figure out what to do with the leftover turkey and cranberry sauce, but Red has a huge vat of newly made cider over at Bumppo's so if any of you are tired of holiday stress, she wants me to tell you to head on over...
: : hope your holidays were all wonderful! We spent it at the coast and had dinner with friends, so THEY'RE the ones dealing with the leftovers this year. No more transforming the leftover bird into turkey loaf, turkey balls, turkey tettrazzini, turkey soup, turkey fritters, turkey stew, etc. etc. etc.
: : hope all are well
: : Christina

: Oh Christina dear, I found a new and refreshing recipe for turkey and sweet potato croquettes that we may be trying. I promise, I have eaten my LAST turkey tetrazzini. As for whereabouts, I'm right here in the mountains and did absolutely nothing all day. I cannot remember the last time I was able to do I making you jealous yet Lainey???? Don't worry, tomorrow is another day, which includes a 4+ hour trip back home and back to the rat race! I hope everyone who traveled returns home safe and sound!

: Oh and Red, don't worry I'm not so catatonic that I can't make a run over to Bumppo's for some o' that cider!

: Hatin' to see the long weekend end,
: Diana S.

Diana -- sweet potato croquettes are DELICIOUS! We made them a few years ago after Thanksgiving and they really are great. Fried Sweet potato sticks are also really good too.
and today I discovered that turkey leftovers aren't that bad...we all could have the leftovers from the festival I covered today...the CHITLIN STRUT in Salley, S.C. Every year 50,000 people gather to celebrate ..... fried hog intestines....
Yeppers, ladies and gentleman, it's the Southern version of haggis, yet more disturbiing. Proof positive that our historic ancestors used EVERY part of the pig except the squeal. I tried some...they actually weren't bad, but the chitlin cooking smell hangs in your clothes and in retrospect, that nice pile of sliced turkey cryin' out "Fricasee me!" might not be all bad...

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