This is one of my favorite cook books. I’ve had it for years and it’s pages are caked with crumbs and food stains, which, to me, is the sign of a well loved cook book.
This weekend, I’ll be making some wonderfully wintery dishes to try out, including mushroom risotto, roasted asparagus with bread crumbs, and a beef dish which has yet to be decided.
Hopefully all turns out well and I’ll have some tasty pictures to post this weekend for all you little foodies out there.
Have too many leftovers and not enough ways to eat them? Here’s an idea: put your leftovers into biscuit dough! They’re great for a quick and easy lunch or a big snack, and great for little eaters. If you don’t want to make your own dough, you can very easily use biscuit dough that is available at the grocery store, like Pillsbury Grands. Just flatten out the dough, chop up your ingredients like turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, etc, mix everything (except the dough, obviously) together in a bowl, and put one or two spoonfuls of your thanksgiving glory into the dough, fold and pinch the edges to make a pocket, and bake at 400 degrees for around 15 minutes. You can freeze these, too, if you’re worried that your lovely leftovers won’t be consumed before they go bad.