When you get home from Black Friday shopping, finish your nap and realize you forgot to eat lunch, those Thanksgiving leftovers can start looking pretty good. If you are tired of the same old turkey sandwich leftovers, why not jazz it up a little bit with a new Thanksgiving leftovers recipe. Sure you can search through a cookbook or call your mom to find out what to do with the extra cranberry sauce and stuffing, but who has time for that? There are easier ways to find recipes for your leftovers, like searching online. Here are a few places to start.
YouTube is a great place to find some unique and tasty recipes for your Thanksgiving leftovers and you can even get a tutorial for making the dishes. YouTube might not be the first place you think of when it comes to finding recipes, but you can't go wrong with the variety available there. If you are feeling brave, you can even make a video of yourself making one of your own favorite Thanksgiving leftovers recipes.
Almost everyone has a Pinterest account these days and if you don't well now is the time to get one. Especially, if you want to find some easy, affordable and delicious Thanksgiving leftovers recipes. If you find something good you might want to add it to your board so you can use it again next year or maybe even share it on Facebook and Twitter so your friends can try it too.
You will probably already be using Twitter to talk about the good deals you got on your shopping trip or to vent about your in-laws, so you might as well use it to find some recipes as well. You are sure to find a friend who is sharing their favorite Thanksgiving leftovers meal or if you create something tasty and interesting, tweet about it and start your foodie following.
— Isabel Foodie (@familyfoodie) November 25, 2013
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