(BPT) - Every year, we face the same question after large holiday dinners: What to do with all the leftovers?
Rita Held, culinary professional and creator of Holland House Cooking Wine recipes, knows that one of the rewards of holiday cooking is leftovers and all their possibilities. "If I'm too busy to make something at the time, my freezer comes in handy," says Held. "I slice up turkey, ham or roast beef and freeze in individual sandwich-size portions, or I dice it into small portions to use in scrambled eggs, omelets, or soups."
This year, keep the party going with a few innovative tips and recipes from Held to take your holiday leftovers from dull to dazzling.
day, another dinner to prepare. Are you having a difficult
time finding easy to prepare meals that can satisfy
your growing family?
You want to give your
family the best, but time is in short supply and
preparing a healthy meal has become a chore. Too often take
out or frozen dinners have to do. Is there a way to combine
healthy eating with convenience?
At this very moment millions of people are asking themselves this
question: "What's for dinner?" Maybe you are hearing yourself asking this
very question yourself.
If you didn't plan ahead you might be thinking of just going to a fast
food place for a bite to eat.
"No, that's not very nutritious. Besides we just did that yesterday."
Maybe a nice sit down restaurant is what you're thinking would be good
"Should we dress up?"
How about getting food delivered to your home.
"Now where's that phone number?"
Maybe you're feeling a bit adventurous and will just head out to the
nearest drive thru to have a teenager hand you a bag.
"No, not today."
Now what? You're hungry.