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November is here and we focus our thoughts on Thanksgiving. It may be the first time you are cooking the turkey for dinner or maybe you are looking for a new technique to use. We have all the information you need.
When Thanksgiving dinners are cleaned up we typically are left with lots of leftovers and not many want to eat the same thing the next day. So, take the leftovers and make them into something new. There are lots of recipes to rejuvenate your leftovers. Also, the following link includes how to safely store leftovers and how long to leave food out during your family events on Thanksgiving day.
If you have any questions please call the N.C. Cooperative Extension, Alexander County Center at 828-632-3125.