It is the day after thanksgiving. We had a great time with family in Connecticut and don’t have to cook the chicken in the freezer or make black beans because WE BROUGHT HOME LEFTOVERS. Now, many of you actually cooked yesterday. That means if folks did not take all the meat off your turkey you still have some plus those bones.
So, since I have not created a blog post on this site in a while and want to prevent the spammers from takeing over I decided to post some leftover recipes. So, if you can break yourself away from the TV marathons, and Black Friday Sales here are a few for you to consider.
Do you have some you want to share?
When I was young, only yesterday, I never thought about using a bread warmer. You know , something to keep my bread always ready to melt the butter regardless of how long we sat at the table. I always put it back in the oven or nano seconds in the microwave and hoped it would not get hard.
Today I opened a package that had my new cooking toy. It is a Bread Warmer on a Terracotta warming tile. Terracotta, Terra cotta or Terra-cotta (Italian: “baked earth”, is from the Latin terra cocta) is a clay-based unglazed ceramic. Without getting super technical I found out that Terracotta holds heat a long time so my buns on top of a terracotta stone will keep them toasty and tasty for a long time.
Now I plan to do more gluten free cooking for myself and wonderful traditional rolls for hubby and guests. So I am looking forward to using this beautiful basket on my dinner table from the folks at Crabby Nook.
This is a great gift for yourself or anyone who loves to put pretty things on their table plus smiles on the faces of everyone at the table. You put this stone in the oven then place it in the round basket under that decorative towel that will hold your buns. So click this link if you want to order a beautiful Bread Warmer for your buns. Enjoy!