Two turkeys at Thanksgiving means tons of leftovers. Tons. And with me not really loving the taste of turkey, I had to find ways to disguise it a bit. On Thanksgiving Friday, I made kung pao turkey (recipe here). Sunday we had turkey nachos (I mixed chopped turkey with Mexican chorizo and onions, which I then dolloped on tortilla chips). Tuesday we ate turkey in a more traditional manner with the leftover Thanksgiving sides - Mr Minx had his plain, but I ate mine on a sandwich with Kewpie mayo and cranberry sauce on marble rye. By Wednesday there were still several pounds of the beast left, so I suggested to Mr Minx that he make Turkey Tetrazzini, a casserole of pasta, mushrooms, and Swiss cheese.
It was the perfect comfort food meal for a rainy evening. Nice and creamy, with crispy bread crumbs and chunks of turkey and mushroom. Look at those browned and crispy edges!