Thanksgiving leftover ideas


Thanksgiving leftovers can bring about a myriad of leftover dishes; here are Evite's suggestions!

1.  Shepherd's Pie - Combine turkey, mashed potatoes & gravy, and veggies into a casserole dish, cook and serve.

2.  Turkey & Cranberry Sandwich

3.  Turkey & Corn Chowder Soup

4.  Turkey Fried Rice - Fry refrigerated rice, add leftover turkey & vegetables, scramble in eggs and serve.

5.  Turkey Pot Pie

6.  Turkey Enchiladas

7.  Turkey Hash - Saute chopped onions, potatoes, parsley, and turkey in oil or margarine. Add seasoning and start your day with a hardy breakfast. 



Fun Facts about Thank Giving:


- One in four Americans breaks their diets on Thanksgiving.

- Benjamin Franklin wanted to make the wild turkey the national bird of the United States.

- On a quiet night, you can hear a turkey gobbling from a mile away.

- Thanksgiving was celebrated on the last Thursday of November until 1941 when President Roosevelt signed the bill to move it ahead one week.

- About 280 million turkeys are raised and sold for Thanksgiving celebrations.

- Israel has the highest consumption of turkey per capitia at 26 lbs per year while Americans consume 17 lbs per year.

- Turducken (turkey/duck/chicken) is a new version of the classic turkey with duck and chicken layered inside.

- 93% of Americans eat turkey on Thanksgiving Day.

- New York was the first state to celebrate Thanksgiving.


Last minute costume ideas:


Movie Characters

Neo & Trinity of the Matrix

Pirates of the Caribbean characters

X-Men characters

Velma Kelly, Billy Flynn & Roxy Hart of Chicago

Charlie's Angels

Hobbits, Elves and Wizards from Lord of the Rings

The Sopranos, gals of Sex & the City, Seinfeld, Friends and Simpsons


Movie Stars

Demi Moore & Ashton Kutcher

Nick Lachey & Jessica Simpson

Ben and J-Lo

Justin Timberlake and Cameron Diaz

50 Cent and Eminem

Britney Spears, Madonna and Christina Aguilera at the MTV Movie Awards

Arnold Schwarzenegger as the Terminator, no make that Governor of California