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    Dec 03, 2007


    What are the "Turkey Buns" mentioned in the Kitchen Savvy article above?
    It's family shorthand for sandwiches made with dinner rolls and leftover turkey. Optional ingredients are stuffing, cranberry sauce, mayo, etc.

    Personally, I like them more than the big turkey dinner.


    Hi I cooked my turkey on Wednesday, I'd like to make turkey salad with remaining turkey. I have a general rule of 3 days for any leftovers in my house. Discard anything after 3 days.. usually not much leftovers as there are 2 boys & a grown man in my house :-)

    how long before refrigerated turkey carcass is no good for making stock?

    I read your answer regarding how long turkey is safe to keep. Does this same time frame apply to store roasted turkey breast sold sliced in their deli section? I have some leftover turkey that I bought 11 days ago from Price Chopper and it smells fine and looks okay to me. Is turkey sold this way preserved in any way to make it keep longer? This is not the usual processed stuff that you can get. Thank you for a quick response.
    Don't eat it! Dave


    I cooked a prime rib roast 4 days ago and stored the leftovers with the gravy in the fridge. Is it okay to re-heat? is it safe?

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