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Chef Jim Davis will show you how to use those Thanksgiving leftovers and create some delicious dishes.
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Hi! I am Jim Davis, a chef instructor at Bryan's Kitchen. Today we’re going to be talking about Thanksgiving Leftovers. You know, I don’t know how it is at your house but at our house, there is always lots of food left over at Thanksgiving. That’s the groaning board. The table sags in the middle because we have so much food and the next day we wonder why in the world did we prepare so much. Well, now I am going to tell you why you would prepare so much, that so you can use wonderful leftovers to make wonderful dishes. Today we’re going to prepare a Frittata, a breakfast Frittata with Thanksgiving Leftovers. We’re going to do a Quiche with Thanksgiving Leftovers. We’re going to do Burritos with leftovers and we are going to do a wonderful Shepherd's Pie. The tools we’re going to be using today is a chef's knife, a whisk, a steel bowl, a cutting board and a nonstick skillet. That’s the primary tools we’ll be using. The ingredients that we will be using are all the leftovers from our Thanksgiving table. We’ll have leftover ham and turkey and stuffing, green beans and mashed potatoes and roasted sweet potatoes and cranberry sauce and wonderful turkey gravy. That’s what we’re going to be working with in preparing our four dishes today.
Now we’re going to be using sharp knives and cutting boards and whisks and mixing bowls and all of the other tools of the kitchen. So be careful when you’re going to the kitchen to cook and remember we’re also going to be cooking over open flames and using hot ovens. So just be careful. Exercise caution while you’re cooking in the kitchen. Okay and a little bit about me. I’ve been teaching cooking classes from more than 10 years including the last three years here at Bryan's kitchen. So let's get started cooking with these wonderful Thanksgiving leftovers.