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I put a whole bunch of leftovers from the fridge into the soup, added some greens and carrot for my daughter. She heard me saying it on the video, so it was no secret anymore. The OMNI blender performs marvelous, cutting through all ingredients. It takes about 5 minutes+ to heat up the soup in the blender
An easy and economic way to make the most of your food purchases is to take advantage of those beloved leftovers! There are a ton of options for stretching those leftover ingredients into other delicious meals. Here are a few suggestions: Use leftover chicken or vegetables to create a quick chicken soup.Use leftover chicken for chicken tacos, chicken salad sandwiches, chicken burritos. Turn day old bread into a bread pudding or croutons for a salad, or breadcrumbs for topping casseroles.Transform leftover vegetables into salads or stir-fries.Shred leftover potatoes for morning hash browns or even latkes.
Leftover meals are great for making a soup. Why don't you try making one for yourself. Full direction and recipe can be found at collegecooking.cz.cc
Since it is the Holidays I thought that it would be an excellent time to share with you all a few good meal ideas from your leftover turkey and/ or ham. Hope that you enjoy. If you would like to see a video on any of the listed ideas or have a copy of the recipe let me know and I will provide you with it. Hope you enjoy and God Bless.
If you want to know what do with your left over turkey meat besides make turkey sandwiches, you can make turkey soup with john!
During the holidays, turkey is the food that just keeps on giving. Here are five way to break out of the leftover turkey rut, from enchiladas to soup.
A Thank You video to all the great fans we met on the UK tour with Bowling For Soup! "Party Til We Die" The Leftovers w/Brett Anderson from The Donnas from The Leftovers - Eager To Please. - created at animoto.com
The Leftovers performing Can't Stop in Birmingham on the Party in your Pants Tour 2009.
Now that Thanksgiving is over, put them leftovers to good use with this quick soup! So easy, a noob could do it! This also works well with chicken leftovers, and even if your turkey came out dry this year, this soup will liven it up!
Before you toss out those bones, find out what the glycosaminoglycans in every turkey carcass can do for your aching feet...and all your connective tissues!
In this video, Betty demonstrates how to use some of your leftover Thanksgiving turkey to make some tasty Turkey and Dumplings. You may use this with freshly cooked turkey or chicken or in canned form, if you dont have leftover turkey on hand. This is a great comfort food in the South, and is good any time of the year, but particularly when you dont want to reheat leftovers from your holiday feast! Ingredients: for dumplings: 2 cups baking mix (I used Bisquick.) 2/3 cup milk ¼ teaspoon poultry seasoning, optional (I used ½ teaspoon poultry seasoning, and my husband and I both think less would be better, or you can just omit it.) for turkey ( or chicken) stew: 10.75 oz. can condensed cream of celery soup 32 oz. chicken broth (Use more, if you want the dumpling gravy to be thinner, and definitely add more when reheating the dumplings for a second meal.) 2 cups leftover turkey or chicken, chopped into cubes In a medium-sized bowl, mix 2 cups baking mix, ¼ teaspoon poultry seasoning, and 2/3 cup milk. Stir until combined, and set aside. To prepare your stew, use a large Dutch oven or large pot, and add a 10.75 oz. can of cream of celery soup and 32 oz. of chicken broth. Stir until combined. Place the broth mixture over low heat and bring it to a boil. Drop dumpling mixture by teaspoonfuls into boiling broth mixture. Cook over low heat for 5 minutes. Cover the pot with a lid and cook for an additional 5 minutes. Check the dumplings with a fork to see if they are done. When the ...
Not sure what to do with all those Thanksgiving Leftovers? Tamra Davis shows us how to put a delicious spin on all that holiday surplus. Stuffed crab cake salad with potato leek soup anyone?Special Guest: Rebecca Lando from Working Class Foodies Hungry Nation's 'Tamra Davis Cooking Show' features great recipes for cooking delicious meals and food for your family. Tamra is a real Mom cooking real food. New episodes every Tuesday. Website: www.hungrynation.tv Twitter www.twitter.com
Leftover turkey pot pie ½ stick butter 1 large sweet onion 1 cup chopped potatoes 1 cup cooked cranberries ½ cup fried okra ½ cup carrots ½ cup corn 1 cup stuffing 5 cups leftover turkey 2 cans cream of broccoli soup 1 cup of water 1 tablespoon sage Salt/pepper to taste 1 box Pillsbury Pie Crust 1 egg Put butter in a large pot and add finely chopped onion. Saute until translucent. Add chopped potatoes, drained cranberries, fried okra, carrots, corn, stuffing, turkey, soup and spices. Let simmer for 30-45 minutes until flavors and spices are blended well and potatoes are soft. Take pot off stove and let cool. Unroll one of the pie crusts and place in a deep-dish pie plate and fill with turkey mixture to just below the rim. (You could also try making individual pot pies.) Cut the second crust into 1-inch strips and weave into a pie topping on top of filling in pie plate. Bake at 325degrees for 35 minutes until crust is a golden brown. Cool and serve.
How to make a delicious soup using leftover (or fresh) Brussels sprouts, bacon and butter beans. Perfect for Boxing day....or any other day! Can be easily adpated to make a vegetarian soup too.
In this video, Betty demonstrates how to make Keeneland Kentucky Burgoo Soup. Burgoo traditionally has about 5 or 6 meats and a dozen vegetables, so this is a very toned-down version of burgoo from Chef Ed (of Turf Catering) that I think you will enjoy. This is the soup that Rick ordered when we took our recent trip to the Keeneland Horse Race Track and had lunch in the Equestrian Room. Rick loved it! This version of burgoo does not have nearly as many ingredients as traditional Kentucky burgoo, but it tastes wonderful, and is much easier to make! Note: I tried to make just half of the recipe below. (In some cases I used more than half, plus I added canned whole kernel corn and 2 teaspoons salt, and I used full strength on the herbs. Burgoo is quite flexible and variable, so feel free to play around with the recipe; burgoo is something you can't go wrong by adding something you like or omitting ingredients you dont like! You will need a large pot or large crock pot for this recipe!) Ingredients: 1 cup diced celery 1 cup diced carrot 1 cup diced onion 3 pounds stew meat (I used cubed round steak, in order to have less fatty beef.) 12 oz. can tomato puree 2 pounds fresh okra, sliced (I used a 12-oz. package frozen sliced okra.) 1 tablespoon beef base (I used 1 beef bouillon cube.) 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce 1 cup sherry wine 3 pounds diced potatoes 1 teaspoon ground thyme 1 teaspoon dry sage 1 teaspoon garlic powder 1 teaspoon dry oregano water (as needed) cornstarch ...
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The Leftovers play "Ohio" with Bowling for Soup on their last day of the Party in Your Pants tour. London! 10/29/09
Live at bornmouth, on the 28th of october 2009 with Avril Lavigne ;D
The Leftovers supporting Bowling For Soup at Exeter Great Hall (University) UK, 26th October 09. Really funky band... well i danced :)
The Leftovers on the Party In Your Pants tour.. opening with their song "Untouchable", LIVE in Bournemouth England!
Part of the Party in your pants tour. This was one of the highlights of the whole thing if you ask me :] enjoy. If you were there add me on facebook.com/sonicjerk
Notice our opening theme song "Shrimp Shack" by Captain Geech and the Shrimp Shack Shooters from the That Thing You Do soundtrack! Margate stop on the Party in Your Pants tour... fun times!!
Bowling For Soup, The Leftovers, Zebrahead and MC Lars ft Failsafe. Video compilation of their show at the Margate Winter Gardens on October 21st, 2009. Margate definitely showed the world how to party that night and it was a great show full of energy and crazyness (like all BFS shows are). Thank you to everybody that attended. If you haven't seen the tour already, or won't be seeing one of the later dates then YOU SUCK! Come celebrate 15 years of Bowling For Soup in style with my homie MC Lars and our buddies The Leftovers / Zebrahead. If you don't you'll be missing out on something special. Thought I'd make this compilation video to show you what you'll miss if you don't go!! If you go and want to help spread the word to make sure everybody else has a great time like this don't forget to join the BFS Street Team at bfsarmy.com or the lars street team over at worst-decision.com bowlingforsoup.com mclars.com zebrahead.com theleftoversband.com worst-decision.com SETLIST FOR MARGATE SETLIST: bitch song im gay almost my wena ohio (featuring the leftovers) no hablo ingles two seater high school never ends if only last rock show punk rock 101 hot n cold when we die hooray for beer girl all the bad guys want a really cool dance song ENCORE: 1985
Leftovers performing at Bowling for Soup Party In Your Pants Tour 2009
Party in Your Pants tour! The Leftovers preform "Ohio" with Bowling For Soup in Dublin!
This week Jim from Failsafe and I talk about how hardcore punk has influenced underground hip-hop. We're coming from live backstage at the Cambridge Corn Exchange from our UK tour with Bowling for Soup, Zebrahead and the Leftovers. Oct 21 2009 Margate, England Margate Winter Gardens Oct 22 2009 Birmingham, England O2 Academy Birmingham Oct 23 2009 Sheffield, England O2 Academy Sheffield Oct 24 2009 Leicester, England De Montfort Hall Oct 25 2009 Manchester, England Manchester Academy Oct 26 2009 Exeter, England Exeter University The Great Hall Exeter Oct 27 2009 Portsmouth, England Wedgewood Rooms (one off with Last Letter Read) Oct 28 2009 Bournemouth, England The Opera House Oct 29 2009 London, England The Roundhouse
Hanging out with Sebby Zatopek under tesco in London! He is hooking us up with all our guitar heads for this tour! Awesome!!!!
On the Plane to London England! We eat! We Drink! We're Excited!
There is nothing better than a delectable Thanksgiving turkey dinner, but with a little creativity and the help of this video your leftovers may come close! ©2009 Hormel Foods Corporation
I'm not a cook, I just like to cook. I made this last night and it came out really good so I though I would share my recipe. This is a recipe that I came up with. I hope you like it.
We have a unique way of pressure canning our soups to make sure each quart is the same. Nothing's like opening a canned jar of "summer" in the cold of winter. We hot-packed the sesasoned broth; however, we didn't pre-cook the veges because they would be pressure canned for so long. Veges can be blanched; Chicken was pre-cooked. Finished product tastes marvelous; the vibrant colors dull somewhat with the canning (cooking), as expected. I'll be posting a video of our entire canned collection for the winter as well as where we store it. We can all sorts of things from peanut butter to Thanksgiving turkey leftovers and broth. :-)
The biggest pop-punk band at the moment. The Leftovers come to you from Portland, Maine with there own version of pop-punk that combines poppy punk sounds influenced by The Ramones, Beach Boys, and Rubinoos. "Eager to Please" is the name of there newest album and proves to be the poppy soundtrack of this summer. If there ever was a pop-punk band to make it big, this is it! www.myspace.com/theleftovers
In this video, Betty demonstrates how to make her husband's favorite chicken noodle soup. It's hearty, but not heavy in fat and calories. It makes a nice lunch, but can be used as a complete dinner! Ingredients: 2 chicken breast halves, cooked and chunked (This may be leftover chicken, or you may cook fresh breasts in 2 tablespoons butter or margarine on top of stove, and chop it up.) 2 tablespoons butter or margarine (for vegetables) 1 cup chopped onion 1 cup chopped carrots 1/2 cup chopped celery 2 cans (about 14 oz. to 15 oz. each) chicken broth 1 1/2 cups medium-sized egg noodles, uncooked salt and pepper to taste Melt 2 tablespoons of butter or margarine in a large saucepan over medium heat. Add 1 cup chopped onion, 1 cup chopped carrots, and 1/2 cup chopped celery. Saute for about 10 minutes, until the onions and celery are clear, and the carrots are soft. Add the chunked chicken, and season with salt and pepper to taste. Transfer the chicken/vegetable mixture to a medium to large pot. Add 2 cans of chicken broth, and 1 1/2 cups of uncooked noodles. Place over medium heat, and bring to a boil. Reduce heat to low, cover pot with a lid, and simmer about 15 minutes, until the noodles are cooked through and all the flavors are blended. Ladle soup into individual serving bowls. Serve with saltine crackers. Guaranteed to make you feel better, if you are feeling under the weather!
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Eating Tacos with Jaret from Bowling For Soup!
tinfoilchef.com Turkey gravy soup is a great way to use leftovers from a turkey dinner, especially when you're getting tired of turkey sandwiches. This video was brought to you in part by http . .
www.chow.com Open cans of tomato paste are a modern scourge for CHOW Kitchen Editorial Assistant Amy Wisniewski. She's solution-oriented, though She portions out and freezes the leftovers, then defrosts the tablespoon-size blobs the next time she needs some tomato paste.
In this video, Betty demonstrates how to make her terrific Turkey Pot Pie from her Leftover Crock Pot Roast Turkey Beast with Gravy recipe. Betty demonstrates that with 3 pounds of turkey breast, you can have three complete dinners: tender sliced turkey breast with gravy, cornbread-sage dressing, and Blakemore peas; bubbling turkey pot pie in crust, and turkey-vegetable stew (or soup)! Ingredients: 1 pound cooked leftover turkey breast, cubed (about 2 cups) 1 cup leftover turkey gravy (or prepare a packaged mix of turkey gravy) 14.5 oz. can chicken broth 2 tablespoons cornstarch (In the video I mistakenly said 2 teaspoons. It is 2 tablespoons.) 15 oz. can mixed vegetables, drained 1 unbaked 9-inch deep-dish pie crust, thawed 1 round of prepared pie crust for top of pot pie (You can find this at your grocery store already made, or you can make it yourself--see Betty's Basic Pie Crust Making) Freshly ground pepper, to taste In a medium pot, combine 14.5 oz. chicken broth with 2 tablespoons cornstarch. Turn on the heat and cook, stirring constantly until translucent. Add in 1 pound leftover cubed turkey and 1 cup leftover turkey gravy. Stir until combined, and then add 15 oz. canned mixed vegetables. Cook this mixture until the turkey, gravy, and vegetables are bubbly and heated through. If the mixture is thicker than you like, add more chicken broth. If it seems too thin, mix a small amount of cornstarch with chicken broth and quickly stir it into the cooking turkey pot pie ...
In this video, Betty shares her secrets of making fabulous beef stew from leftover roast beef from the night before. Always better the second time around! Ingredients: 1 pound (approximately) leftover roast beef, cut into 3/4-inch cubes gravy leftover from making roast beef (Or, use a packet of instant gravy mix; use package instructions.) 2 medium to large uncooked baking potatoes 1/4 pound raw mini carrots 1 large onion, coarse-chopped) 1 can beef consomme condensed soup 1 can beef broth condensed soup 4 oz. (half of and 8 oz. can) tomato sauce 2 cups water Peel 2 potatoes and chop them coarsely, and let them sit in water in a medium-sized pot until needed. When ready to assembly your beef stew, drain the water off the potatoes, add 1/4 pound mini carrots, and 1 chopped onion to the pot of potatoes. Next, add 1 can of beef consomme condensed soup and 1 can of beef broth condensed soup. Mix the vegetables and soups, and place the pot over heat. Cook for 25 minutes, until the vegetables are done, but not mushy. While the vegetables are cooking in the soups, prepare your beef and gravy mixture. Combine the leftover cubed beef, the leftover gravy, 1/2 can tomato sauce, and 1 cup water in a large pot and mix well. Place the pot over heat and cook to boiling. Turn the meat mixture off, and wait for the vegetables to complete cooking. When the vegetables are done, drain the broth through a colander, and set aside for some other purpose--It will not be used in the stew. Pour ...
Here in Southern California, Mexican food is as common as burgers and fries. But for a really authentic Mexican restaurant, head to Olvera Street in Downtown Los Angeles. During my visit to Olvera Street, I enjoyed some great Mexican recipes, from the crunchy beef taquitos at Cielito Lindo, to the soft carne asada tacos at La Noche Buena. I ended my visit with some homemade churros, dusted in cinnamon and sugar. They're the ultimate portable dessert! One of the dishes I enjoyed most was tortilla soup which can be made several ways. Today we are making Chicken Tortilla Soup. Now let's get started on this easy tortilla soup recipe. If you have leftover chicken or leftover turkey making mexican tortilla soup is a great way to use up your leftovers for a second meal. After roasting a chicken (and eating most of it), I've still got plenty of great meat I can peel off. Make sure you only get the meat. You don't want any chicken fat, which does not have much flavor. Cut into bite size pieces. You'll want roughly 2 cups of diced chicken. After I dice up the cooked chicken it's time to get the rest of the ingredients together. Here is the recipe: 2 cups diced cooked chicken 2 tablespoons butter 2 celery stalks, sliced 2 carrots, sliced Half an onion, chopped Small bunch of cilantro leaves, roughly chopped 2 cloves garlic, minced 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper 1/2 teaspoon dried oregano 1 tablespoon ground cumin 1 tablespoon ground chili powder 15 ounce can tomato sauce 2 quarts ...
A soup recipe I devised out of leftovers in the fridge
Turn mealtime odds and ends into a hearty—and tasty—soup.
Making Turkey Soup in a Pressure Cooker using a gorillapod and a canon s5 camera and a pentax w60 underwater camera. Not that I dunk the camera in the soup, maybe next time.
Chef Ray Wirtz of mccormick and Schmick's offers advice for making turkey soup using Thanksgiving leftovers.
This simple, 35-minute recipe from Cooking Light magazine gives turkey leftovers a fresh start in soul-satisfying soup. Get the full recipe at myrecipes.com tinyurl.com
Learn how to dice onions to make Thanksgiving turkey soup in this free cooking video with turkey leftover recipes. Expert: Brandon Sarkis Bio: Brandon Sarkis has been a professional chef for more than 12 years, and he has worked in Austin, Texas, Columbus, Ohio, and Atlanta, Ga. Filmmaker: brandon sarkis
Learn how to split the turkey carcass to make Thanksgiving turkey soup in this free cooking video with turkey leftover recipes. Expert: Brandon Sarkis Bio: Brandon Sarkis has been a professional chef for more than 12 years, and he has worked in Austin, Texas, Columbus, Ohio, and Atlanta, Ga. Filmmaker: brandon sarkis
Learn how to serve Thanksgiving turkey soup in this free cooking video with turkey leftover recipes. Expert: Brandon Sarkis Bio: Brandon Sarkis has been a professional chef for more than 12 years, and he has worked in Austin, Texas, Columbus, Ohio, and Atlanta, Ga. Filmmaker: brandon sarkis
Learn the basic ingredients needed to make Thanksgiving turkey soup; find them all in this free cooking video. Expert: Brandon Sarkis Bio: Brandon Sarkis has been a professional chef for more than 12 years, and he has worked in Austin, Texas, Columbus, Ohio, and Atlanta, Ga. Filmmaker: brandon sarkis