Alright pals, I have reviewed your entries, all of which look delectable. If I had participation trophies to distribute, you would each receive one. But of course, we can only have one Thanksgiving Leftover Sandwich champion.
Here’s something I never expected to write: Old Tupperware commercials are mesmerizing, brilliant, and strangely convincing. Dips keep dippier! Hams keep hammier! My God!
It’s National Sandwich Day, and while that might be a fake holiday, given that every day is technically a sandwich day, it’s certainly one worth celebrating—that is, if you have the right accoutrement to do so.
This is a new, semi-regular cooking column by Jean Grae. We haven’t come up with a name yet because we’re busy playing Fridge Tetris.
Over the holidays, a pair of rapscalliony internet jokesters tricked a handful of local TV morning shows into booking a fake chef who made disgusting gastronomical concoctions. Hilarity ensued.
Who amongst us hasn't drunkenly indulged in a stranger's leftover beverages? Only me? Okay!
Ellen knows exactly what you should do with your Thanksgiving leftovers because Ellen has all the answers. Enjoy the rest of your Friday and prematurely congratulate yourself on once again waiting until the last minute to do your holiday shopping, like a winner.
If you hosted Thanksgiving dinner last night, or if you're staying with someone who did, you're probably faced with a fridge-full of delicious and less-delicious foodstuffs. What's your plan of attack?