Making the most of Thanksgiving leftovers

Eliza Mills Nov 25, 2016
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Bird Flu has affected the turkey supply, but not as much for Thanksgiving turkeys. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Making the most of Thanksgiving leftovers

Eliza Mills Nov 25, 2016
Bird Flu has affected the turkey supply, but not as much for Thanksgiving turkeys. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images
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Thanksgiving is one of those rare occasions where many people plan for leftovers.  But while some are content with a sandwich, there are ways to be more creative with turkey.

Chef Melissa King, a former Top Chef finalist who now works as a chef ambassador with Whole Foods, joined Marketplace Weekend to talk turkey — and to discuss bringing the Thanksgiving approach to leftovers and reuse to every day meals. 

Tune in to the audio player above to hear the full segment and learn how to make Cantonese turkey-broth porridge. 

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