Easy, Yummy Recipes Using Cooked TurkeyWritten by Sherri Allen
Almost every household in America has same problem day after Thanksgiving -- what will you do with all leftover turkey? You could just reheat leftovers and serve them. You could just slice turkey and make cold sandwiches. But this year, after you've eaten plain leftovers and sandwiches and want something with a little more pizzazz, try one of these tasty and easy recipes.
Easiest Turkey Pot-Pie
This pot-pie is very easy and results in a dinner whole family will love. My family is partial to this recipe because they prefer pie crust to biscuit topping that is commonly used in pot-pies. If you don't have frozen soup vegetables, regular mixed vegetables are fine as a substitution.
* 2 cups chopped cooked turkey * 1 16-oz pkg frozen soup vegetables * 1 12-oz jar turkey gravy * 1/4 cup water * 2 refrigerated pie crusts
Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
Combine turkey, vegetables, gravy and water in a mixing bowl. Set aside.
Place one of pie crusts in a 9-inch pie pan. Add turkey mixture. Place remaining pie crust on top. Seal edges of pie crusts. Cut slits in top pie crust to vent.
Arts in Pu-erh makingWritten by Tea Hub
To many Pu-erh lovers, appreciation for Pu-erh goes beyond its wonderful taste. A piece of Pu-erh Bing Cha is a piece of arts work by itself. Things like its outside wrap, inside label, and its shape and tea leaves all suggest level of craftsmanship of its manufacture.
In comparison to regular cotton paper wraps, high quality 100% hand made cotton paper wraps with traditional mold compressed prints not only can provide longer term protection to inside Pu-erh cake, but also are good traditional arts pieces.
Speaking of inside labels, those of Jing Chang Hao Pu-erh are Pu-erh inside label collectors’ sought after items. The inside labels of 40s Jing Chang Hao Pu-erh (www.teahub.com/jingchang.htm)had a beautiful painting of Qing dynasty tea plucking picture.