26 December 2010 – Turkey over mashed potatoes and bread, with gravy; fresh broccoli; cole slaw

Classic leftovers – excellent slices of turkey still available – heated in a pan with I think butter, placed over fresh mashed potatoes, that over bread (sourdough from Safeway) all topped with the remaining gravy, thinned with a bit of stock made from the turkey bones and tidbits of clinging meat.

We had fresh broccoli, steamed, then tossed in the (emptied) pan with melted butter and salt, and of course the ubiquitous Safeway cole slaw.

We have a lot of wine drinkers at this point, so generally two wines per meal. We started this one with a J. Lohr Chardonnay, which was good but not cold enough. And rather poorly lighted 😉

The other was a Saint-Emilion that D chose at the local county wine store. I believe we really liked this one.

{Written the 30th}

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