Thanksgiving Pot Pie

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Okay, it’s not done yet, but I layered Thanksgiving in a pot pie. Sure it’s been done before, but I ain’t got time for interwebs. What I have is a lotta leftovers.

A turkey stock milky gravy, frozen peas, carrots, leftover roast yams, some leftover mashed pots, leftover turkey chopped that is all covered with leftover stuffing will hopefully make for a warming dinner tonight. Only time will tell.

I’ll let you know if it sucks.

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One Branch for Leftover Chili

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Do you have leftover chili? Yes
Do you have eggs? Yes

Get that chili bubbling, then fry up them eggs.
Note: that is a man thumb. This is Brent’s recipe and as such fried his own damn eggs.

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After, pour some chili on top ( I feel a Def Leppard song coming on ) Should you have some cheese and a dollop of fat creme fraiche, your dish just got pimped.

Cafe Goya Memorial, he calls it. I know nothing about this Sydney cafe, but I do know this: fried eggs covered in chili are very yummy.

Fridge Snapshot

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Foie Gras fat
Duck fat
Lard
Bacon fat
Foie Gras in a pot made by Lucy
Foie Gras in a pot made by Olivia

Vivace coffee beans ( from Seattle )
Pyrenees Mountain cheese from a dude named Alain

Buerre Cru ( unpasturised butter )
Grassfed Jersey butter. Cru.
Pickles
Black olives

Pot au Feu ( with tasteless Blonde ) found in the freezer
Creamed Tuna ( leftover from lunch )
Beef surprise. Surprise! It tastes like beef!

Last batch of cookie dough ( with Einkorn flour, coconut, splash of oats and chocolate chunks )
Pumpkin purée from Otto’s pumpkin. Locked and loaded for pumpkin pie ( cue lard )