Thanksgiving is all done and the fridge is full of leftovers. For many this weekend means pulling out the Christmas decorations and purchasing a beautiful tree or putting up the artificial one that you already own. For me, well we have a really beautiful artificial that we will use. I love the real thing, but with a little one running around and 2 dogs, a real one sometimes is just not realistic, so out comes the fake one. That's ok though, we love it.
As we start to decorate, the thought comes to mind about what will go under the tree. Yes, the little one has all sorts of "I want that", pointing to the wish book he got from the local big box store. He has to make his list and get ready to write his letter to Santa. And of course all the commercials on TV that he sees are all "I want that" sort of things.
While you are decorating that tree, you smell the smells of the season on the stove. I have the perfect recipe for you to use up all those leftovers from Thanksgiving. But first, you must take a look at the recipe that could be under the tree if you pay close attention to the details of the little world about you.
The following recipe is for the man in the house. Of course we can't forget about him if we expect these recipes to come together properly.