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Saturday, November 29, 2008

snickety snack



After a big festive meal like we just had the fridge is packed with all kinds of things that need to be deciphered. Some of these things will re-emerge in some transformed way while others get reheated and eaten as is, then there are the things that get added to the leftovers and snacking begins.



First off this is for you krakilette, I found your cheese - or at least the one I can get here. Its strong, its good and I like it.



Then there is tutti-frutti popcorn. Kind of a good symbol for our civilization - multi colored but they all pop the same.



Even good crusty bread is like a blank canvas.



Ready for some olives, goat brie, pear tomatoes, olive oil?
What do you do AFTER?

32 comments:

The Blonde Duck said...

That bread is gorgeous!

doggybloggy said...

TBD: it is pretty loaf and how I would love to say I made it I did not- NYC is so full of great bakeries that making bread is just a silly hobby of mine...a hobby I dont do often!

Chef E said...

...as you still dangle your last bread blog over my head...how do you stay so snickety slim...

Micky-T said...

What do I do after, you ask?

You might not let me come back if I tell you the truth, and I so love looking at food that I can dream of having the oportunity to eat.

I reach in the fridge, grab the bag of turkey meat and stick my hand in....and eat! Oh, a couple of times I reheated the stuffing with a few pieces of dark meat on top.

doggybloggy said...

chef e: excercisedy pain - but not as ofenity often as I shouldity should.

micky t: I do the same thing when its only me around...and I get caught often cause its never only me around and I get told about my dirty hands - see - you knew the truth already.

Mary R said...

What do you do? Leave nasty comments on other people's blogs while pretending to be holier than thou on your own blog.

Anonymous said...

Heck, Mary R beat me to it. Where do you come off so high and mighty?

TavoLini said...

Happy Thanksgiving!!

What to do after? I tried to talk Tavo into waddling down the beach of Lake Huron, but he couldn't deal with the frosty weather :) Luckily, we both could handle having a beer and dancing later on!

doggybloggy said...

mary r: from where I sit it looks like this...you should come and sit over here

anonymous: dont worry I'll be back over by you in a minute

tavolini: he is a warm weather creature - of comfort...its his thing I guess...

Marjie said...

Well, my 46 pounds of turkey was gone in under 46 hours, so I cooked steak. There's still a little bit of cake and one pie, so the kids will snack on that tonight and tomorrow. I personally just want veggies, fruits and non-sweet stuff.

Anette said...

How great you actually found the American version of Norway's National Treasure! (next to red woolen hats and all that) Have you got a proper cheese grater like the one on the packet? If not, I'll send you one for Christmas! I've got some connections with Santa, since lets face it, he comes from around here!

Since there hasn't been a Thanksgiving feast here, there is no turkey leftovers in my fridge to snack on I'm afraid..

Beth said...

I could think of a few things to do afterwards,....

buffalodick said...

Looking good! I'm baking some bread today, to go with a simple spaghetti- Turkey soup with wild rice tomorrow to end the bird leftovers!

jb said...

The food looks great and I can attest to how delicious it was. Yeah, stop coming off all "holier than thou" by making really good dishes & posting them. How dare you!

doggybloggy said...

marjie: wow thats a boat load of turkey - how many pounds of steak did you cook up?

anette: yes I have one of those slicers - I will take another picture to show you...

beth: you and me both!

buff: sounds great- how did or is the jerky turning out?

jb: right? holier than how?

Raisin Girl said...

We never get leftovers after Thanksgiving because we go out of town for the dinner. We return on the same night, so we never get to eat cold turkey sandwiches. I miss that. Cold turkey on fresh white bread....yum

Chef E said...

How Snickety Wickety of Mary R...

doggybloggy said...

raisin girl: I like hot open face sandwiches on toasted white bread myself..

chef e: ah who cares....it would mean more if mary r was a real person...

Mandi said...

oops meant to comment here, but commented on your previous post - so sorry, you will have to go look......

Urban Vegan said...

You're obsessed with goat cheese, and now, I'm obsessed with guava cheese. Lovely photos, Dog.

Emily said...

That bread is absolutely perfect!

Just telling it like it is said...

That looks so savory...That bread made my mouth water...mmmmm

doggybloggy said...

mandi: I looked and I didnt get it at first but I do now

Urban V: thanks and I am also a big fan of the guava cheese

emily: it is a pretty loaf..

just telling: you could read the phone book and I would get 'ideas'

Jesse said...

I adore that cheese! I just found it at my own grocery store recently and am so excited we can get it here now! Yummy snacks!

Mandi said...

Clarification as requested:

In your previous post you said:

mandi: I feel like I stalk you....

???????

Your turn to clarify.....hee hee

Mandi said...

I read your comment above after I commented above - is that confusing or what????

So maybe no clarification is necessary............

doggybloggy said...

jesse: it is so good isnt it? sweet while not over sweet...mmmmm

mandi: yup I figured it out!

Bina said...

I don't know what kind of soup that is at the top, but with as cold as it is outside, I would LOVE to have some!

Anette said...

Try the brown cheese on crisp bread, crackers, fresh bread ,(like the one you have in your picture), waffles (thats a winner) or even tortillas. Another tip is to put some in your gravy, I always do, and it goes very well!

Spin said...

Turkey Sandwiches, Turkey soup.......turkey turkey,........

Chrystal said...

Love to repurpose leftovers. Ham and corn makes great stocks for or additions to soup. Turkey goes great in a makeshift potpie! Stuffing/dressing is the best layer of goodness on a roasted veggie sandwich. There's nothing better than leftovers!

Michelle said...

love your popcorn analogy

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