Diigo Bookmarks 12/01/2010

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      Use a Steamer Basket to Reheat Leftover Turkey in Juicy Fashion<br /> All that sliced white and dark stuff in your fridge? The microwave and oven are just waiting to dehydrate it on your second (and third, and fourth) go-rounds. Heat it up with a bit of steam for the best possible leftovers.
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      Kitchen testers extraordinaire Cooks Illustrated offers this simple technique��?simple, at least, if you have the pot and a steaming receptacle just big enough for it:
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      Microwaving or reheating leftover turkey in the oven often dries it out. To keep the meat moist, place slices of leftover turkey in a steamer basket set in a pot of simmering water, then cover the pot with a lid and check it every few minutes. The turkey heats up quickly and stays juicy.<br /> Over at the TrackTalk forum for runners (of all places), we were inspired by one commenters&#8217; idea: substitute the water for chicken or turkey stock/broth instead. You could possibly get nuts and add a small bit of lemon if you really wanted to recreate a fresh, steaming-hot bird experience.
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      What to do with all the potatoes, cranberry sauce, and other stuff? Try these leftover recipes, or simply roast them all into a panade.
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      Turkey Leftovers [Cooks Illustrated]
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