The Eight Best Ways to use Turkey Dinner Leftovers

My top seven meal ideas for using your holiday dinner leftovers. From brussels sprouts au gratin to BBQ chili nachos I’ve got tasty, fast creative ideas for your leftover turkey.

The turkey, cranberry and brie melts are sure to please the foodies in every family.

My leftover brussels sprouts au gratin is made in a glass casserole dish or pie plate with a bottom base of chopped sprouts followed by a light dusting of grated parmesan cheese. Next we layer chopped turkey, mashed potatoes, onions and cheese onto the sprouts. We top the dish with green onions and ham for a colorful finish that provides a wonderful flavor palate and texture.

Maxipad Madness

A compilation on how to use pads in least expected ways during your average day. Cleaning, disposable cold compress, ultra absorption and more.

Spice-cubes

What to do with your fresh spices before they spoil or rot in the fridge. Try making spice-cubes next time fresh spices are on sale, the bundles are large at the farmers market or yours are close to going off.

Recipe: Bits and Bites

A cheerio and chex based bits and bites recipe for a sweet and savoury snack that hits the spot.

Info on how to make it gluten free is at the bottom of the post.

Food safety: Washing poultry

If you are washing your poultry before cooking it you are putting yourself at risk for developing a foodborne illness.
Thanksgiving, Christmas and turkey dinner cooking tips.

Tips and hints to help you deal with IBS

Tips for dealing with IBS from Calgary Registered Dietitian, Emma.

Read further to learn about FODMAPS, treating diarrhea and constipation as well as typical trigger foods for IBS and how to treat your IBS flare-ups.

Recipes and other links for extra information are provided.

The DIET in Dietitian

In terms of human nutrition the word diet refers to the total amount of foods (and beverages) consumed by one person. What we hear and see on the internet, TV and from our social environments seems to¬†provide a¬†surreal definition. Nutrition is a science. We are constantly learning more about nutrition, however, some of what we…