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50 Leftover Turkey Recipes to Try with Your Kids

After the thrill of making the traditional turkey sandwich wears off, avoid turkey fatigue and offer your kids a lesson in variety. You will be inspired by these 50 ways to prepare cooked turkey. Some recipes you may recognize, and some may be totally new approaches for your family.

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8 New Ways to Provide a Meal for Friends

Each time we added another child to our family, our friends brought meals to our home to help with the transition. Adding a new baby to the family can temporarily turn the house upside down and having the privilege of enjoying a ready-made meal was a huge blessing. Now, when the opportunity presents itself,
 our family loves to pass that blessing on to others. Since casseroles are many people’s go-to dish, providing other meals can be a fun break for the family. Here are some ideas that will get you thinking outside the casserole dish.

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Bang Bang Turkey

For those of you who know a little bit about me, I am prone to making recipes just because I love their names. I’m not sure what ‘Bang Bang’ means in this case; it’s not that I actually want to off the turkey. (Except maybe I do. Enough already.)

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Eating Out on the Cheap - Save Big Money on Family Restaurant Dining

Of all of life’s little luxuries, eating out is one
of my family’s favorites. Eating out together
 is a great way to teach young children dining etiquette. Grabbing a quick bite between activity drop-offs can provide valuable face-to-face time when eating at home is not an option. During especially hectic times, eating out can reduce stress and promote family unity. And best of all, eating out can teach kids how to splurge sensibly without blowing an entire budget. 

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